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Health and Wellness

Claresholm is a hub of health and wellness for all ages. We have the Claresholm Medical Centre and a General Hospital. For seniors, we have a Drop-In Centre, a number of assisted living senior homes, as well as the Willow Creek Continuing Care Centre. There are special treatment facilities for mental health and addictions, and our FCSS is always there to help local residents with their needs. A variety of local businesses also promote wellness through fitness centres, workout programs, personal trainers, and retail products and support to complement your healthy lifestyle!

Find private businesses that support health and wellness, including chiropractors, massage therapists, dentists, and more in the Business Directory.

For those seeking information on our Parks & Recreation offerings, you can find them in our Get Active section.

Mental Health & Addictions

The Claresholm Addiction and Mental Health Clinic is an outpatient clinic which offers therapy services for children aged 5-18 and adults who are experiencing symptoms related to addiction or mental illness. Clients can be self-referred and services are provided free of charge for all Albertans. This service does not provide third party assessments. Reach out to them at 403.625.4068 or learn more on the Alberta Health Services website.

The David Lander Centre/A.A.D.A.C. was first established in Claresholm in 1974. This facility offers treatment to people of Southern Alberta who are suffering from drug/alcohol addictions. Reach out to them at 403.625.1395 or learn more on the Alberta Health Services website.

The Claresholm Centre for Mental Health & Addictions provides community-based psychiatric facilities providing treatment, educational and supportive services. The facility’s purpose is to maximize the ability of mental health consumers to live independently in the environment of their choice. You can contact them at 403.682.3500 or visit albertahealthservices.ca, however a referral from a Doctor or another inpatient service is required for admittance. Please consult your physician or caregiver about the appropriate steps if you feel this service would be beneficial for you.