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Family Pack
A comprehensive and evaluated set of resources meeting mental health literacy needs of families, including youth focused mini-magazines on specific mental disorders; parenting your teen; and teening your parent as well as specific resources for youth whose parent or sibling has a mental disorder.
Family Toolkit (Here to Help)
The Family Toolkit was designed to assist families in caring for a family member with a mental illness by providing information and practical resources
findSupport BC
findSupport BC connects families of persons with disabilities with resources available to them, including mental health supports.
Gender Inclusive Washrooms--talk by Nathan Strayed
Nathan is a trans* masculine identified individual. In this talk he will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the trans community and what we can do to help these individuals feel safe in public space.
Get More From Meetings - The Surprising Steps to Collaboration (in the know)
Families whose children have mental health challenges often go to a lot of meetings about their children and these meetings are a vital link to receiving much needed support. We believe the keys to these meetings are collaboration and the emotional work that supports it. This session will give you steps to feel more supported throughout the process so you come away from meetings feeling heard and respected. The result will be more cooperation and clear plans for moving forward.
HealthyMinds App
HealthyMinds is a problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with stresses you encounter both on and off campus. The goal: Keeping your mind healthy.
Here to Help
Provides information about mental illness and substance use issues.
How to talk to your child about their disorder (in the know)
This webinar explores kids and mental health challenges: what every parent should know, when to seek help for your child and having "that" conversation: what to keep in mind.
I. Par où les familles peuvent-elles commencer? Assistance aux enfants et aux adolescents présentant des défis de santé mentale (Part 1: Where can Families Start? System Navigation Video - In French)
This video describes British Columbia’s mental health system and four different professionals families can connect with if they are concerned about their child or youth's mental health.
Translation: en
I. 家庭可以從何開始?支援有精神健康問題的兒童及青少年 (Part 1: Where can Families Start? System Navigation Video - in Cantonese/Traditional Chinese)
This video describes British Columbia’s mental health system and four different professionals families can connect with if they are concerned about their child or youth's mental health.
Translation: en
I. 가족은 어디서 시작할 수 있나요? 정신 건강 문제가 있는 어린이와 청소년 지원 (Part 1: Where can Families Start? System Navigation Video - in Korean)
This video describes British Columbia’s mental health system and four different professionals families can connect with if they are concerned about their child or youth's mental health.
Translation: en
I.受困家庭可以从哪里开始着手?为存在精神健康问题的儿童及青少年提供支援 (Part 1: Where can Families Start? System Navigation Video in Mandarin/Simplified Chinese)
This video describes British Columbia’s mental health system and four different professionals families can connect with if they are concerned about their child or youth's mental health.
Translation: en
II. Qu'est-ce que les familles sont en droit d'attendre tout au long de ce processus? Assistance aux enfants et aux adolescents présentant des défis de santé mentale (Part 2: What can Families Expect Along the Way? System Navigation Video - in French)
This video describes what families can expect when they meet with a health professional about their child’s mental health for the first time, and how to prepare themselves and their child for that first meeting.
Translation: en
II. 受困家庭可以预期获得哪些帮助?为存在精神健康问题的儿童及青少年提供支援 (Part 2: What can Families Expect Along the Way? System Navigation Video - in Mandarin/Simplified Chinese)
This video describes what families can expect when they meet with a health professional about their child’s mental health for the first time, and how to prepare themselves and their child for that first meeting.
Translation: en
II. 家庭之後可以怎麼做?支援有精神健康問題的兒童及青少年 (Part 2: What can Families Expect Along the Way? System Navigation Video - in Cantonese/Traditional Chinese)
This video describes what families can expect when they meet with a health professional about their child’s mental health for the first time, and how to prepare themselves and their child for that first meeting.
Translation: en
II. 가족은 도중에 무엇을 기대할 수 있나요? 정신 건강 문제가 있는 어린이와 청소년 지원 (Part 2: What can Families Expect Along the Way? System Navigation Video - in Korean)
This video describes what families can expect when they meet with a health professional about their child’s mental health for the first time, and how to prepare themselves and their child for that first meeting.
Translation: en
In Our Hands
Free resources related to mental health challenges and disorders, including eating disorders and self harm.
Just Ask! My Brother/Sister Has a Mental Illness
A Guide for Young People Ages 11-16

BC Children's Hospital

This is an agency of Provincial Health Services Authority, providing provincial tertiary mental health services to the citizens of British Columbia. Programs include: Adult Tertiary Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatric Services, Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Women’s Reproductive Mental Health, as well as the Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Program for children and youth located at the BC Children’s Hospital.

Provincial Health Services Authority

Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) is one of six health authorities – the other five health authorities serve geographic regions of BC.

Ministry of Health

British Columbia Ministry of Health

RBC Children's Mental Health Project

RBC Children’s Mental Health Project is RBC's cornerstone “health and wellness” pillar; RBC Children’s Mental Heath Project is a multi-year philanthropic commitment to support community-based and hospital programs that reduce stigma, provide early intervention and increase public awareness about children’s mental health issues.

BC Children's Hospital Foundation

Through a wide range of fundraising events and opportunities, The BC Children's Hospital Foundation is united with its donors by a single, simple passion - to improve the health and the lives of the young people who enter BC Children's Hospital every day.