Are you or someone you love in a crisis?
For emergencies, you can: call 911 for help right away, go to your local Emergency Room, or call 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433).
If you just need someone to talk to, you can call 310Mental Health Support at 310-6789 (no area code required) at anytime.
For dedicated crisis line support for First Nations, call KUU-US Crisis Line: Adult/Elder: 250-723-4050, Child/Youth: 250-723-2040
Your plan may have an Employee Family Assistance Program. Talk to your employer, or plan details can be found anytime on our website or mobile app.
Your plan may have counselling and psychology coverage. Talk to your employer, or plan details can be found anytime on our website or mobile app.
Your plan may include 24/7 access to health practitioners, a care manager, referrals to specialists and prescription medication home delivery.
Programs that help with stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia or alcohol and substance use may be covered by your plan.
From worries about job security and layoffs to the risks of stress and burnout due to overwork, the coronavirus pandemic has affected all of us.
To help you manage and navigate these difficult times, the following digital mental health therapy for COVID-19 anxiety is available to you. Free. Anytime. Anywhere
The Government of Canada is providing access to free online resources, tools, apps and connections to trained volunteers and qualified mental health professionals when needed.
Guidance that can help with pandemic-related emotional concerns, through easy-to digest resources from our team of caring clinical psychologists.
Free support app for parents, caregivers and people with living with health conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
First Nations in BC have access to mental health programs offered by Health Benefits and Indigenous Services Canada.
HeretoHelp includes a selection of personal stories, a library of self-help resources, and information about how to get help now.