Wellness Education Programs

When we feel well, it means as individuals we feel good about our mental and physical well-being in every aspect of our daily lives. Whether you are managing a mental illness, supporting someone you care about, or looking to build your own overall health, we can help you build mental health skills and resilience for yourself and your family

Pathways to Wellness is CMHA-Vernon’s education program. The goal is to eliminate stigma by providing education on mental wellbeing and mental illness.

People with Lived Experience and people with Learned Experience work together in a collaborative process to co-create and co-facilitate courses.

It is a supportive learning environment where you are welcome. You may have a mental illness, or a mental health problem, or you may be on a personal journey of wellness or be supporting someone who is. All that is required is an openness to learning.

We are continually developing and adding new content as people tell us what they would like to learn about. Please reach out to see if we have a current course that interests you, or if you would like to help create a new one!

If you have questions about Pathways to Wellness please reach out to Tami Muhlert at 250.542.3114 Ext: 211 or [email protected] 

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Dads in Gear (DIG) is a unique, evidence-based program for expectant and new dads who want to be healthy and smoke-free. DIG integrates three interconnected themes: Being a Dad, Being a Healthy Dad, and Being a Smoke-free Dad in a unique and creative approach that is activity-based and interactive.

The program’s main objective is for men to gain the strength, motivation, and tools they need to build healthy lifestyles for themselves and their families.

DIG harnesses the power of social connections and men’s desire to be good fathers to inspire their determination to stop smoking and become more physically active.

To learn more about Dads in Gear, visit; https://dadsingear.ok.ubc.ca/

If you have questions about the program please reach out to Tami Muhlert at 250.542.3114 Ext: 211 or [email protected] 

Are you a new or expecting father? Do you identify as a father figure? Do you smoke and want to quit or stay quit? Join Dads In Gear – a FREE program about being a dad, healthy dad, and smoke-free dad.

For more information or to register for our next session:

Dads in Gear Registration Form

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Bounce Back®: For Adults

BounceBack® is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered online or over the phone with a coach, you will get access to tools that will support you on your path to mental wellness.

Your well-being shouldn’t have to wait. With the right tools and practice, you can bounce back to reclaim your mental health.

It’s common to feel low, stressed out, worried, depressed, irritable, angry, or nothing at all. With the right tools and practice, you can reclaim your mental health. You have the power to make beneficial changes, and we are here to help.

Choose what’s best for you from one of our three program delivery methods. Your journey, your pace.

BounceBack® Coaching: If you like having someone motivate and encourage you to reflect, the coaching program may be right for you. A trained BounceBack® coach will help you learn skills to improve your mental health in up to six telephone sessions over three to six months. Your coach will help keep you on track and offer support as you work through the program materials. You design your own program by selecting materials from 20 different modules. Coaching + workbooks are available in English, French, Mandarin, Cantonese or Punjabi.

To learn more or to register visit click here. Direct them to this webpage: https://bouncebackbc.ca/bounceback-coaching/

BounceBack® Online: If you prefer to work independently, check out our online program. Access 20 modules that include workbooks, interactive worksheets and videos designed to help you overcome low-mood and worry. Set your own schedule and get the tools you need to help yourself. Workbooks are available in English.

To learn more or to register visit click here. Direct them to this webpage: https://online.bouncebackonline.ca/

BounceBack® Today Video: If you’re not quite ready for the BounceBack® Coaching or Online, or are waiting for your coaching sessions to begin, check out our series of online videos. The videos will provide you with practical tips on managing your mood, sleeping better, building confidence, increasing activity, problem-solving and healthy living. Videos are available in English, French, Farsi, Cantonese, Mandarin and Punjabi.

Use this access code to register: bbtodaybc

To learn more or to register visit click here. Direct them to this webpage: https://www.bouncebackvideo.ca/

Are your clients feeling low, stressed or anxious?

BounceBack®  is a free, evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) program designed to assist service providers in providing support to adults and youth 15+ who need help managing low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry.

It’s free, there is no wait period, and no travel is required.

Read the Bounce Back® Brochure

FAQs -You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers –  https://bouncebackbc.ca/faqs/

 

Living Life to the Full

Want to know how to feel happier, more confident and worry less right now? Would you like to learn new ways of dealing with life’s challenges?

Living Life to the Full is a fun, interactive course that will leave you with the inspiration and tools to get the most out of life!

Live happy. Be confident. Worry less. Take some time to focus on your needs, feelings and goals.

This 8-week community-based course provides simple, practical skills for coping with stress, problem solving, boosting your mood, and busting bad thoughts. Living Life to the Full certified facilitators present a new topic at each weekly class, bringing the skills to life though booklets, worksheets, group activities and discussions. Living Life to the Full teaches a range of life skills that are based on the tried and trusted CBT approach, to aim to improve wellbeing and resilience as individuals go through the journey of life.

You will learn more about YOU and how you can be and feel the very best for yourself. Course content and materials are practical and easily applied to everyday life situations.

 What you learn:

  • Self confidence
  • Problem-solving
  • Stress management
  • Motivation
  • Dealing with unhelpful thoughts
  • Anger management

If you have questions about the program please reach out to Tami Muhlert at 250.542.3114 Ext: 211 or [email protected] 

 

Wellness Grants

CMHA Wellness Grants provide an opportunity for people with lived experience with mental health problems to access activities beneficial to wellness and recovery that they would otherwise be unable to afford. This may include fitness activities, educational courses, fees for instruction, artistic pursuits or special family activities. Individuals can apply for grants up to a maximum of $200.00 per year ($400.00 for families or groups).

Please read through and fill out the application form and return to [email protected]

Wellness Grant Application

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