At Moms Gone Wild, we know that mental health is an integral component of a joyful family. We encourage all families to prioritize all aspects of their well-being, and that's why we've compiled this comprehensive list of resources and services.
If you haven't already, please also check out the video recordings of our latest Mental Health workshops and seminars. We host them often, and they're always free. Hop on our mail list so you don't miss out!
Suicide line (24/7): 1-800-SUICIDE / 604-872-3311
Mental health support line: 310-6789 (no area code needed)
Fraser Health Crisis Line: 604-951-8855
Pacific Postpartum Society: 604-255-7999
Maple Ridge Mental Health Centre: 604-476-7165
Cythera Transition House Support Line (Domestic Violence): 604-467-9966
Mothers' Mental Health Support Group (Facebook)
- Moderated by Moms Gone Wild Founder, Cheryl Zandbergen
Dr. Regev's Anxiety and Panic Support Hub (Facebook)
- Moderated by Dr. Regev, speaker at Moms Gone Wild Mental Health Events
Province-wide Online Resources
Operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association
BounceBack® is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered online or over the phone with a coach, you will get access to tools that will support you on your path to mental wellness. No referral required.
Funded by the Government of Canada in response to Covid-19. Free for all Canadians.
- Immediate text support
- Information and videos on common mental health issues
- Mental wellness programs you can do on your own and with coaching
- Monitored communities of support
- Individual phone, video, and text counselling
Offered by the Canadian Mental Health Association
- Fun, interactive course that will leave you with the inspiration and tools to get the most out of life.
- 8 weeks, community-based.
- Simple, practical skills for coping with stress, problem solving, boosting your mood, and busting bad thoughts.
Kelty's Key is a free and confidential online therapy service that can provide you with the support you need to feel better at your own pace.
- Chronic Pain
- Substance Abuse
- Complicated Grief
- Family Support
Online resources for Adults and Children experiencing anxiety.
- MindShift CBT App - free
- MindShift CBT Groups - sliding scale fee
- My Anxiety Plan - free, self-guided
- Dedicated resources for coping with Covid-19
Located in Burnaby, BC. Support for new moms and dads.
- Telephone support
- Weekly support groups
- Support for partners
- Resources & publications
Located at BC Women's Hospital. Supports women within 12 months of childbirth.
- Resources & Self-care Guides (available to mothers of all stages)
- 1-on-1 Counselling by doctor referral
- Events & Workshops for registered patients
BC Covid-19 Mental Health Resources
- Virtual Mental Health Resource List - including free or low cost therapy options
- Managing Covid-19 Stress, Anxiety & Depression
- Support groups - free
- Counselling services - paid
- Resources & Videos
Non-profit organization located at SFU
Free support for families with children 12 and under.
- Online Workshops
- Email Support
- 1-on-1 Parent Coaching
- Help Line
- Available province-wide.
- Free telephone coaching program for supporting children ages 3 to 12.
- Two program streams: anxiety or challenging behaviour.
- Referral required - request from your doctor.
Located in Maple Ridge
- Various Support Groups - free
- Mental Wellness Parenting Program - free
- Immigrant Parenting Program - free
- Drop-in Play - free
- Conflict Resolution & Anger Programs - free / low cost
- Children's Programs - free / low cost
- Multi-cultural Services
Foundry Ridge Meadows offers young people 12-24 access to health and social services. Services are free. No referral required.
- Drop-in Counselling
- Support Groups & Workshops for Youth and Caregivers
- Peer Support
Community Services, Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows
- Free weekly support group for adults dwelling in Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows.
Community Services, Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows
This program requires a referral through the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
Free mental health and substance abuse support services for residents of the City of Vancouver. Self-referral possible.
Self-referral services available for ages 19+.
Services available through the centres include assessment, treatment, individual and group therapy, referrals to supportive housing, residential programs and community support services, transition of care between services, older adult programs, crisis intervention and peer support.
Located in Coquitlam / Port Moody.
- Various services and supports for families, adults and children living in the Tri-Cities or surrounding areas.