Heads up! Did you know that positive mental health helps you learn better? Learn more about caring for your mental health; managing stress and anxiety; test anxiety and study tips; substance abuse; eating disorders; depression; psychosis; suicide; and OCD. Find out where to get help! Find out how to help a friend. Click on the icons below for more information.
Child and Teen Mental Health
The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre (http://keltymentalhealth.ca/) is located at BC Children's Hospital. Access mental health information for youth, families, and educational and health care professionals. Other languages: click on the tabs at the top of the page.
Kelty Eating Disorders (http://keltyeatingdisorders.ca/) provides eating disorder information and resources to support people of all ages in BC and their families, friends, educators and and healthcare providers.
Have you ever wondered things like why do you feel so sad, or why do you worry so much? Mind check (http://mindcheck.ca/) provides quizzes, personal stories, and "what to look for" resources to help you check your stress, mood, anxiety, eating, and reality.
Psychosis describes conditions affecting the mind in which there has been a loss of contact with reality. Psychosis Sucks! (http://www.psychosissucks.ca) promotes early detection, educates about psychosis and provides direction for seeking help.
Problem gambling is any gambling behaviour that compromises disrupts or damages one or more areas of a person’s life. The BC Responsible & Problem Gambling Program (http://www.bcresponsiblegambling.ca/problem-gambling/) provides gambling information and resources.
Find Out More
BC's Ministry of Health provides links to toll-free mental health and substance abuse information lines (https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/health/managing-your-health/mental-health-substance-use/healthy-minds-healthy-people).
For additional information about SD43 community partners and services providers providing specialized support to students and families, visit this page.