Family plays a central role in many people’s lives. The wellbeing of your family, as a whole, can be foundational to the wellness of each family member.
For many people, health and wellbeing starts at home. Different things can contribute to the mental health of family members, like daily life or larger life events. If you are a parent or caregiver, you may be looking for ways to encourage the wellbeing of your family.
Support family wellbeing
- Learn about healthy living strategies.
- Download a wellbeing toolkit for families.
- Find youth services for mental health and wellbeing.
- Read the First Nations Health Authority’s Family Connections booklet to learn about attachment and bonding and how it can support the wellbeing of your family.
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Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre
Provides mental health and substance use information, resources, help with mental health system navigation, and peer support to children, youth and their families from across BC. Support is also available to people of all ages with eating disorders or disordered eating concerns.<br /><br />Support is available by phone, email or in person at the centre. Services include educational events for parents, caregivers, and school and health professionals.
4555 Heather Street, Vancouver, BC
Free programs that help B.C. families and caregivers who are parenting children and youth facing mental health challenges.
EASE at Home
EASE (Everyday Anxiety Strategies for Educators) at Home offers helpful tips for parents, like how to teach children calming breathing techniques.
Mind Map BC
Find LGBTQ2+ services and resources you can trust.