Here to Help

HeretoHelp is a website of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information. The BC Partners are a group of seven leading provincial mental health and addictions non-profit agencies: AnxietyBC, BC Schizophrenia Society, Centre for Addictions Research of BC, Canadian Mental Health Association's BC Division, FORCE Society for Kids' Mental Health, Family Services of the North Shore's Jessie's Legacy Program and Mood Disorders Association of BC. Visit HeretoHelp website.

Chilliwack Alternative Schools

Chilliwack Alternate Schools Program - Since September 2015, AnxietyBC has offered expertise to Middle and Secondary School educators and students of Chilliwack District's Alternate Education Program. Social anxiety is a constant challenge for many students, resulting in school avoidance and possible failure.  The ultimate goal of this collaboration is to strengthen knowledge and skills of educators, outreach workers, and students about anxiety and anxiety management using resources from and the MindShift app. With additional funding we anticipate scaling up to other districts working with at risk and/or indigenous children and youth.

Our sponsors and partners include:  Education Without Borders, the RBC Children's Mental Health Project, and Coast Capital Savings.

Education Without Borders

Education without Borders (EwB) is a Canadian non-profit created in 2002 that provides improved educational opportunities and facilities in disadvantaged regions of the world. Currently, EwB is working with township students in Gugulethu, South Africa and with Aboriginal students in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, Canada. Visit Education Without Borders website.

Skaha Lake Middle School Shark

Skaha Lake Middle School – Healthy Living Course In 2015, AnxietyBC collaborated on the development of anxiety modules for the Health Living course at Skaha Lake Middle School. The outline and content of the modules was developed with direct links to our anxiety resources at  and the MindShift app.  One hundred and twenty students directly benefitted.  This support was provided directly to the counselor at the school.  The anxiety curriculum will be shared for many years to come with grade 8 students at this school and beyond.