CASA First Nation Program

CASA's First Nation Program is a partnership with several Edmonton Area First Nation Communities. With our partners, we work to remove community-identified barriers to mental health supports and services for children and families, while providing community-based access to such services. 

The First Nations Team
The First Nations team includes: a Mental Health Therapist; Occupational therapist; and a Child and Youth Mentor. This Multidisciplinary team engages with the communities and other service providers to deliver integrated, holistic Indigenous mental health practice.

The team responds to the needs identified by the families referred to us, and by our First Nation Community partners. 

Who can access service?
Children, youth and families living in or actively connected to the Alexander, Alexis, Paul and Enoch First Nations are eligible for services.

What does it cost?
The services provided by CASA Indigenous Services are publicly funded. There is no additional fee for services.  

How do I refer?
We receive referrals from and work directly with community-based supports and services including health and wellness centres, schools, and programs for infant and preschool children. It is possible for community members to request services themselves.

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CASA Centre - Edmonton
10645 63 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB
T6H 1P7
Phone 780-400-2271
Fax 780-437-6133


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13415A Fort Rd NW
Edmonton, AB
T5A 1C6
Phone 780-410-8180
Fax 780-410-8499

CASA Downtown - Edmonton
406 Peace Hills Trust Tower
10011 109 St NW
Edmonton, Alberta
T5J 3S8

Phone 780-400-2270
Fax 780-415-6050

CASA House - Sherwood Park
9400 Emerald Dr
Sherwood Park, AB 
T8H 0Y5
Phone 780-410-8181
Fax 780-416-4588

CASA respectfully acknowledges that Alberta is located on Treaty 4, 6, 7, and 8 Territory traditional lands - a traditional gathering place for diverse Indigenous peoples, including the Cree, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene, Stoney-Nakota Sioux, Saulteaux, Siksika, the Piikuni, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina, the Stoney-Nakoda First Nations, and many others whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community.