The BC Partners are a group of seven leading provincial and national mental health and addictions non-profit agencies: Anxiety Canada, BC Schizophrenia Society, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, Canadian Mental Health Association’s BC Division, The Institute of Families, Family Services of the North Shore’s Jessie’s Legacy Program and Mood Disorders Association of BC. The HeretoHelp is a joint website of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information.
Education without Borders (EwB) provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk children through initiatives in South Africa and Canada, including after-school support programs in Math, English, Science, school leadership and youth mentorship. Visit Education Without Borders website.
The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM) was formed in 1986 by and for people with anxiety disorders. Its Mission is to reduce the impact of anxiety disorders upon all Manitobans.
The MDABC provides treatment, support, education, and hope of recovery for people living with a mood disorder. It serves to build awareness and understanding in communities throughout the province, reaching out to as many people as possible.
FamilySmart comes along-side young people and families to provide support, navigation assistance and information and then invites them and professionals to come-alongside each other to learn with and from each other to enhance the quality of experiences and services for child and youth mental health.
Family Services of the North Shore has provided education, support, and counselling to heal and connect the North Shore community for sixty years. The Agency serves three municipalities: the City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, the District of West Vancouver, as well as the Village of Lions Bay, and Bowen Island. It also leads the provincial work in the prevention of eating disorders.
The Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR), formerly the Centre for Addictions Research of BC, is a network of individuals and groups dedicated to the study of substance use and addiction in support of community-wide efforts to promote health and reduce harm. Our research is used to inform a broad range of projects, reports, publications and initiatives aimed at providing all people in BC and beyond with access to happier, healthier lives, whether using substances or not.
Anxiety Canada funds programs and services through donations and grants. We receive support for health literacy through the BC Provincial Health Services Authority.