Foundry offers young people ages 12-24 health and wellness resources, services and supports online and through integrated service centres in communities across BC.
KELTY MENTAL HEALTH
KELTY helps families across the province navigate the mental health system, connect with peer support, and access resources and tools to support wellbeing.
Is anxiety getting in the way of your life? Learn to relax and take charge of your anxiety. Act now, learn about MindShift CBT Groups – our online therapy program is based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy, an effeictive treatment for anxiety and depression.
Free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ to manage low mood,
mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry.
FamilySmart comes along-side young people and families to provide support, navigation assistance and information and then invites them and professionals to come-alongside each other to learn with and from each other to enhance the quality of experiences and services for child and youth mental health.
Wellness Together Canada was created in response to an unprecedented rise in mental health and substance use concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wellness is a journey, not a destination and everyday we can take a step toward our own wellbeing, start your journey by clicking the button below.
UROK SUPER FUN
UROK Super Fun is for children and youth ages 8-18 to help build resiliency and instill confidence in children who live with a caregiver affected by mental illness. The UROK weekend groups increase the social network of participants while promoting social skills development.
YMCA MENTAL WELLNESS
The YMCA of Greater Vancouver facilitates many mental wellness programs for teens, youth, and adults. This program supports anyone who is experiencing anxiety and helps you learn and practice evidence-based strategies to cope. Learn more by clicking the button below!
YOUTH IN BC
YouthInBC.com is an on-line crisis chat service, where you can chat 1-on-1 with a trained volunteer from the Crisis Centre. People can chat in a safe and respectful space about their issues like suicide, sexuality, depression and stress, relationship conflicts and much, much more.
PLEA is a four-month residential treatment program that serves the youth whose substance use is problematic. Intake is province-wide. Homes are located in Surrey and Langley. Learn more by visiting their website!
VANCOUVER COASTAL HEALTH
The Access and Assessment Centre (AAC) is here to help you, your family member or your friend during a non-life threatening mental health and/or substance use (MHSU) issue.
The AAC serves City of Vancouver adult residents (17+) who are experiencing or identifying concerns related to mental health, substance use and/or addictions. The AAC is located in the Joseph & Rosalie Segal & Family Health Centre at Vancouver General Hospital.
ADDitude magazine is the most trusted resource for families touched by ADHD and its related conditions. ADDitude offers advice and information about ADHD symptoms, medication, treatment, and diagnosis for adults with ADHD and those parenting children with the condition. ADDitude serves as a voice of inspiration to help people with ADHD find success at home, at school, and on the job.
The ADDitude magazine app includes all of the articles in each issue. The issues within the app are available for download and can be read anytime, even offline.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) is in the forefront in creating and implementing programs and services in response to the needs of adults and families affected by ADHD through collaborative partnerships and advocacy, including training for parents and K-12 teachers, hosting educational webinars and workshops, being an informative clearinghouse for the latest evidence-based ADHD information, and providing information specialists to support the ADHD community.