Available to North Okanagan Youth: Aged 12 – 24.

Youth Integrated Services Hub: Free Counselling
Walk-ins: Last appointment taken one hour before closing.
Tuesdays, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Wednesdays, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
By Appointment:
Contact for more information.
Phone: 236-436-1403
3304 30th Ave. Vernon, BC.

Looking for a career with the Canadian Mental Health Association?

Join the team that makes a difference! CMHA Vernon is hiring, and we’re looking for compassionate individuals who want to contribute to building a healthier community.

Our employees are a vital part of our vision to create mentally healthy people in caring communities. We value employee wellness and work towards raising awareness about mental health and reducing the stigma of mental illness.

If you care about mental health and you have the right skills, then CMHA Vernon may be the place for you.

We understand that those working in the social services and healthcare sector have faced challenges navigating complex situations while supporting others during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Especially over the past couple of years, those working in these sectors have made significant personal sacrifices and juggled challenging work conditions on behalf of their work to support those in need.
We are seeking volunteers to serve as a support system for these individuals during this extraordinarily challenging time.

Care to Speak is looking for volunteers. Volunteers can be based anywhere in BC! If you have work experience in health care or social services.

CMHA Vernon News

9-8-8 Milestone

9-8-8 six-month anniversary highlights key role of Vernon responders. The Canadian Mental Health Association Vernon & District is providing care and compassion to...

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Community Led Engagement.

The impact on the mental health of individuals within our community and individuals working within the police force due to the current status of our police force is far too damaging to the individuals involved and the community as a whole. We aim to help improve and protect the well-being of all those involved in police interaction.

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