The Canadian Mental Health Association, Prince George Branch, exists to promote the mental health of individuals living within Prince George and surrounding area, and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Through advocacy, education, research and service, we provide access and support to promote independent functioning and full participation in community life of individuals living with mental illness or mental health issues.
About CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION PRINCE GEORGE BRANCH
The Prince George Branch of Canadian Mental Health provides services and programs which best meet the needs of individuals with mental health issues within the community. Currently, our programs include Housing, both through the provision of subsidized housing, and through housing and outreach; Life skills and outreach which assist people with the skills of daily living in order to reach independence; Education regarding mental health and mental illness, improving public understanding and attitudes about mental health; vocational rehabilitation, peer support, the bounce back program, Connections clubhouse,Mental Health & Police Project, Second Chance Thrift Store, Mental Health First Aid Education, the Senior's Life Skills Program, and Expanding Employment. All programs aim to benefit clients in the areas of community integration, achieving independence and maintaining personal health to the highest possible deegee.