2019 Minds over Mountains - 2019 Minds over Mountains

Cyclists hit the road on June 15, 2019, for a week of inspired riding through some of the most magnificent landscapes in Western Canada. From the beautiful Rockies of Jasper, Alberta, to the vibrant culture of Haida Gwaii in the Queen Charlotte Islands – all to support the invaluable services CASA provides for children, adolescents and their families with mental health and addiction concerns.

Healthy minds, healthy families, healthy communities

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CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health

CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health is a non-profit community organization that provides mental health and addiction services to infants, children, adolescents and their families in Alberta, with a concentrated effort in the Edmonton area and Northern Alberta. For over 25 years, CASA has been recognized as a family-centered, community-driven and community-led organization that is focused on the prevention, early identification, assessment, and treatment of addiction and mental health disorders.

CASA serves more than 4,000 children a year along with their families. We influence change in the mental health field through the professionals we train, and in our facilities embedded in the community. As an organization, we are inspired by the courage of children, youth and their families, the dedication of our staff, physicians, students and volunteers and the tremendous support of our donors who have thrust mental health and addictions onto society’s agenda.

CASA’s goal is to advocate and drive change in children’s mental health and youth addictions. We know that we have the capability, the people, and the approach to help infants, children, youth and their families.

Visit www.casaservices.org for more information about CASA’s programs.

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