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 Home Logo   What is Mental Health?

Mental health includes our emotional and social well being. It affects how we think, feel and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, build relationships, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood through to adulthood.

Mental health challenges can affect us all and may include difficulties in thinking, mood and behaviour, but help is available.

 If you or someone you know is looking for resources, information, or tools to support positive mental health and wellbeing, please navigate your way though the buttons below.


Other Services

Crisis Services

Child & Adolescent Services

Adult Services

Mental Health Services for the Elderly

Contact Information 


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For a full list of resources in our area, check out the
updated 2017 Canadian Mental Health Association's
Mental Health Guide for the Interlake-Eastern Region



Frequently Asked Questions

Crisis Services:

When would someone call the 24 Hour Crisis Line?

What can I expect when I call Mobile Crisis Services?

What can I expect after I call the Mobile Crisis Unit?

What do I do if I need to call outside of the Mobile Crisis unit's hours?

Is anyone having a crisis welcome to stay or must I be from the town it is located in?

Can I go to school and stay at the Crisis Stabilization Unit?

Can I bring my children to the Crisis Stabilization Unit?

Can I have my phone while staying at the Crisis Stabilization Unit?

Will I be seeing a doctor or psychiatrist during my stay at the Crisis Stabilization Unit?

Child & Adolescent Services:

What do I tell my child/adolescent before going to the appointment?

What if my child/adolescent will not talk when we get to the appointment?

What do I do if my child/adolescent will not come to the appointment?

Are the things that are discussed with my child/adolescent kept confidential?

How do I help my anxious child/adolescent if I struggle with anxiety myself?

Adult Services:

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

Is medication the only way that mood problems can be treated?

Is there a fee to be involved with the Community Mental Health program?

How do I get referred to the Community Mental Health program? 

Mental Health Services for the Elderly:

I am an older adult... what are signs that I should retire from driving?

What are the differences between normal aging and dementia?

What is power of attorney?

What is an enduing power of attorney?

What can I expect from an Adult Day Program?

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