Having a mental health problem is not different than having a physical health problem. Recognize the signs in yourself, your children or someone you know:
- changes in appetite, sleep or mood
- changes in thinking
- difficulty concentrating or with memory
- feeling anxious and/or irritable
- feeling stressed and overwhelmed
- thinking about suicide
- avoiding daily activities
- experiencing more conflict in your relationships
- feeling isolated
Ask for help
You are not alone. The first step to feeling better is asking for support. Ignoring some of the above mentioned signs will not make them disappear; in fact, it can make them worse.
Our interdisciplinary teams work in partnership with hospitals and community organizations to offer a wide range of mental health services to individuals, couples, and families.
- Evaluation and orientation
- Psychosocial support
- Medical and nursing care
- Support to caregivers.
For an appointment, please contact our CLSC.