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Addictions, Alcohol and Other Substances
Overusing alcohol or other drugs so that it causes harm to you or others is called a substance use problem. Non-drug addictions can also cause harm.
B.C. Government Information
Supports, services and information provided by the B.C. government for policy, guidelines, funding, service delivery, studies and laws.
Body Image and Eating Disorders
Extreme emotions, attitudes or behaviors around weight, food and body image that lead to life-threatening health issues (e.g. anorexia, bulimia).
Education and Awareness
Information and services that support the better understanding of mental health and substance use issues and treatments (e.g. parenting workshops).
Mood and Anxiety
Emotional issues relating to temporary or ongoing highs or lows, which may cause withdrawal from regular activities (e.g. panic attacks, depression).
Psychosis and Thought Disorders
Thinking and emotions that reveal an impaired relationship with reality resulting in false beliefs or impressions (e.g. delusions, schizophrenia).
Suicide and Self Harm
Thoughts about, or actions taken, to deliberately harm your own body or end your own life (e.g. suicide, self-injury, cutting).
Trauma and Abuse
The impact of a distressing or disturbing experience arising from witnessing or being involved in an event (e.g. post-traumatic stress disorder).
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Look for services in your area using the Mental Health and Substance Use Service Map.
Overdose Prevention in B.C.
Learn how you can prevent overdoses and end the stigma - the shame and blame - that keeps people from reaching out for help.