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In this section, you will find resources for getting help when you need it most. For tips on preventing and preparing for mental health emergencies, please see our page on Coping with Mental Health Crises and Emergencies.

Are you in crisis or an emergency?

If you are in an emergency, or feel that you or someone else is at risk of harm, please contact someone immediately:

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If you are worried, confused or just need someone to talk to, there is help available:

Looking for community support services?

We’re here to help in communities across BC. For mental health information and to connect with supports and resources in your community, contact your local Canadian Mental Health Association.

Interior Region – Supporting our Families

Are you caring for a child/youth or dependent adult up to age 25? Are you feeling overwhelmed as a result of mental health and/or substance use issues of your loved one? Do you need help in navigating the mental health/substance use system and accessing community supports in the BC Interior? If so, CMHA’s Family Navigation and Take a Break services may be for you.

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Keep Safe Connections (local emergency and ongoing support)

Be informed about resources, including how to access and what services are offered. If the resource is being used for suicide safety, ensure they are: able to help with suicide safety, approachable in accepting suicide connections, and available (knowing when they are available, length of wait time etc.)

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Crisis Information

Find the resources quickly if you or someone you know are in an emergency or crisis.

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