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Community Connectors

The Community Connector supports youth ages 11-25 and their families in accessing community and mental health support by working collaboratively with community stakeholders, social service agencies, and health care providers. The Community Connector acts as a living library of information regarding health and wellness resources that are available within the community, provincially, and virtually. Rather than calling 811 or searching the internet, the Community Connector can provide information to meet the individualized needs of youth.


Community Connectors can provide resource navigation support in the following areas:


  • Art, recreation
  • Child intervention systems
  • Counselling, psychology
  • Crisis, emergency intervention
  • Cultural supports
  • Family resource networks
  • Food supports
  • Housing, finance supports
  • LGBTQ2S+ supports
  • Mental health supports
  • Other community supports
  • Parenting education/supports
  • Primary health care
  • Sexual health/reproductive supports
  • Social work
  • Specialized medical/psychiatric supports (**connection to a healthcare provider may be needed)
  • Substance use disorder counselling and support


How to Refer

Referrals can be made to the Community Connector by the school administration, local physicians, or any community agency. Students and families may also self-refer by contacting the Community Connector directly. To make a referral or self-referral to a Community Connector please email the youth’s first and last name, contact information, and areas where support is needed.


Community Connectors 

Brittany Yuzicapi-Langer

Rural Parkland County through CHANGE Health
Email Brittany

Connect with us on Instagram @TriRegionYouthHub.

Important Note

Please remember that Community Connectors are NOT crisis workers. Community Connectors can direct you to the appropriate crisis resources. If there is a youth in crisis, please connect with the following crisis support:


Children and Youth 17 & Under 

  • Kids Help Phone: To Access, Call 780-668-6868 or Toll-Free: 1-800-668-6868 or Text CONNECT to 686868 or Get support from a crisis responder through Facebook Messenger Visit KidsHelpPhone.ca/Messenger.
  • Stollery Crisis Team: To access, call 780-407-1000.


Adults 18+

  • CMHA Distress Line: To access, call 780-482-HELP(4357), or outside of Edmonton Area, call 1-800-232-7288 or via the online chat.
  • Adult Crisis Team: To access, call 780-424-2424, option 2.



Visit our Resources page for a list of trusted health and wellness resources.

Also, check out Togetherall for 24/7 access to mental health support and resources.