The Canadian Mental Health Association provides mental health promotion and mental illness recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families.
- Unity House Clubhouse
- Mental Health Advocacy
- Consumer Development Program (CDP)
- Supportive Employment
- Confident Parents: Thriving Kids – A family-focused, telephone-based coaching service for parents and caregivers, effective in reducing mild to moderate behavioral challenges and promoting healthy child development in children ages 3 – 12.
- Bounce Back®: For Adults and Youth – A free, evidence-based program designed to help adults experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression, low mood, or stress, with or without anxiety.
- Living Life to the Full – An eight-session, 12-hour mental health promotion course designed to help people deal with low mood, anxiety, stress and everyday life challenges.
- Thrive Learning Centre – Thrive provides an innovative learning space where anyone can access free workshops to lean, gain new skills and connect with others in their community.
- Living Life to the Full for Youth – Our fun and interactive course has been shown to improve mood and well-being and reduce stress and anxiety. It offers tools for building problem solving skills, anger and anxiety management skills, social support, self-esteem and healthy thinking.
- Janice Lee Blue Wave Bursary – This post-secondary bursary program is open to BC youth under the age of 20 who have experienced a significant mental health or substance use problem.
- Talk Today – Talk Today is a mental health education program designed to help athletes and their supporters learn about mental health and to help support players who may be struggling or at risk of suicide.
- Scholarships and Bursaries – Several scholarships and bursaries are available each year to BC adults, 20 years of age or older, who are living with a mental illness or addiction.
- Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses – Supports BC campuses in developing networks, activities and policies to promote mental health and healthier relationships with alcohol and other drugs among post-secondary students.