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Workshops + Activities

Calgary Foothills PCN offers health workshops and activities to help you better manage your physical and mental health. Our workshops are now virtual due to COVID-19.

Our free workshops offer tips for dealing with common health issues, such as overcoming emotional eating and quitting smoking – health priorities identified by Calgary family doctors.

For more information, please contact our program coordinator on 587-774-9736 or register online.

Navigating financial supports during COVID-19

Get information on the financial help available to Canadians affected by COVID-19. Our Ask a Social Worker — Navigating financial supports during COVID-19 virtual workshop will provide information on: The Canada Emergency Response Benefit Updates to employment insurance (EI) Infor…

Happiness Basics: Learn to be Happy

Happiness Basics is a free workshop that teaches you skills to boost your overall happiness. It is a four-week course and weekly classes run for two hours. Joining a Happiness Basics workshop has been shown to: Improve mood, vitality and energy levels Boost physical and ment…

Craving Change

Emotional Eating: Learn How to Change Take our Craving Change™ virtual workshop and change your thinking habits change your eating habits—and enjoy lifelong benefits. Craving Change™ is a four-week workshop for adults who struggle with problematic eating, including eating for c…

Ask a Dietitian: Group Nutrition Appointments

Do you have a nutrition question? Want to discuss it with an expert? Our free Ask a Dietitian group appointments are led by a registered dietitian who can give you healthy eating tips. Get professional advice from a qualified expert while learning from others who have similar …

Quit Smoking

If you want to quit smoking, help is here Tobacco Cessation is a free group workshop. It has helped many patients quit smoking since it was launched in 2008. Peer support through group sessions—a key component of this workshop—has been shown to significantly increase quit rates. …