A brief assessment and personalized interpretation on your anger score.

Strategies and solutions to help you cope with anger from the Canadian Mental Heath Association.

Is it time to see a therapist? A brief questionnaire to help you determine your overall mental health and break the unhealthy cognitive, emotional and behavioural patterns.

Test your Mental Health by taking this short and fun assessment brought to you by Canadian Mental Health Association.

Are you stressed out? Stress is a normal human reaction that happens to everyone, as long as your taking care of your self mentally and physically. Take this quiz and find out what your stress index is!

Yes, achieving a work life balance can be challenging, but can you tell when you’re a bit off-kilter? Take the quiz and find out about your own personal balance.

A resource guide to helping you get back in balance with the overload of life’s stresses.

A few minutes can change your day. A guided medication and mindfulness app.

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) resource guide and techniques to facing distress.

World-class mental health course and resources for effective overall wellness for all.

Mental health and substance use information and resources is a click away.

A platform to help enhance your knowledge on mental health, obtain access to events and educational resources, as well as finding a qualified counsellor near you.

Information for you or someone you know who may be experiencing violence or abuse

A juggler who uses YouTube to educate others about mental health while teaching people how to juggle

A free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry: or

Free mental health and substance use support.

How to Practice Self-Care: 10+ Worksheets and 12 Ideas.

Resources to learn more about mindfulness, how it might help, and to try out simple practices.

Links and Resources offered by the Canadian Mental Health Association

Resources page of the Canadian Labour Congress on mental health at work and why mental health matters to unions.

Virtual services are available for British Columbians who are experiencing anxiety, depression or other mental health challenges.

A Resource Guide from CBC


Mental Health for Leaders and Mental Health for Individuals is a series of modules to help you recognize mental health and addiction issues, signs, and symptoms, and how to assist you and your fellow crew and union members get the support needed to be mentally, physically, and emotionally well, both at work and at home.