Youth to Adult Healthcare Transition Resources
Mental Health Resources
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Some common signs of a mental health condition.
A non-urgent service to help people navigate the addiction and mental health system, that explores options with clients and directs or refers to the most appropriate resource.
Offers assessment by a psychiatrist for people 16 years and older with below average intelligence and a mental health problem. Offers consultation and works with caregivers and community agencies. Medical referral required.
Get the facts about mental illness and learn about the mental health services and supports offered by CMHA (i.e. Youth Smart & Discovery College).
Provides confidential, non-judgmental peer support for youth by phone, email, text or online chat.
A 24 hour crisis line where you will find an open mind and a caring ear.
Provides client-centered services that promote the abilities of adults with a mental illness through skill development, counselling and social/recreational programs.
Provides transition support to youth 16-24 years of age, who are struggling with mental health issues and require assistance to transition from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services into adulthood. A referral through Access Mental Health or another professional is needed.
Offers young people, ages 12-24, health and wellness resources, services and supports both online and through integrated service centres in communities across BC.
Provides services to young adults between 16-24 years who are experiencing mental health concerns, issues with wellbeing, and barriers to service.
Mental Health First Aid Canada
Courses to improve mental health literacy, and offer the skills and knowledge needed to help family members, friends or colleagues who are struggling with mental health problems.
A confidential, anonymous service offering crisis intervention, information about mental health programs and services, and referrals to other agencies if needed.
A space for youth and young adults (14-24) to find support when going through tough times.
An app & book that provides students with information on topics including time management, relationships, sexual activity, mental illness, suicide and addictions.
Teen Mental Health
A video about the life of someone with OCD and how individuals around them can help.
Reliable information about youth addiction and mental health from MyHealth.Alberta.
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