Australian repository of online resource and apps with rating systems.
Centre for Clinical Interventions
The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) has produced resources for consumers and healthcare professionals to assist in providing interventions for mental health problems such as depression, bipolar, social anxiety, panic, self-esteem, procrastination, perfectionism, and eating disorders. Some of these resources have been developed so that they can be worked through by people dealing with particular problems, while others have been produced as part of CCI’s treatment and training services. The resources provided on this website aim to provide general information about various mental health problems, as well as, techniques that focus on a cognitive behavioural approach to managing difficulties.
Comprehensive site with lots of information on health conditions, screening, treatments, etc
Foundry offers young people ages 12-24 health and wellness resources, services and supports – online and through integrated service centres in seven communities across BC. Services include help with housing, finances, or legal assistance
Fountain of Health
Helps you organize your life to take action in 5 key health priorities: physical activity, social activity, brain challenge, positive thinking, mental health.
Comprehensive website with links to local community resources as well as educational resources for patients and families.
Here to Help
Features thousands of plain-language Personal Stories and Self-Help Resources for a number of audiences including people concerned for themselves or for a loved one. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: anxiety and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, grief, personality disorders, psychosis, self-harm, stress, suicide, substances like alcohol and other drugs, and co-existing mental health and substance use.
Kelty Mental Health
Comprehensive website with information on mental health and navigating the healthcare system, healthy living, understanding psychiatric disorders and mental health challenges, substance use, psychiatric medications, and much more.
PeerNetBC (PeerNet Association of BC)
PeerNetBC helps you with your initiatives. It provides training, information, and resources for strengthening peer support groups and peer-led initiatives throughout BC.
From the NHS, leaflets on: abuse, alcohol, anxiety, bereavement, anger, depression, domestic violence, eating disorders, eating, health anxiety, hearing voices, obsessions and compulsions, panic, post traumatic stress, postnatal depression, self harm, social anxiety, sleeping problems, stress, and prison mental health.
WalkAlong is a portal designed to empower youth by providing tools to assess and manage their mental health within a positive online community environment.
Manage your personal wellness journey and earn achievements as your sidekick guides you through a series of daily quests designed to establish and sustain positive habits. E.g. Check-in with how you are feeling each day; Use coping skills; Keep track of appointments and medications; Get started on tasks
Follow self-care routines; Increase real-life socialization.
Calm Harm provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can make it private by setting a password, and personalize the app if you so wish. You will be able to track your progress and notice change.
A free proximity-based social network connecting & supporting people grieving or who have grieved with the objective of creating a global community of Grief Angels that can be there for each other during one of life's most difficult times.
Headspace is meditation made simple. The app covers the basics of meditation, with progress pages to track your stats and set reminders with your practice.
HealthyMinds is a problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you may encounter as a student and in your personal life. The goal: Keeping your mind healthy.
MindShift is an app designed to help you cope with anxiety using strategies to help you deal with everyday anxiety and specific tools to tackle a range of challenges.
MoodMission helps you learn ways of coping with low mood and anxiety. Tell the app how you're feeling and get a tailored list of 5 Missions to help you feel better. Missions are activities and mental health strategies that are quick, easy, and backed up by scientific evidence.
Recharge is a personalised six-week program that helps improve your general health and wellbeing by focusing on four key areas:
1. A regular wake and sleep time each day, achieved gradually over six weeks;
2. An alarm clock that triggers fun activities designed to get you up and out of bed;
3. Increasing your exposure to daylight early in the day, to help reset your body clock; and,
4. Encouraging you to increase physical activity, especially within two hours of waking up.
SAM is an app to help you understand and manage your anxiety including tools to help you monitor anxious feelings, practice physical and mental relaxation and build your own toolkit of resources to draw on as needed.
Meditation app with a lens on practical wisdom, ethical insights, and a rational understanding of the world. Waking Up is a guide to understanding the mind, for the purpose of living a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Woebot is an automated conversational agent (chatbot) who helps you monitor mood and learn about yourself. Drawing from a therapeutic framework known as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Woebot asks people how they’re feeling and what is going on in their lives in the format of brief daily conversations. Woebot also talks to you about mental health and wellness and sends you videos and other useful tools depending on your mood and needs at that moment. You can think of Woebot as a choose-your-own-adventure self-help book that is capable of storing all of your entries, and gets more specific to your needs over time.