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.
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Below, you will find general information on promoting positive mental health along with the contact information for Crisis Services.
If you feel overwhelmed, talk to a counsellor or another trusted person in your community (e.g. religious leader, or community elder).
Central Intake can connect you with Child and Adolescent services, Adult services and Mental Health Services for the Elderly. Please call the number below for any inquiries and to access services. 1-866-757-6205 | 204-785-7752
A consistent self-care practice is a crucial step in achieving and maintaining positive mental health. Self-care is all the things you do to take care of your physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological health.
In these times of quickly moving communication and uncertainty, you are encouraged to not only have empathy and compassion for your friends, family, and the general population, but also for yourselves. Please take the time to watch this video on self-compassion. It speaks volumes to the current common human experience we are all facing.
Mental Health Resource Guide
Mental Health First Aider
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Mental health challenges can affect us all and may include difficulties in thinking, mood and behavior, but help is available.