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Mental Health / Counselling - Care Provider Resources

BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services

BCMHSUS is an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority. Their website offers information about finding mental health and substance use services in BC. It provides information and referral forms, inpatient and outpatient programs and services provided by BCMHSUS.more info

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4500 Oak Street
, Vancouver, BC, V6H 2N9
Phone: (604) 524-7734
Toll-free: 1-888-300-3088
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Family Physician Guide

Information for family physicians on depression, anxiety disorders, early psychosis, and substance use disordersmore info

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Friends for Life Program

A school based anxiety prevention program that aims to help children and teens cope with feelings of fear, worry and depression by building resilience and self-esteem, and teaching cognitive and emotional skillsmore info

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Kelty Mental Health: Toolkit for Health Professionals

Provides information and resources for health professionals to discuss healthy living specific to child and youth mental health. The full PDF version of the toolkit can be downloaded from the website. more info

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BC Children's Hospital, Mental Health Building #85, Room: P3-302
4500 Oak Street
, Vancouver, BC, V6H 2N9
Phone: (604) 875-2084
Toll-free: 1-800-665-1822
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mindcheck.ca

This resource includes a facilitation guide, video stories from youth with lived experience with mental health challenges, and links to additional resources and supports. It is designed for grades 8 to 10, but can be for used for other groups at the discretion of the educator. more info

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Open Mind BC

An information hub containing mental health tools and resources for health care providersmore info

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Open Mind BC: School Professionals

An information hub containing mental health tools and resources for school professionalsmore info

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TeenMentalHealth.org: Educators

A comprehensive and evidence-based mental health literacy resource for educatorsmore info

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TeenMentalHealth.org: Healthcare Professionals

A comprehensive and evidence-based mental health literacy resource for health providersmore info

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