Are you interested in making a difference?
Do you have a genuine interest in helping to make learning, working and socializing in the community achievable for people living with a mental illness? If so, please consider joining our team.
Every day, Elements programs help people with mental illness to get well and stay well.
Elements Calgary Mental Health Centre is seeking artists to provide sessions or workshops in our Fine Arts Program for individuals with mental illness. Focus areas are: painting, drawing, sculpting, fabric design, print-making and mixed media creations.
A minimum of a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, with related experience and knowledge in the visual arts is required.
Send letters of intent and/or session/workshop proposals to Anneisa Lauchlan, Executive Director, at [email protected] or at Elements Calgary Mental Health Centre, 400 – 1035 7 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2P 3E9.
Come join our Board of Directors
If you care about mental health and want to use your enthusiasm, skills and experience to make a difference, Elements CMHC needs you on our board. Right now, we’re seeking board members with a background in law, human resources, public relations, or fund development.
Elements is an established presence in the Calgary mental health community. We provide a range of integrated mental health services to inspire, build and advance the abilities of adults with mental illness.
Come join us! You can make a difference in the lives of people with a mental illness.
For more information please contact Anneisa Lauchlan at: 403.266.8711 or email [email protected].
If you looking for an exciting and rewarding practicum experience. Elements has lots to offer you.
1. Social Work Practicum
A comprehensive practicum placement for social work students at either the diploma or BSW levels is offered that includes: intake assessments, case management, and an opportunity to participate in group facilitation.
Practicum students are supervised by a team of registered social workers and given the opportunity to observe and participate in the essential work performed by our dedicated staff.
For more information, please contact Shelley Juss, Support Services Team Lead at 403-266-8711 or email [email protected].