Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health (CASA)

CASA is leading the charge in improving the lives of Albertans through family-centred multidisciplinary care for our children struggling with mental health issues.

Our comprehensive programs and services benefit over 3,600 children from infancy through age 22 and their families each year, making us a key resource for families and the single largest provider of mental health services for children in Alberta.

CASA is:
• incorporated under the Companies Act of Alberta as a not-for-profit, charitable organization.
• governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
• a treatment, teaching and research organization affiliated with the University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services.
• accredited by Accreditation Canada.
• staffed by teams representing many disciplines including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, child care counsellors, teachers, administrative support staff, students and volunteers.

Member Information


Denise Milne, MSW, RSW, MSA, MC
Chief Executive Officer of CASA and CASA Foundation

Nancy duManoir
Executive Assistant