Mental Health Resources

Depression and Anxiety

If you or someone you know is often moody, negative or sad, they may be experiencing depression. Depression is treatable through a variety of support services, medications prescribed by your physician, and even by things you can do yourself like exercise and an active wellness plan.

Find out more about depression at:
Canadian Mental Health Association North and West Vancouver Branch

Anxiety is when your worry snowballs and it becomes obsessive or affects you physically like a rapid heartbeat or hot flashes. Similar to depression, there are many types of anxiety and not all are considered a mental illness. But if you are concerned that feelings of anxiousness are impacting your life, there is a variety of support available.

You can find out more about anxiety at:
Canadian Mental Health Association North and West Vancouver Branch

 Anxiety BC

Bounce Back is an evidence-based program designed to help youth and adults experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression, low mood, or stress, with or without anxiety. It is offered for free through-out BC. You can find out more about The Bounce Back program by speaking with you physician or by visiting

The Bounce Back Program

Heads Up Guys provides strategies for managing depression


HeadsUpGuys