BCMHSUS provides a diverse range of provincial specialized one-of-a-kind mental health and substance use services; and provincial leadership for system-wide improvements through their work in health promotion & illness prevention, knowledge exchange, research and academic teaching.
BCMHSUS operates throughout the province in various locations. The central offices, and many programs and services are located in the Mental Health Building at the Children and Women's Health Centre of BC in Vancouver.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), BC Division exists to promote the mental health of British Columbians and support the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
They do this through, advocacy, education, community-based research and services, as well as the support they provide to the 14 CMHA branches throughout BC.
HeretoHelp is a project of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information.
They are a group of seven leading mental health and addictions non-profit agencies. Since 2003, they have been working together to help people live well and better prevent and manage mental health and substance use problems.
BC Partners work is funded by BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services, an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority. They also receive some additional support from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre is a provincial resource centre that provides mental health and substance use information, resources, and peer support to children, youth and their families from across BC. They also provide peer support to people of all ages with eating disorders. All of their services are free of charge, and you can reach them over the phone, in person, or through email. The resource centre is available Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
BC Children’s Hospital, Mental Health Building,
Room P3-302 (3rd Floor)
4500 Oak Street Street,
Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1
Toll Free: 1-800-665-1822
The Kettle Society supports people living with mental illness to lead healthier lives by:
The Kettle provides over 3,600 individuals with 26 services, a mental health drop-in, a transition house for women and over 200 units of supported housing.
The Kettle is committed to practical and non-judgemental harm reduction strategies in all its work, as it has been for over 35 years.
The Kettle has a holistic approach that views physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life as interconnected and equally important.