This section contains maps and resources sorted by focus areas. The information is a work in progress as of October 2021. Feel free to come back later for more updates, we add them as more information becomes available.

COVID-19 Emergency Response

COVID-19 Resource Maps
M.A.P.S. responded to a request from a colleague to create a Google Map that contains information about emergency resources which can be easily accessed by youth and other vulnerable people who have phones. Feel free to share the maps with your clients, one contains food and shelter and the other has mental health organizations.
The maps consist of information from 211 and information directly from agencies. The maps are live and are updated frequently to ensure accuracy of organizations that are open during COVID-19. If you are interested in having your agency listed on the maps, contact Louise ([email protected]) and we can add it to the maps.

COVID-19 Posters

Mental Health Resources in Edmonton

Mental Health Resources Dashboard

The Mental Health Dashboard contains resource information from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) 211 Resource List and InformAlberta.ca. On the Dashboard, the graphs and data around the map change when you change the view of the map. To change the zoom of the map, you can hover your cursor over the map and scroll up and down. Within the map, you will see programs or dots, you can click these colored dots to see descriptions such as address and detailed information of the program. Sometimes, there may be more than one program at the one dot. To see other programs or boundary layers, toggle with the right and left arrows next to the “1 of ___” text at the top right corner of the description box. In addition, you can also click the categories or pie slices on the right side of the map. The map will change as you click through the pie slices. This pie information is also available in a bar chart form as indicated by the ‘Resources BAR’ tab below the graph. Similar to the pie, the map will change as you click through the bars. The Dashboard is very interactive and is best viewed on a laptop or desktop with internet access. For the best user experience, please click the link below to open the Dashboard in a new tab.

Mental Health Resources Interactive Map

To use this interactive PDF map, download file and open in Adobe Acrobat Reader. On the left hand side, you will see a paperclip with a stack of papers below. Click the stack of papers to open the layers available. Click the box/eyeball (or drop-down arrow) to toggle layers on and off.

Seniors Resources

211 Seniors Resources Dashboard

The Seniors Dashboard contains resource information from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) 211 Resource List, InformAlberta.ca, and SAGE. On the Dashboard, the graphs and data around the map change when you change the view of the map. To change the zoom of the map, you can hover your cursor over the map and scroll up and down. Within the map, you will see programs or dots, you can click these colored dots to see descriptions such as address and detailed information of the program. Sometimes, there may be more than one program at the one dot. To see other programs or boundary layers, toggle with the right and left arrows next to the “1 of ___” text at the top right corner of the description box. In addition, you can also click the categories or pie slices on the right side of the map. The map will change as you click through the pie slices. This pie information is also available in a bar chart form as indicated by the ‘Resources BAR’ tab below the graph. Similar to the pie, the map will change as you click through the bars. The Dashboard is very interactive and is best viewed on a laptop or desktop with internet access. For the best user experience, please click the link below to open the Dashboard in a new tab.

Youth Resources

211 Youth Resources Dashboard

The Youth Dashboard contains resource information from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) 211 Resource List and InformAlberta.ca. On the Dashboard, the graphs and data around the map change when you change the view of the map. To change the zoom of the map, you can hover your cursor over the map and scroll up and down. Within the map, you will see programs or dots, you can click these colored dots to see descriptions such as address and detailed information of the program. Sometimes, there may be more than one program at the one dot. To see other programs or boundary layers, toggle with the right and left arrows next to the “1 of ___” text at the top right corner of the description box. In addition, you can also click the categories or pie slices on the left side of the map. The map will change as you click through the pie slices. The Dashboard is very interactive and is best viewed on a laptop or desktop with internet access. For the best user experience, please click the link below to open the Dashboard in a new tab.