What you will find here: Founded in 1918, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada. Through a presence in more than 330 communities across every province and one territory, CMHA provides advocacy, programs and resources that help to prevent mental health problems and illnesses, support recovery and resilience, and enable all Canadians to flourish and thrive.
What you will find here: MoodFx is an interactive mobile-optimized website designed to help people with depression and anxiety by providing simple and scientifically valid methods for monitoring symptoms and functioning.
MoodFx was developed in partnership between the Mood Disorders Centre and the University of British Columbia’s eHealth Strategy Office. Both are located in Vancouver, Canada. We will never sell or release any contact or other personal information to any commercial third parties.
MoodFx is an interactive app designed to help people with depression and low mood feel better. It allows you to: screen for symptoms of depression and anxiety, and for problems with cognition and work functioning; track your symptoms when you start a new treatment for depression; set reminders to check your symptoms regularly and before appointments; and much more.
Just like recovery is expected, blips and dips are expected. Whether we call those early warning signs, relapses or setbacks, it’s clear there is no one simple path from sickness to health. This edition of Visions looks at ways to think about dips and detours in our well-being from personal, professional and programmatic perspectives.
Welcome to the Hope for Wellness Helpline – On-Line Chat Counseling Service Call the toll-free Help Line at 1-855-242-3310, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or use the chat box below to connect with a counsellor on-line The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.
What you will find here: HealthLink BC provides reliable non-emergency health information and advice in British Columbia. Information and advice is available by telephone, our website, a mobile app and a collection of print resources. Through our programs and services, you can get the information you need to make decisions for yourself and those you care for.
Urgent and Primary Care Centres are opening across the province to improve access to primary care. They provide an alternative to visiting emergency departments for issues that do not need to be seen in a hospital.
What you will find here: At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload.
At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload. If you’re a student leader interested in partnering on wellness workshops, events, and more, email the Wellness Centre.
Please contact the OEE team here, for information and questions about experiential education at UBC. Specific practicum information can be found under the respective course site on Canvas. The OEE team can also direct students to other available resources within the university community.
What you will find here: UBC Student Services health site provides information on dealing with a number of issues, such as; depression, stress, anxiety as well as sexual health issues. The site also contains tips and resources on available services and support options.