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British Columbians urged to check in on their mental health
3 August 2017

British Columbians will soon be invited to check in and take action on their mental health thanks to a generous airtime donation by the province’s broadcasters.

Coping through a natural disaster emergency
12 July 2017

Being forced from one’s home by a natural disaster is a rare occurrence that most of us will never face. However, tens of thousands of British Columbians are going through…

November 29 is Giving Tuesday!
7 July 2017

It’s your chance to show CMHA some love. CMHA could not carry out its important work without support like yours. After losing her brother to suicide and living with her…

Get ready to #GETLOUD for CMHA Mental Health Week
7 July 2017

Time to work on your outside voice! Get ready to Get Loud this May 1-7 for the 66th annual CMHA Mental Health Week.

Does social media make us more lonely?
7 July 2017

People are fascinated by strange paradoxes. The idea that social media makes us more lonely sounds enticing because it seems true on first observation, and because it contradicts the purpose…

Stressed at work? Learn how to avoid stress burnout
7 July 2017

Stress affects us all at some point during our lives. At moderate levels, stress can motivate us, and is perfectly healthy. However, stress extended for long durations of time can…

Finding hope in uncertain times: Five tips on coping with change
27 June 2017

Vancouver, B.C. – It seems there is a lot more uncertainty in the world today: government leaders around the globe divide opinions, concerns of terrorism are on the rise, and…

Telus donates youth-focused mental health app to CMHA
12 April 2017

Today, at the Healthy Minds Healthy Campuses Summit in Vancouver, TELUS announced the donation of its new iOS mindfulness app, thinkFull, to CMHA bC

Joining forces to build psychologically safe and healthy municipalities
4 April 2017

The Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division (CMHA BC) and the British Columbia Municipal Safety Association (BCMSA) have partnered to offer a suite of workplace mental health awareness and training…

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