May 2-8 is National Mental Health Week and Cochrane FCSS is “Getting Real” about mental health. 

With a focus on getting out and exploring and enjoying our beautiful landscape, Cochrane’s Family and Community Support Services is once again hosting three scavenger hunts.

Back by popular demand and without the COVID-19 restrictions of last year, Cochrane residents are invited to take part in the fun events. 

The Scavenger Hunts can take residents on an adventure to Glenbow Ranch, Historic Downtown Cochrane, and one that is an adventure anywhere.

The fun continues throughout the month of May.  

Kim Krawec, Manager of FCSS says, “The planned scavenger hunts across town are a great way to get people out in the community, have fun and enjoy the company of others.” 

To round the month out FCSS will be hosting a pop-up mental health day on Saturday, May 28 across from the FCSS building from 1-3 pm.  

Kristen Immel says, “We’ll have participation gifts, there will be prizes available, crafts and other activities for families if they bring their kids.” 

Naturally, mental health is an important issue all year long and Kimmel says that there are numerous resources and information available at 

Start by getting your clues here

For more information on mental health click here.