Catholic Health Association of Manitoba

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Mental health problems range from mental stress and strain to severe disorders. Mental health is as important as physical health and spiritual health to our overall well-being.

The Province of Manitoba's mental health services include:

  • promoting good mental health
  • identifying and intervening early in mental illness
  • helping people living with mental health disorders

For mental health crisis and non-crisis resources in your area of the province, click here

These services are provided through regional health authorities, the Selkirk Mental Health Centre and self-help and family support organizations.

If your family doctor or Employee Assistance Plan refers you, Manitoba Health pays for the services of a psychiatrist. To find a psychiatrist in your area contact your local regional health authority or ask your family doctor.

To find a psychologist in private practice in your area, ask your family doctor, call the Psychological Association of Manitoba at 204-487-0784 or visit their website at www.cpmb.ca.

For more information: Mental Health Services

Mental Health

Promoting Mental Health IACB Statement toward a Shared Medical and Christian Ethical Framework.  To view the document click HERE

 

Recommended resources and information for persons with depression, for caregivers, family, friends, and for the larger caring community.

  • The City of Winnipeg's list of Crisis Services and Support Lines - click here.

  • Various websites and reading material - click here.

  • Self-Help Organizations - click here.

  • "What Is Depression?" TED Talk with Helen M. Farrell - click here.

 

Depression is the leading cause of disability in the world

In the United States, close to ten percent of adults struggle with the disease. But because it’s a mental illness, it can be a lot harder to understand than, say, high cholesterol. Helen M. Farrell examines the symptoms and treatments of depression, and gives some tips for how you might help a friend who is suffering.