This link has information on arthritis and tips to manage it such as diet, exercise, and self-care. Information on Juvenile Arthritis and its treatment is also included in this resource.
This series looks at areas of arthritis research that are important to people with this condition. Topics include finding jobs, chronic pain, and preventing falls.
This website has articles, webinars, and online modules about different types of arthritis. There is also information on finding arthritis health care, medication coverage, and financial help.
This link has monthly talks on managing arthritis. There is a panel of people living with arthritis and a guest researcher at each talk. Some topics include mental wellness, exercise, and diet.
This link has information about arthritis and pain. There are also tools for financial help, pain management, and emotional wellness.
This website has information on living well with rheumatoid arthritis. There are also tips and resources for staying mentally well.
This is a free service that helps people find mental health support, food, housing, and more.
This website has information on where to go for help in Vancouver. There are resources for housing, health services, income help, and other supports.
This website connects you with mental health supports such as help phones and online chat services.
Click on this link to find mental health services in your area. Services include support for employment, social support groups, and mental wellness programs.
This is a list of local distress centre and crisis organizations, including lines specifically for Indigenous peoples and Cantonese or Mandarin speakers.
Tool for finding a doctor, physiotherapist, chiropractor, massage therapist, or other healthcare providers in your area. Users can filter by type of care, symptoms, and location.
This link has mental health supports for newcomers, immigrants, and refugees in BC.
This link has a list of low-cost and free counselling services in Vancouver.
This is a free program that helps people improve their mental wellbeing by working with a coach.
This website has free self-help courses on topics such as anxiety, pain, and substance use.
This website offers free courses on various mental health topics, including chronic pain. These courses have information on mental health, tips for self-care, and extra resources.
This link has programs that help with finding food and shelter, mental health support, and other services.
This phone line has free information and support for people living with pain.
Hub of mental health resources and tools to help Canadians develop coping strategies during these stressful times.