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Workers Compensation Board - COVID-19 Employer Fact Sheet
 
Alberta Health Services - Taking Charge of What You Can - A COVID-19 Toolkit
 
Government of Alberta - Workplace Guidance for Business Owners  
 
AGLC: Q&A: Charitable casino events, raffles and eligible use of charitable gaming proceeds – COVID-19
 

COVID-19 Community Response Fund

 
The Community Response Fund is made available through a partnership with United Way and The Red Deer & District Community Foundation. 
 
Apply here.
 

Mental Health Commission of Canada: Crisis response training programs for essential workers

Mental Health Commission of Canada has recently developed three crisis response training programs for essential workers. We know that throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers may experience depression and heightened anxiety due to the stress on their own health, the health of their family and friends, and the future of their livelihoods. These programs are specifically designed to help provide individuals with the tools and knowledge to better understand their own mental health and the mental health of others.
 
There are three different courses available:
 
Crisis Response training - Caring for Yourself - Participants will be introduced to the Mental Health Continuum and the Big 4 Coping Strategies, to help learn how to better understand their own mental wellness, notice if they might be moving into unwell areas, use practical actions to help with stress, and know when to reach out to get professional help.
 
Crisis Response training - Caring for your Team -  Participants will be introduced to the Mental Health Continuum, the Big 4 Coping Strategies, and Ad Hoc Incident Review to help learn how to better understand their own and their team’s mental wellness, notice if they might be moving into unwell areas, use practical actions to help with stress, and know when to reach out to get professional help.
 
Crisis Response Training - Caring for Others - will focus on how to create a safe space to have conversations about mental health and/or substance use problems. This training will prepare participants to have conversations confidently about mental health during a crisis, with their family, friends, communities, and workplaces. Participants will also be taught the skills required to respond to a mental health crisis until professional help arrives.
 
Registration for these courses will be on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be available at no-cost for essential workers as defined by the Government of Canada here. We encourage you to share this information with essential employees in your organization. To register for Caring for Yourself or Caring for your Team, click here. To register for Caring for Others, click here. These courses are available for a limited time.
 
*Please note these courses should not serve as substitutes for The Working Mind (TWM), The Working Mind First Responders (TWMFR), The Inquiring Mind (TIM) and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) as they have been developed specifically for the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage all participants to complete TWM, TWMFR, TIM and/or MHFA training once face-to-face courses resume.
 
If you have any questions, please email theworkingmind(at)mentalhealthcommission.ca.

 

Government of Alberta Emergency Management Unsolicited Offers Program

Emergency Response Data Base 

If you are interested in offering your support during times of disaster or emergency you can use the form below to provide us with details of your product or service. 

Should there be an emergency requirement for your product or service, you will be contacted by a representative of the Government of Alberta.  

Inclusion of your services on this list does not do not constitute or imply the endorsement or recommendation of the Government of Alberta.

www.alberta.ca/COVID19offersprogram