Our Partners

We could not connect Calgarians with compassionate, accessible crisis and mental health support 24 hours a day without our valued partners in the community.

Mobile Partners:

Partner Agencies:

In addition to our 24 hour crisis and 211 line, we also answer the following:

Community Partners:

CAA/SORCe Partners:

Program Partners:

ATB Financial supports the recruitment, training and support of over 240 highly trained volunteers. They also funded the Community of Care Volunteer Training Room at our new office.

ENMAX is a long-time supporter of our Volunteer Appreciation event/initiatives, and of the Basic Needs Fund which provides financial support to Calgary’s most vulnerable.

RBC has been supporting Distress Centre since the ‘70s. They are a long time funder of our ConnecTeen Program and 24 hour phone, chat & text support services for youth.

Husky Energy has also been a long-time supporter of our Basic Needs Fund.

Major Donors

AD Cheng Foundation
Curry, Judy and Steele
Dewar, Lisa and Wayne
Dietsche, Linda
Graydon and Dorothy Morrison Fund at Calgary Foundation
Forbes, Robert
Foster, Orrin
Grasby, Sean
HAB Family Foundation
Harold and Betty Allsopp Fund at Calgary Foundation
Haslam, Ian
Herman, Shawn and Shannon
Horbachewski Family
Hossli, Tanya
Kousinioris, John & Amanda
Laut, Steve


Like a Rock Fund
McKinnon, Peter
Mikkelsen Family Fund
Public Health Agency of Canada
Patola, Kenneth and Cynthia
Pelton, Crystal and Kelly
Phillips, Gordon
Ryan, Lori
Sam Ousher Switzer Charitable Foundation
Strangemann, Marcus
Sutcliffe, Todd
The Barnes Family Foundation
The Gwyn Morgan & Patricia Trottier Foundation
Trca, Chad Aaron
True Aim Concepts
Tsang Family
Wesley, Helen
Wilson, Jeff and Cathy

For the past 50 years RBC has been a proud supporter of Distress Centre. Our commitment to youth mental well-being through RBC Future Launch is focused on prevention and early intervention programs to help provide young people timely access to knowledge, supports and care, when and where they need it. We believe that no one should face a mental health issue alone. At RBC, we stand strong beside Canadians when it comes to mental health. We know that Distress Centre is dedicated to serving the mental health needs of Albertans and we congratulate them on half a century of service..”

– Jerilynn Daniels | Regional Director, Community Marketing and Citizenship | Royal Bank of Canada

Our Impact Funders: