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Mountain View Emergency Shelter Society

Reach out. Speak out.

Mountain View Emergency Shelter Society at a Glance

Mountain View Emergency Shelter Society promotes and supports Outreach Services for individuals and families who may be in an abusive relationship, are seeking information surrounding issues of domestic violence and/or are pursuing healthier lifestyle changes.

* We are not running a physical shelter at this time.

Support Programs

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Sundre - Greenwood Neighbourhood Place

November 2, 2021, 10AM -1PM

Cremona - United Church

November 2, 2021, 2PM-5PM

Carstairs - Memorial Arena

November 10, 2021, 10AM-1PM

Didsbury - Didsbury Neighbourhood Place

November 26, 2021, 10AM-1PM


An 8-week program with a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist that explores the ‘Action Program for Moving Beyond Loss’.  Specifically formulated for clients dealing in loss/trauma and wanting to move forward in life.


A 5-week program.

Teens aged 13-18 have the opportunity to walk a path of self-love through art and discussion. We will learn about Gratitude, Exploration of our Feelings and Emotions, Self Love, Self Esteem, Healthy Relationships, Boundaries, and Mindfulness.

All of our programs follow the Restrictions Exemptions Program from the Alberta Health Care recommended guidelines. 
Proof of vaccination or negative test result plus mandatory masking. 

If you have any questions or concerns about this, please contact us directly.  

*Teen Heart Program requires masking and social distancing with 1/3 capacity.  No vaccination documentation required.  We ask that parents/caregivers drop off & pick up at the entrance only.*

“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending”

- Maria Robinson

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4920 50 Ave Olds, Alberta


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