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Helpful Links

Web sites and links relating to youth mental health:

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

http://www.cmha.ca/bins/index.asp

Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH)

http://www.camh.net

Child, Youth and Family Resources

http://www.camh.net/About_Addiction_Mental_Health/Child_Youth_Family_Resources/index.html

Talking About Mental Illness resource

http://www.camh.net/education/Resources_teachers_schools/TAMI/tami_teachers_appendices.pdf

Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement

http://www.engagementcentre.ca/

Youth Perspectives on Mental Health

http://www.engagementcentre.ca/files/MentalHealth1pager_e.pdf

The F.O.R.C.E Society for Kids Mental Health (Families Organized for Recognition and Care Equality)

http://www.bckidsmentalhealth.org/

The F.O.R.C.E. Society aims to promote and influence change in intervention and equality of care in children’s mental health.

Kettle Friendship Society

http://www.thekettle.ca/

Enhancing the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness.

The McCreary Centre Society

http://www.mcs.bc.ca/

The McCreary Centre Society is a small non-profit organization concerned with the health of young people in British Columbia. Since 1977 McCreary has conducted community-based research and projects addressing current youth health issues.

Pacific Centre Family Services Association

http://www.pacificcentrefamilyservices.org/

e-counselling service for youth

http://www.pacificcentrefamilyservices.org/email_youth_counselling.php

Young Minds (UK)

http://www.youngminds.org.uk/young-people

The voice for young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Youth Net

http://www.youthnet.on.ca

Youth Net/Réseau Ado is a bilingual mental health program run by youth for youth. The goal is to involve as many people as possible between the ages of 13 and 20 in the promotion of youth mental health. As well, the program helps people identify early signs of mental illness so that they can take the next step to get help.