Care for Caregivers is an online mental health resource for healthcare workers in British Columbia funded by the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions.
Download a a general poster for your workplace or social media posts for each webinar and resource to share on your social channels and in email.
Healthy Brain, Resilient Mind
July 12 | 12 pm
We’ve all felt anxious and stressed at some point in our lives—especially these days. Brain science underscores how important mindset, resilience, and a healthy lifestyle are in dealing with change and disruption at work and in life.
Confident Parents Thriving Kids Behaviour - Are we the right fit for you?
July 27 | 12 pm
The importance of mental health is becoming more and more clear in recent times, and there are strategies that workers can take to improve their individual resilience. Learn about the signs and symptoms if someone is struggling, strategies for maintaining positive mental health, and the tools and resources available for workers to take care of themselves and promote psychological health and safety in the workplace.
Silence mental health stigma with compassion
August 21 | 12 pm
The stigma around mental health can result in people feeling isolated and resistant to seeking support. Reducing stigma allows for a caring and non-judgmental response to our mental health, individually and collectively.
Care to Speak
Care to Spark is a mental health peer support line for those working in health care or social services in B.C. This service is:
- Not associated with a union or employer
Care to Listen is a podcast and video series featuring the stories of healthcare professionals with lived experience.
The goal of Care2Listen is to help break the stigma around mental health in the healthcare industry and shed light on the difficulties caregivers face through a digital platform at your fingertips.