Our secure and inclusive space, allows members to consult with peers and grow their understanding of chronic pain and substance use. All members have access to all of the benefits below, and becoming a mentor and/or mentee is optional. Members have the flexibility to engage in the CMN at whatever level works for them and are able to contact us to change their membership status at any time. 

Please note: At this time, the CMN is only able to provide membership services to health providers practising in Alberta. 

Use the Discussion Board
The Discussion Board provides a secure online platform for members to seek advice from peers and colleagues.

Share in Monthly Virtual Collaboration Forums
The Virtual Collaboration Forum brings together members on a monthly webinar to review case studies, highlight tools and resources, and identify upcoming education events.

Attend CMN Education Events
Workshops and other opportunities will by provided by the CMN to help build capacity and competency in the areas of chronic pain and substance use within the patient’s medical home.



Become a General Member
General members of the CMN have access to all membership benefits, but choose not to participate in mentorship as a mentor and/or mentee. 

Become a Mentor
Mentors are members in any profession with a focus of pain management and/or substance use.

Request a Mentor
Mentees are members in any profession who want to build their confidence and capacity in treating patients with chronic pain and/or substance use disorders.


NEW – Pain BC Courses
The CMN has partnered with Pain BC to provide courses free of charge to CMN members. Once a course has been completed, members receive a certificate of completion which can be used to claim CME/CPD credit with the member’s corresponding professional association.