Helpful Mental Health Information Websites

Bounce Back

This evidence-based program is designed to help youth and adults experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression or anxiety. Sponsored by CMHA-BC Division, it is available for free across BC. Participants learn skills to help combat unhelpful thinking, manage worry and anxiety, and become more active and assertive. Living Life to the full DVD, telephone coaching and an online program are available. 


Moodgym is like an interactive self-help book which helps you to learn and practice skills which can help to prevent and manage symptoms of depression and anxiety. Teaches cognitive behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with depression.

Here to Help

This is the website of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions. This site provides help for individuals, families and professionals. Self-screening, information sheets, general resources, quick links and news updates. Visit the website or fact sheets and other useful information.


A self-screening tool for a variety of mental health concerns. It provides relevant and trustworthy information and support options including online and in-person services. See the self-help resources page. 

Mood Disorders Association of B.C.

MDA BC has support groups and other programs for people living with depression or other mood disorders across BC. To find a group in your community, visit their website or call 604-873-0103.

Anxiety BC

Visit Anxiety BC for self-help information and fantastic resources like the Mind Shift App. 

Kelty Mental Health

B.C.’s information source for children, families and youth. Find information for parents on navigating the mental health system with their children/youth.

Mind Your Mind

Mind Your Mind is a community for younger people who are learning to take charge of their mental health. You can read stories and interviews, learn more about mental health, check out a toolbox of skills and find resources. You can find them at: 

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Vancouver-Burnaby


Faith-based Resources

Hope for Mental Health (USA)

Mental Health Ministries (USA)

Started by a United Methodist Minister who lives with depression and had a vision of producing high quality resources to reduce the stigma of mental illness in our faith communities. 

Mental Health Grace Alliance (USA)

Marja Bergen (BC)

Author, mental health activist, follower of Christ and founder of Living Room. Subscribe to Marja’s weekly devotional and purchase her books from her website.

Interfaith/Spirituality Resources - Pathways to Promise, Spirit of Recovery 


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