- Anxiety Canada
Formerly AnxietyBC, Anxiety Canada is a leading website in developing online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety and anxiety disorders. Link to the Mindshift app.
- Anxiety Canada Youth
Formerly AnxietyBC, Anxiety Canada Youth is an excellent resource to look through with/or provide to adolescents. Information regarding healthy thinking, facing fears, and relaxation strategies are presented in a developmentally appropriate and engaging way.
- Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba- ADAM
A charitable, self-help organization offering support and education. Videos on disorders including children with anxiety, resources, and relaxation audio and videos.
- Canadian Mental Health Association
Information and brochures regarding a wide variety of mental illnesses; Mental Health for All Conference.
- eMental Health
Resources, info sheets, screening tools, and assistance with finding help.
- Helping Your Kindergartener with Separation Anxiety
The first days of school are often tough for both young children and parents. AnxietyBC and the UBC Anxiety Projects Lab teamed up to produce this entertaining 3 minute short animation showing you how to support your child in making an easier transition t
- MATC Teen Mental Health Toolkit
Healthy Child Manitoba has developed this toolkit to provide relevant, stakeholder-driven, accessible resources for first-contact providers working with youth who have common mental health concerns.
- Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba
Support, education, and advocacy group for individuals living with mental illnesses.
- Mood Disorders Society of Canada
Information regarding mental illnesses, support resources, and research.
- National Alliance for Grieving Children
Resources and videos to help support children who are grieving.
- Wellbeing Guide
The information and tools on this site are intended as a guide to support you to achieve a greater sense of well-being in six domains: being active, social, positive, curious, purposeful, and mindful. Links to other websites and plenty of articles in the resources section.