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Foundry Stress Self-Check

Free, stress self-check tool that can help young people identify experiences related to stress.

Available B.C. wide

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Program

Vancouver Coastal Health

Provides outpatient assessment and treatment services for clients living with mental health conditions related to a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or resulting from operational duties performed during military or police service.

570-2889 East 12th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Stresslr

BC Children's Hospital

Provides a fun and engaging web app for children to learn about stress, why it happens, how they react to it, and to develop healthy strategies to cope with stress in their everyday lives. The app can be used on any computer, tablet and with some smart phones.

Available B.C. wide

BC Disaster Stress

Canadian Mental Health Association - BC Division

Provides resources to support BC communities with the stress and mental health concerns resulting from wildfires, floods and other natural disasters.

Resources include community talk events, telephone support, web links, mental health information, and tools to help manage stress, overcome challenges and feel better.

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.

School-Based Mental Health Outreach Program

South Cariboo Elizabeth Fry Society

Provides counselling programs for students and families experiencing stress at home, such as addictions, grief, mental health, stress, and anxiety, which affect the student's ability to manage at school. Families are referred by the school and services are offered in the school and or family home.

Available B.C. wide

Here2Talk

Ministry of Health

Offers single-session telephone and chat-based counselling to all students currently registered in a BC post-secondary school. The service is available 24-hours through an app, phone and chat.

The program can help with concerns such as stress, feelings of isolation or loneliness, anxiety, frustration, the balance between personal and academic priorities, adapting to new campus culture or city, time-management, and tension with family, friends or instructors.

Available B.C. wide

Y Mind Adult

YMCA BC

Offers a free online support group for adults who experience stress and mild to moderate anxiety. Participants come together to learn healthy coping skills and connect with others who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings.

Available B.C. wide

Gutsy Peer Support

Crohn's and Colitis Canada - BC Division

Provides a private online chat space where volunteer mentors who are living with or support dependents with Crohn's and colitis, can provide support to newly diagnosed individuals and or their caregivers. Mentors offer emotional support and advice on everyday living with Crohn's and colitis such as work, school, relationships, travel, stress, and anxiety.

Showing 1 - 10 of 234 Resources

Foundry Stress Self-Check

Free, stress self-check tool that can help young people identify experiences related to stress.

Available B.C. wide

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Program

Vancouver Coastal Health

Provides outpatient assessment and treatment services for clients living with mental health conditions related to a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or resulting from operational duties performed during military or police service.

570-2889 East 12th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Stresslr

BC Children's Hospital

Provides a fun and engaging web app for children to learn about stress, why it happens, how they react to it, and to develop healthy strategies to cope with stress in their everyday lives. The app can be used on any computer, tablet and with some smart phones.

Available B.C. wide

BC Disaster Stress

Canadian Mental Health Association - BC Division

Provides resources to support BC communities with the stress and mental health concerns resulting from wildfires, floods and other natural disasters.

Resources include community talk events, telephone support, web links, mental health information, and tools to help manage stress, overcome challenges and feel better.

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.

School-Based Mental Health Outreach Program

South Cariboo Elizabeth Fry Society

Provides counselling programs for students and families experiencing stress at home, such as addictions, grief, mental health, stress, and anxiety, which affect the student's ability to manage at school. Families are referred by the school and services are offered in the school and or family home.

Available B.C. wide

Here2Talk

Ministry of Health

Offers single-session telephone and chat-based counselling to all students currently registered in a BC post-secondary school. The service is available 24-hours through an app, phone and chat.

The program can help with concerns such as stress, feelings of isolation or loneliness, anxiety, frustration, the balance between personal and academic priorities, adapting to new campus culture or city, time-management, and tension with family, friends or instructors.

Available B.C. wide

Y Mind Adult

YMCA BC

Offers a free online support group for adults who experience stress and mild to moderate anxiety. Participants come together to learn healthy coping skills and connect with others who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings.

Available B.C. wide

Gutsy Peer Support

Crohn's and Colitis Canada - BC Division

Provides a private online chat space where volunteer mentors who are living with or support dependents with Crohn's and colitis, can provide support to newly diagnosed individuals and or their caregivers. Mentors offer emotional support and advice on everyday living with Crohn's and colitis such as work, school, relationships, travel, stress, and anxiety.

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