You don’t have to stand alone!
Our team is proud to participate in the ReachOut! Whistler Campaign, conceived by our friends at Whistler Community Services Society and Arts Whistler. It’s OK to not be OK. We are here to help!
There are many places to find free or low-cost mental health & wellness support, both in person and online.
Outreach Services – Whistler Community Services Society:
Confidential support for those experiencing challenges with mental health, financial insecurity, advocacy, physical health and injury, housing, food insecurity, substance use, employment, family/friend relationships, parenting support or support for those experiencing violence/conflict in relationships.
Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | In-person and virtual appointments available | Call 604-932-0113 or book online at mywcss.org/contact-outreach
The Sea to Sky Healing Project – A Toolkit For Mental Health In Uncertain Times:
This is a toolkit in the truest sense. It is a collection of carefully selected online videos, podcasts, articles, diagrams, tips, and insight in to how we can deal with stress, anxiety, and depression in our lives. Our hope is that everyone can find a number of tools that they can rely on at any given moment inside this toolkit.
VCH Mental Health and Substance Use Services:
Accessible and compassionate services include treatment planning, counselling, referrals to other supports and resources.
Call the intake assessment line for initial consultation.
Call: 604-698-6455 | Free services may be provided if approved through the intake assessment.
BC’s 24/7 Crisis Support:
Barrier-free, non-judgmental, free emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair. Confidential support is available via phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or through online chat from 12pm until 1am, 7 days a week in British Columbia.
Phone and online chat services available in many languages. | Call 1-866-661-3311 or visit CrisisCentreChat.ca
Workplace Healthcare & Extended Benefits Plan:
If you are enrolled in a workplace healthcare or extended benefits plan through your employer you may have immediate access to free or low-cost counselling services. Many benefits providers offer virtual counselling services.
Log in to your online portal, call your benefits provider or talk to your HR Manager to find out more.