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Collaboration Mental Health’s Child and Youth Mental Health Toolkits for Health Care Providers
Offers healthcare providers with the “Child and Youth Mental Health Toolkits” on ADHD, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Behavioural Problems, Mood Disorders, Psychosis, Trauma, Substance Use and Addictions as well as information on Healthy Child Development, Separation and Divorce. There are general and specific screening tools, healthcare provider-supported patient education and self-management tools.
Collaborative Mental Health Care in Canada: Child & Youth Toolkit on Anxiety
Anxiety toolkit designed for healthcare professionals with identification and treatment, screening tools and symptom checklists, self-management tools, and recommended books, websites and resources to support patients/clients.
Collaborative Mental Health Care: Toolkits
Practical, user-friendly resource for screening, assessment and treatment of child and youth mental health problems commonly presenting in primary care.
Collaborative Problem Solving (in the know)
In this session, Ross Robinson will give a broad overview on what the Collaborative Problem Solving method is and how it can be an effective strategy for families to use in their home. Victoria Keddis and Karen Copeland will give concrete examples of how this method has been used in their own families.
Community Healthcare and Resource Directory (CHARD)
CHARD is a secure, web-based service for health care providers and their assistants to find detailed information on healthcare specialists and resources, including up-to-date versions of referral forms and instructions to patients.
Concurrent Disorders Quick Reference Sheet
A list of the top websites, books, videos, toolkits and support services.
Concurrent substance use and mental health disorders: An information guide
This guide is for people with concurrent disorders, their families, and anyone who wants basic information about concurrent disorders, their treatment, and their management.
Conduct Disorder (American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry)
Resources for families and clinical professionals on Conduct Disorder.
Confident Parents: Thriving Kids
Confident Parents: Thriving Kids is a family-focused coaching service effective in reducing mild to moderate behavioural problems and promoting healthy child development in children ages 3-12. Confident Parents: Thriving Kids is delivered via telephone by trained coaches whose role is to empower parents and/or caregivers to serve as the primary change agent for their children.
Connecting with Babies About Mental Illness (The Children of Parents with Mental Illness)
Whether it’s you or your partner who’s well, unwell or becoming well, how you communicate with your baby is really important. Even tiny babies can pick up on and react to situations you might not notice.
Consortium for Organizational Mental Healthcare (C.O.M.H.)
Toolkits to address mental health and substance use issues. Provides a list of workbooks on various topics including: Coping with Suicidal Thoughts; Dealing With Depression; Relaxation Audio Tape.
Coping with Anxiety During Pregnancy and Following the Birth
Coping with anxiety during pregnancy and following the birth is a CBT-based guide for women and their health care providers. The guide aims to educate women and health care providers about the signs and symptoms of anxiety, looks at the different available and effective treatments and helps women become active participants in their own treatment and recovery by learning and using specific coping skills and making positive life changes.
Coping with depression during pregnancy and following the birth: a cognitive behaviour therapy-based self-management guide for women
Coping with Depression During Pregnancy and After the Birth is a CBT-based guide for women and their health care providers. The guide covers the signs and symptoms of depression before and after birth, available treatment options, and strategies for empowering women to become active participants in their own treatment and recovery using specific exercises and lifestyle changes.
Coping with Depression in Young People: A Guide for Parents
Describes the normal steps parents go through in coming to terms with depression in their children, from first noticing something is wrong, to accessing professional treatment, to surviving a very emotional time for the whole family. Carol Fitzpatrick & John Sharry , 2004, 978-0470857557
Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery
Has information on self-harm and resources for people who self-harm for parents, caregivers and friends.
Cruse Bereavement Care
Promotes the well-being of bereaved people and enables anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. Includes general information, information for military families, as well as, booklets and fact sheets.
Culturally Connected
This resource helps health professionals develop a cultural humility approach to support culturally and linguistically diverse clients. Use this tool to learn skills and see how they can be applied in practice.

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.