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COVID-19 Response:  During the current health emergency, answering our crisis phone lines and online chats is our top priority. We may take a little longer to reply to business-related calls and emails. Thank you for your patience.

 

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World Mental Health Day

By Stacy Ashton, Executive Director A side-effect of unprecedented experiences is you learn unexpected lessons. Assumptions are tested against

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A Mutual Exchange of Teachings: Indigenous Mindfulness Program

By Gary Hutton, Indigenous Mindfulness Program Project Coordinator My name is Gary Hutton, I am of Nehiyaw (Cree) descent

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Immediate access to barrier-free, non-judgemental, confidential support and follow-up to youth, adults, and seniors through 24/7 phone lines and online services.

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Our programs and services are volunteer-powered. Volunteering is a great way to make a contribution to your community and gain valuable skills and experience.

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Join us by making and financial contribution and help respond to the mental health crisis and in fostering compassionate, connected, suicide-safer communities.

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Distress Phone Services

Our 24/7 distress phone service provides support to vulnerable individuals across British Columbia. We offer services through our 24/7 distress phone lines. Learn More

Online Distress Services

Web-based chat services for youth and adults in distress available 7 days a week from noon – 1am across BC and the Yukon. Learn More

Education & Training

Education and training to increase awareness about suicide, strengthen intervention skills, facilitate growth and recovery after a suicide experience and provide empowering tools for resiliency. Learn More