Use this database to find out more about diseases, drugs and alcohol, eating disorders, green living, grief and loss, mental health, sexuality and sexual health, nutrition and fitness, and much more. Videos, “ask Dr. Jan,” personal stories and hotlines are included.  ** Learn Alberta redirect use LA389 password 9489 to access this resource.

Use this resource to find out more about anxiety and in youth.  Includes tips for parents, text anxiety, childhood anxiety disorders, resources, podcasts and links to help navigate the issue of depression and anxiety in our children.

The Anxiety Disorders Association of British Columbia (AnxietyBC™) is a non profit organization established in early spring of 1999 by a group of concerned individuals, family members, and health professionals. They work to increase awareness about anxiety disorders, promote education, and increase access to evidence-based resources and treatments.

Bullying - Learn what bullying is, the the forms it manifests in, and what you can do about it. This site includes 24/7 bullying hotline information.  Help your child become more informed about this socially unacceptable topic.

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This site deals with issues relevant to teens including: depression, anxiety, social anxieties, stress, self-care, alcohol and other drugs, reality check, psychosis facts, body image and eating, and speaking up.  A great site for all your concerns.

Find daily blogs with relevant and up-to-date info about mental health, society and other youth topics; written by a variety of youth and professional contributors.  Topics include:  life experience, getting help, coping, self-care, relationships, youth, stigma, mood disorders, depression, awareness and behaviour.  Includes interactives and interviews.

FutureLearn offers courses from top medical schools and healthcare organisations.
They help people get mental health training or explore the science and psychology behind human development with our online mental health and psychology courses.

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