British Columbia

  • Alcoholics Anonymous: Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society – The purpose of Intergroup is to assist the groups in providing information about Alcoholics Anonymous to the AA community and to members of the public.
  • Anxiety BC – Resources, Results, Relief – Our programs are focused on increasing awareness and promoting education and evidence-based treatments related to anxiety disorders.
  • Bipolar Disorder Society of British Columbia (BDSBC) – Provides providing awareness about bipolar disorder and mental illness in hopes of eliminating stigma, discrimination and unwarranted fears of these conditions.
  • Bounce Back: Reclaim Your Health – Creating Community Based Self-Help Strategies to Improve the Mental Health of British Columbians
  • British Columbia Bereavement Helpline – BCBH is here for you. We are a non-profit, free, and confidential service that connects the public to grief support services within the province of BC. 
  • Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health, The at Simon Fraser University – Is at the forefront of developing research and sharing knowledge on intersections between gender, social inequities and mental health.
  • Chinese Mental Health Promotions – This program is designed to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and to decrease the stigma of mental illness in the Chinese community.
  • Crisis Centre – Provide youth and adults with an opportunity to talk openly yet confidentially when in distress, or crisis, seek emotional support, and locate referral services in their community.
  • Early Psychosis Intervention (epi) – A Role for Everyone – Resources & Downloads – About epi & About Us…
  • Get Set & Connect – Help adults living with mental illness make connections and form meaningful relationships with others through activities in their community. Community inclusion is the goal.
  • Healthy Minds at UBC – Our goal is to provide student-to-student strategies for success, providing answers to these questions: How can I stay healthy as a UBC student? What really works? How does my mental and physical health affect my ability to be a good student?
  • Hear to Help – A project of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information.
  • Hugging Trees: A Story by Winter Hammell – Rainy, dark days are tough – even for people without S.A.D. We all move through the season, in our own ways, waiting patiently for the sun to come out and play.
  • LifeRing – Individualized Recovery Sobriety, Secularity, Peer Support, Power to Change, Biological-Psychological-Social&Cultural, Face to Face Meetings, Participation, Connect to Recover – anytime, anywhere….
  • Odyssey I & II/Nexus – Substance Abuse Counselling Services: Programs for youth and their families affected by substance abuse. We provide a wide range of services: individual, family and/or group counselling, drop-in, social/recreational activities, referrals, drug/alcohol information and education, crisis intervention.
  • Online Family Mental Illness Support Groups – Public Family Forum, Family & Friends of a Person with a MI, Adult Children with Parents who have a MI Support, Sibling of Person with a MI Group & Same-Sex Partners of Persons with a MI
  • Parents Together/Parents Forever – An education and support program for parents who are experiencing challenges while parenting a teen. And… Amutual support group for family members of adult children who struggle with substance abuse.
  • Peer Support & On Our Way: Recovery News – Exploring peer support & mental health recovery
  • Psychosis Sucks – The main objectives of the EPI Program are to increase understanding of psychosis, decrease stigma associated with having this disorder and provide direct treatment.

 

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