Social Supports NB

Social Supports NB is a user-friendly website that helps New Brunswick seniors, families and caregivers navigate dozens of government programs and community services. From housing and income support to health services and more, we’ve got the details.
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Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada was funded by the Government of Canada in response to the unprecedented rise in mental distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. People are being challenged like never before due to isolation, physical health concerns, substance use concerns, financial and employment uncertainty, and the emotional dialogue around racial equality. We’re all going through this together, and we believe that mental health is a journey, not a destination. Each day, we can take a step for our own wellbeing. Wellness Together Canada is here to support everybody on that journey.
We all have different needs. Wellness Together Canada allows you to choose from a variety of resources to motivate and support your wellness journey.
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Mindfulness Challenge

Every Tuesday, New Brunswickers will have the opportunity to sign up for the 30-Day Mindfulness Challenge. The program is evidence- based and shown to lower stress, increase resilience, and improve well-being. Plus, the challenges only take 5 to 10 minutes a day!

The Mini MindWell Challenge is a shorter, slimmed down version of the full Challenge. It can be a great first step for newcomers or the perfect refresher for someone who has already taken the full Challenge.
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211 is an information helpline available by phone that helps New Brunswick residents navigate the complex network of government, health, community and social services quickly and easily, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with interpretation in 170 languages. Access to food, financial assistance, newcomer support, resources for parents and families, and more … When you don’t know where to turn, help starts at 211.

Strongest Families Program

Telephone and/or online program for youth ages 3-17 and their families who are experiencing behavioural or mental health problems.

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To find out if the Strongest Families Program is for you and to be referred to the program, please contact the Education Support Services at your school or the Child and Youth team in your region.
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CAMH Online Courses

CAMH is dedicated to providing online education in the areas of addictions and mental health. Online education at CAMH is designed to enhance learning opportunities for practitioners who provide services to people with addictions and mental health as well as for clients and their families. Our goal is to provide leadership in creating better understanding, prevention and care.

CAMH’s online learning environment offers content that is continually updated, industry accredited and professionally engaging. Our courses are accredited with Canadian universities, professional colleges and associations within Canada. This ensures that we promote best practices that contribute to public and patient safety, and promote effective education outcomes.


CAMH Online Courses

Mental Health 101

Turning Knowledge Into Action


Knowing that knowledge is power, our hope for these tutorials is twofold. One, that you come away with a greater understanding of the core concepts presented. And two, that they help you and those around you begin to break down barriers and dispel the stigma associated with mental illness and addiction, and help bring these issues into the daylight where they belong. We have several topics for you to explore below.  And of course, we encourage you to share these tutorials with friends, family, and colleagues!


Mental Health 101 by CAMH

Always There

The Always There app has been revamped to focus on one thing — making sure you have a positive chat experience. Connecting with a counsellor is easier than ever. And you’ll stay connected even if you need to answer a call or do something else on your device.

Kids Help Phone Tools and Games