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Dealing with Depression

BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services

Offers online information and resources for teens coping with depression, or for concerned adults who want to help a depressed teen. Provides teens with skills to help manage symptoms of depression, including realistic thinking, problem-solving and goal-setting.

Depression and Anxiety Support

H.R. Mental Wellness Centre

Offers individual and group counselling, stress management seminars, and workshops to help individuals, parents and couples heal from depression and anxiety. The centre promotes a holistic model of healing that addresses the whole person - body, mind, and spirit. Support groups are available in-person or online.

Available B.C. wide

MoodFx

University of British Columbia

Offers an interactive website to help people with depression monitor their symptoms and communicate with their doctor about how they are feeling.

Users are able to screen for symptoms of depression and anxiety, set reminders, track and monitor symptoms, view past results and progress, receive helpful tips, and save, print, or email copies of results to share with doctors or other care providers.

Available B.C. wide

WalkAlong

University of British Columbia

Provides online information and resources for youth to assess and manage their mental health within a positive online community environment.

Features include: self-assessments for depression and anxiety; mental health trackers; mental illness and treatment information; self-help exercises; and the ability to share experiences and resources such as links, videos and artwork.

Available B.C. wide

Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre - Dala Program

Ministry of Children and Family Development

Provides residential treatment, assessment and intervention for fragile youth with symptoms like depression, anxiety, schizophrenia or other thought disorders. The program helps teens with improving their mental health, developing social and family support networks, and with learning life skills necessary to enhance their quality of life.

2721 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC

Available B.C. wide

Groups and Workshops

Foundry

Offers a variety of virtual groups and workshops for youth, young adults and their caregivers across BC. Groups vary throughout the year; support areas include substance use and recovery, LGBTQ2IA+ support, depression and anxiety, body image, caregiver support, and two-spirit healing.

Available B.C. wide

Mindful Awareness and Resilience Skills for Adolescents

BC Children's Hospital

Offers a training program to teach youth mindfulness skills to help cope with mental health issues including depressive and anxiety symptoms, chronic pain and chronic stress. Sessions are currently offered using videoconference in a safe and respectful group environment.

4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Online Information and Resources

Foundry

Provides online information, tools, and strategies to help young people and families find the mental health and substance use support they need. Offers apps, wellness tips, workbooks and self-check, web links, strategies for supporting others, and connections to services online and in the community.

Topic areas include anxiety, body image and eating, drugs and other substances, alcohol, low mood and depression, questioning reality, and stress.

Mental Health and Substance Use Support Line

Interior Health Authority

Provides access to mental health and substance use services and resources for the Interior Health region. When calling the MHSU Access Line you will be connected to your nearest mental health and substance use centre.

Support is available for ongoing substance use issues, mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, paranoia, and psychosis, or if you're unsure you need support.

Available B.C. wide

HeadsUpGuys

Movember Canada

Provides an online resource to support men in their fight against depression. Offers information on the symptoms, triggers and risk factors of depression, as well as stories of success and where to find professional services. Also provides a self-check depression screening tool. Funding provided by the Movember Foundation and affiliated with the Men's Depression and Suicide Network.

Showing 1 - 10 of 271 Resources
Available B.C. wide

Dealing with Depression

BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services

Offers online information and resources for teens coping with depression, or for concerned adults who want to help a depressed teen. Provides teens with skills to help manage symptoms of depression, including realistic thinking, problem-solving and goal-setting.

Depression and Anxiety Support

H.R. Mental Wellness Centre

Offers individual and group counselling, stress management seminars, and workshops to help individuals, parents and couples heal from depression and anxiety. The centre promotes a holistic model of healing that addresses the whole person - body, mind, and spirit. Support groups are available in-person or online.

Available B.C. wide

MoodFx

University of British Columbia

Offers an interactive website to help people with depression monitor their symptoms and communicate with their doctor about how they are feeling.

Users are able to screen for symptoms of depression and anxiety, set reminders, track and monitor symptoms, view past results and progress, receive helpful tips, and save, print, or email copies of results to share with doctors or other care providers.

Available B.C. wide

WalkAlong

University of British Columbia

Provides online information and resources for youth to assess and manage their mental health within a positive online community environment.

Features include: self-assessments for depression and anxiety; mental health trackers; mental illness and treatment information; self-help exercises; and the ability to share experiences and resources such as links, videos and artwork.

Available B.C. wide

Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre - Dala Program

Ministry of Children and Family Development

Provides residential treatment, assessment and intervention for fragile youth with symptoms like depression, anxiety, schizophrenia or other thought disorders. The program helps teens with improving their mental health, developing social and family support networks, and with learning life skills necessary to enhance their quality of life.

2721 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC

Available B.C. wide

Groups and Workshops

Foundry

Offers a variety of virtual groups and workshops for youth, young adults and their caregivers across BC. Groups vary throughout the year; support areas include substance use and recovery, LGBTQ2IA+ support, depression and anxiety, body image, caregiver support, and two-spirit healing.

Available B.C. wide

Mindful Awareness and Resilience Skills for Adolescents

BC Children's Hospital

Offers a training program to teach youth mindfulness skills to help cope with mental health issues including depressive and anxiety symptoms, chronic pain and chronic stress. Sessions are currently offered using videoconference in a safe and respectful group environment.

4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Online Information and Resources

Foundry

Provides online information, tools, and strategies to help young people and families find the mental health and substance use support they need. Offers apps, wellness tips, workbooks and self-check, web links, strategies for supporting others, and connections to services online and in the community.

Topic areas include anxiety, body image and eating, drugs and other substances, alcohol, low mood and depression, questioning reality, and stress.

Mental Health and Substance Use Support Line

Interior Health Authority

Provides access to mental health and substance use services and resources for the Interior Health region. When calling the MHSU Access Line you will be connected to your nearest mental health and substance use centre.

Support is available for ongoing substance use issues, mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, paranoia, and psychosis, or if you're unsure you need support.

Available B.C. wide

HeadsUpGuys

Movember Canada

Provides an online resource to support men in their fight against depression. Offers information on the symptoms, triggers and risk factors of depression, as well as stories of success and where to find professional services. Also provides a self-check depression screening tool. Funding provided by the Movember Foundation and affiliated with the Men's Depression and Suicide Network.

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