Mental Health and Substance Use Information for Individuals, Families, Professionals and Educators.
Information to help youth and young adults in BC assess how they’re feeling and connect to mental health resources and support. The website includes education, self-care tools, and helpful links connecting to local resources.
Increasing awareness about anxiety disorders, providing education and increasing access to evidence-based resources and treatments.
The Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute provides resources and training in the areas of mental health, trauma, addictions, and more. CTRI offers a variety of open enrollment workshops happening in BC in 2020, as well as a multitude of free resources, including webinars, resources manuals, video training, and posters/handouts.
Providing support to people with serious mental illness and their families, public education, advocacy, and research
An app designed to help teens and young adults cope with anxiety. It can help you change how you think about anxiety. Rather than trying to avoid anxiety, you can make an important shift and face it.
A multi-language website focussing on teens and young adults dealing with mental health and substance abuse concerns.
This provincial clinic offers free genetic counselling to individuals (and/or their families) who live with a psychiatric diagnosis. The service can help individuals with mental health disorders and their family members better understand the cause and potential risks for you, your children or other family members.
Read our recent article in the Vancouver Sun: Vancouver Sun.
Publications from S.F.U. on health care.
Jessie’s Legacy Program. Providing eating disorders prevention education, resources and support for BC youth, families, educators and professionals
This is a website dedicated to supporting men battling depression, as well as their friends and families.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
A mental health channel like you’d see on cable, but on the web.
RehabSpot is a free online resource with information about co-occurring disorders and substance abuse, as well as the different types of treatments.
Counseling@Northwestern recently published “Mental Illness and Violence: How to Push Back on Dangerous Narratives,” which addresses the myth that mental illness is tied to violence and provides strategies on how individuals can be more critical of the content they consume.
You can find the resource here: https://counseling.northwestern.edu/blog/mental-illlness-violence-media/