A Free Mental Well-Being Initiative For Non-Profits and Small Businesses in Calgary

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AdaptiveYYC is a personalized, pocket-sized resilience training initiative that helps your workforce buffer against stress, build emotional well-being, and lead more purposeful lives.

Brought to you by United Way of Calgary and Area, in collaboration with headversity, the AdaptiveYYC initiative can help your team build resilience and mental well-being to respond to the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and continue working to the best of their ability in these difficult times.

Seize the Power of Resilience with AdaptiveYYC

AdaptiveYYC takes a preventive and personal approach to promote mental well-being.
This special initiative includes:


  • Free three months of resilience training
  • Research-backed platform with lessons and videos for individual training and skill-building
  • 24/7 personalized support
  • Three on-demand learning webinars—support, E.Q., and belonging

The onset of COVID-19 has greatly impacted the mental well-being of so many people and there’s a significant need to provide access to resources to support mental wellness.

If you’re a non-profit, government-funded agency, or a small- to medium-sized businesses based in Calgary (or the surrounding area) connect with us to learn more and find out if your workplace is eligible. Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!

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Let’s get started! Schedule a call to learn more.

Fill out this form and we’ll reach out to let you know if you qualify, and we'll also share more details about this exciting new initiative. Currently, AdaptiveYYC is available for free to non-profits, government-funded agencies and small- to medium-sized businesses (fewer than 200 employees) in Calgary and the surrounding area. We can add your name to a waitlist if you're interested, but are currently not eligible.

Adam SlaterAdaptiveYYC