Welcome to the Southern Alberta Self-Help Association!
We believe that people with mental illness are valuable, contributing members of our community.
Come learn more about how we support people to reach their greatest potential!
During the Covid-19 Pandemic we are still open and accepting referrals. Please contact us via phone or email for more information as only essential visitors are allowed and we are not accepting in-person meetings at this time. Contact us HERE.
For more information on Covid-19 please visit Alberta Health Services HERE.
What does SASHA do?
Southern Alberta Self - Help Association (SASHA) is a non-profit community organization whose mission is to support adults with severe and/or persistent mental illness to achieve individual success through a continuum of supportive living options and individualized services. Transitional and long-term supportive housing programs are person centered and strength based, with a focus on achieving improved quality of life and recovery outcomes. Services include supports for co-occurring addictions.
OKI, SASHA is located on traditional lands of the Siksikaitsitapi, the Blackfoot Confederacy. SASHA is committed to honouring the Blackfoot people’s past, present and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship to the land. We honour the Siksikaitsitapi as both the traditional and current Land Keepers of this area, and we welcome all First Nations, Métis, Inuit and non-Indigenous peoples who call Blackfoot territory their home.