Mental health shapes how we experience life. Sometimes, we may not know we’re experiencing challenges in this area. Find resources to support mental health.
Our mental health is one of the most important parts of our overall health. It affects how we feel, what we say and how we act. The following resources can help support your mental health.
Mental Health Continuum Guide
This mental health continuum guide can help you determine whether your mental health might be at risk and provides quick tips and tools for how you can help yourself depending on where you land on the continuum.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
This is a self-designed prevention and wellness process aimed at addressing physical, mental health and life issues. To register for one of these virtual sessions, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or learn more through their website.
How to stay resilient in times of uncertainty
Resiliency is the ability to thrive in times of change and uncertainty. You can start building your resilience today. Learn tips on how to stay resilient in times of uncertainty.
MindWellU: 30-day mindfulness challenge (Take 5)
Learn how to practice mindfulness through MindWellU’s 30-day mindfulness program. Registration is free for all Fraser Health employees and medical staff and their families.
Sign up on the Fraser Health MindWellU registration page.
Starling Minds mental fitness program
The Starling Minds mental fitness program is an easy-to-use and helpful tool to manage your well-being. Registration is free for all Fraser Health employees and medical staff and their families. It is a digital cognitive behavioural therapy program designed to help you understand the connection between your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
Sign up on the Starling Minds registration page using access code: FHAWELLNESS
Fraser Health educational opportunities for employees
The following courses will give you the skills to provide emotional help to yourself and others.
Fraser Health mental wellness page
Self-care, such as eating a balanced diet, regular exercise and socializing with family and friends, is important to staying healthy. Read our mental wellness resource to learn more.
BounceBack® is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ deal with stress, anxiety and depression. Gain access to online tools or connect with a coach by phone and receive support in taking care of your mental wellness. For more information, visit the Bounce Back website.
Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre – mental health support for kids and their families
The BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre provides free mental health and substance use information and resources, and offers assistance with mental health system navigation and peer support to children, youth and their families across British Columbia. These services are also extended to people of all ages with eating disorders or eating concerns. For more information, visit Kelty Mental Health, call 1-800-665-1822 or email.
Here to Help BC
Here to Help BC offers trusted information about mental well-being, mental illness and substance use as well as screening self-tests that allow you to look at and explore strategies to manage your mental health. You can also access information about how to support a loved one. For more information, visit the HereToHelpBC website.
Peer-to-peer psychological first aid
Our peer-to-peer psychological first aid tool provides simple guidance if you need to provide an in-the-moment response to a colleagues or staff member who needs support. Please find additional tools here.