Hull Services helps children, and their families, who experience significant mental health, behavioural and developmental challenges.
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Housekeepers are integral members of the program team, performing a variety of culinary, housekeeping, and related tasks to support our children and the treatment efforts in the program.
Learn more and apply at hullservices.ca/current-opening/relief-housekeeper/
Meet April, Hull Services’ Mental Health and Addiction Navigator! This FREE service is available to anyone who needs assistance navigating the complex mental health and addictions system! Give her a call today and start your journey towards healing.
For more information, visit HullServices.ca/navigator
It’s Black History Month! The 2022 theme is: “February and Forever: Celebrating Black History today and every day,” which narrows the lens on Black Canadians' daily contributions to Canada. The young people in one of our programs, Track: A Young Peoples Lodge, created an educational diversity board to learn about and honour the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities to continue that recognition.
Take a stand against bullying and be an advocate for kindness and inclusivity. Building healthy relationships is one of the best ways to prevent bullying and create safe environments.
Did you know that you can call our Mental Health and Addiction Navigator evenings and weekends? This FREE service isn’t restricted to regular business hours, so you can get the support needed on your time. Navigating the complex mental health and addictions system isn’t easy when you don’t know where to start, and we’re here to make your journey to care as smooth as we can.
To learn more about how our Mental Health and Addictions Navigator service can help your family, visit https://hullservices.ca/services/mental-health-and-addictions-navigator/
Caring and supportive relationships are essential to a young person’s development and well-being. At Hull Services, mentors are an integral part of our holistic approach to treatment and care.
We are so grateful to all the mentors who give their time, perspective and skills to positively influence a young person’s path and future. Thank you, mentors!
National Mentoring Month - Hull Services Mentoring is a powerful way of lending support to a young person by teaching skills, listening to their perspectives and creating a sense of belonging and connection. Spending time with a young person may seem simple, but science tells us that healthy interactions and relationships with supportive a...
Keep listening, talking and being there for ourselves and each other.
As a community, we have taken big steps to reduce the stigma around mental health issues and inspire one another to take action and help create a Canada where everyone can access the mental health support they need.
There are many organizations providing meaningful mental health supports. If you need help finding the right support for you or someone you know in need, our Mental Health and Addiction Navigator is a FREE resource available to help point you in the right direction.
To learn more, visit https://hullservices.ca/services/mental-health-and-addictions-navigator/
There’s a shortage of volunteer mentors in Alberta right now. Think you might want to be a mentor? Listen to hear how important mentoring is and check out our webpage for more information.
Hull’s Mental Health and Addiction Navigator is a FREE resource open to the community. Our Navigator helps parents and caregivers of children and youth who are struggling with mental health and addictions concerns, more effectively navigate the resources and supports available to them in their community.
To get help today, visit https://hullservices.ca/services/mental-health-and-addictions-navigator/
Mental Health and Addiction Navigator - Hull Services Helping parents and caregivers navigate the complex system of youth mental health and addictions services in Calgary.
Take a stand against bullying!
I Got Mind and the Calgary Buffalo Hockey Association have teamed up for to sell pink shirts with proceeds going to our hockey program at the Hull school. This program helps develops confidence, self-esteem, new skills, teamwork, and a sense of belonging and community for the students of Hull.
To purchase your pink shirt, visit https://www.flyershop.com/en/pink-shirt-day-t-shirt/
In honour of , we are teaming up with the Calgary Buffalo Hockey Association and Hull Services to donate to the WRHS Hockey Program through Hull Services here in Calgary. This logo will be featured on our Pink Shirt Day design and t-shirts are now available for purchase!
All proceeds of these t-shirt sales will be donated to the WRHS Hockey Program that develops confidence, self-esteem, skills in something new, teamwork, and a sense of belonging and community for the students of Hull Services.
T-shirts can be purchased for $25 each through https://www.flyershop.com/en/pink-shirt-day-t-shirt/ and group pricing is also available. Follow the link for more information and to see how you and your team can be involved and support Pink Shirt Day and .
Listen up! The young people and families we work with have something to say and we’re shinning a spotlight their way! Hull is thrilled to announce our new advisory council, Hull’s Voices of Lived Experience – Child, Youth and Family Advisory Council (Hull’s Voices). This council partners with the young people and families we serve to strengthen our programs based on their experiences. Read our story, Tuning our Voice, to learn all about the exciting things this council is and will be achieving for Hull!
To ready full story, visit hullservices.ca/tuningourvoice/
"Having a mentee has enhanced my life in many ways, most notably being the gratitude I personally feel when seeing the excitement on my mentees face when doing something new for them that I have always taken for granted." Dylan Cann, mentor.
There are so many reasons to become a mentor. Having a positive impact on a young person's life is just one of them. To learn more about the difference it can make in a child's life, visit https://hullservices.ca/national-mentoring-month/
This National Mentoring Month, you can help make a positive difference in the lives of young people.
Our mentorship program provides vulnerable kids and youth with a supportive mentor to be a positive role model, help them develop strengths and build self-esteem.
Learn how you can become a mentor today at https://hullservices.ca/join-our-team/mentor-volunteers/
Mentor Volunteers - Hull Services Think about a person that made you feel valued and supported, that helped with your self-confidence and growth and saw potential in you. You can be that person for one of our young people in Calgary by volunteering as a mentor with Hull Services.
April speaks about her role as Hull's Mental Health and Addiction Navigator in this blog for Learning Disabilities & ADHD Network.
Meet Your New Mental Health and Addiction Navigator Easily Accessing Mental Health Services in Calgary By April MacDougall, M.A., R. Psych. As COVID-19 continues to impact children, youth and families in a variety of ways, we are seeing an increased need for supports, particularly for those in the community who may be accessing mental health and addi...
January is national and we’re celebrating the important and amazing work of our mentors in supporting the young people we serve.
"Being a mentor has been an incredibly rewarding experience. The connection I've made with my mentee is profound, and it is gratifying to know that our relationship is a building block to their successful future. I would encourage anyone to join the mentorship program, as it has given me a unique perspective on life and a heartening feeling about my role."
- Emily Lucier, Mentor
Hull's Mental Health and Addiction Navigator service is discussed on CBC today. It is part 2 of a five-part series looking at the state of youth mental health in Calgary.
Pilot program aims to help Calgary families navigate youth mental health system | CBC News After Erin Gionet's family went through a mental health crisis with her teenage son last year, she says it would have been a huge help and relief to have someone guide them through the city's complex youth mental health landscape.
Happy Holidays from Hull Services!
We are so grateful for all your support to the young people and families this Giving Tuesday. Thank you!
The kids that live at Hull are safe and secure here — but they also need a physical environment that promotes healing.
Some of our spaces at Hull Services are more than 60 years old and that puts limitations on the therapeutic care we can provide to them.
This Giving Tuesday, please donate today and help us provide the important therapeutic and comfortable spaces our kids need and deserve.
Click here to learn more or to donate: https://hullservices.ca/hull-for-the-holidays/
Holiday wishes look a little different for the kids at Hull. Please donate today to help us upgrade our buildings (some are over 60 years old) and provide our kids the spaces they need and deserve. Learn more and donate today at https://hullservices.ca/hull-for-the-holidays/
Happy National Child Day 💙
When you’re out doing your holiday shopping this year, we ask you to be the Santa for the kids and youth who reside in our live-in programs. These children come to Hull from homes with little, sometimes nothing at all. Bring the magic of Christmas to these kids by supporting our Happy Hullidays campaign.
Ways you can support the kids:
1) Make a cash donation: Hull’s counsellors and program staff will shop for the children and youth in their care.
2) Request a wish list: We have asked each child or youth to give us a wish list of what they would like to receive this holiday season.
3) Purchase a gift: Purchase a gift from our suggested gift list (on our website) and we will ensure this gift is under the tree on Christmas morning for a child or youth.
Donors can deliver the gift (unwrapped please) to Hull Services 2266 Woodpark Avenue SW, or arrange for a safe pick-up prior to December 21, 2021.
To make the holiday season for the kids at Hull brighter this year, visit https://hullservices.ca/news-events/gifts-for-kids-youth/
Thank you TELUS TELUS Friendly Future Foundation for generously donating to our Recreation Program which provides the kids, youth and families at Hull with opportunities for recreation, play, sports, and community events. We at Hull Services appreciate your contributions to our program, helping to create healthier and stronger communities.
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