Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Challenges Are A Part of Entrepreneurship. 

Here are some resources to help you maintain your mental heatlh and access any supports that you require, either now or in the future. Please share these resources with others, as they may serve as a helpful tool for them or someone they know.

If you...

  • are a victim of domestic violence

call 1-800-563-0808 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • are expriencing feelings of distress or despair, including thoughts of suicide 

call 1-800-784-2433

  • need emotional support, information and resources specific to mental health 

call 310-6789

  • need culturally-aware crisis support for Indigenous peoples in B.C 

call 1-800-588-8717

Anxiety Canada: Free evidence based mental health relief

Asking About Mental Health: A guide to help you start conversations with your peers about mental heatlh 

Bounceback Skill Building Program: The Bounceback program is a free skill-building program to help adults and youth manage depression, anxiety, stress, or worry

Canadian Mental Health Association: The CMHA has tools, resources, and training to help you learn about mental heatlh and mental illness

Crisis Center: Learn about coping and self care

Family Mental Health Navigation: FamilySmart provides parent peer support and child/youth mental health navigation resources

Mental Health Check In: Check in with the Canadian Mental Health Association and learn how they could help you

Mental Health & Substance Abuse: A guide created by the Government of BC for mental health and substance abuse supports 

Mental Health Supports for Indigenous Peoples: A guide for mental health and cultural supports

Mental Health Supports for Parents: The Government of BC compiled a list of EASE (Everyday Anxiety Strategies for Educators) to help parents and caregivers

Mental Health Supports for Seniors: BC211 offers programs, a support line, and other resources to improve the mental health of seniors

Never Alone: A Community Futures client started this business to raise awareness and conversation about mental health.

Virtual Mental Health Supports: A list from the Government of BC of virtual mental health supports available during COVID-19

VictimLink BC: Supports for victims of family or sexual violence


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