Connect Parent Group Canadian Mental Health Association’s Family Solutions Program is offering a group for parents and caregivers. What is Connect? Connect is a 10-week program to support parents of pre-teens and teens. Parents meet in small groups (10-16) with two trained group leaders for 1.5 hours each week. Each session provides parents with […]Continue readingConnect Parent Group!
Counselling Appointments If you’re looking for someone to talk to give us a call! 250-398-8220 Currently we have a very short if any wait list! (Usually you will be called within a day or two of intake) If you need a safe, confidential place our doors are open. For any more information give […]Continue readingCounselling Appointments
Brain Injury Canadian Mental Health Association Cariboo Chilcotin Branch is happy to announce that they are now working in partnership with Interior Health Authority to provide support services to individuals living with brain injury in the Williams Lake area. Walk ins are welcome 10AM-1PM at 113 4th Ave North Williams Lake BC (The Club House) […]Continue readingBrain Injury
Almost six weeks have passed since we first released our manifesto – the five pillars for better mental health in British Columbia. Today, we have over 1,300 signatures across 64 constituencies! That’s 1,396 people and counting – standing with the Canadian Mental Health Association in calling for a system of care that addresses mental health, addiction […]Continue readingThe b4stage4 momentum is building…
The Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA BC) is calling an Extraordinary Special Meeting to amend CMHA BC’s bylaws. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at 4:30 pm, at Suite 905 – 1130 W. Pender Street, Vancouver. The meeting will consider a Special Resolution to […]Continue readingNotice to Members: Extraordinary Special Meeting on November 1
Non-profits join forces on World Suicide Prevention Day to call for a suicide-safer BC Vancouver, B.C. – Approximately 4,000 Canadians die by suicide every year. For every one of those deaths it is estimated that there are as many as 20 attempts. Chances are, someone in your life may be thinking about suicide right now…perhaps […]Continue readingCMHA BC and Crisis Centres Urge British Columbians to Learn Suicide Prevention Skills
We all have bad days, even bad weeks. Life takes its toll on all of us causing occasional sleepless nights, changes in appetite and mood. But what if they persist and those symptoms are in fact the early signs of something more serious?Continue readingCMHA Invites British Columbians to Check In on their Mental Health with “Bounce Back Today” Campaign