Your Quick Guide to Mental Health Services – Military Family Services
This guide is designed to help military families access important information and timely mental health support services in their local communities.
You’re Not Alone – Government of Canada
Canadian Armed Forces members have access to a range of programs while serving in the Forces, including exceptional medical and mental health care, support for families, and comprehensive reintegration and return-to-work programs for those who are ill and injured.
Mental Health – CAF Connection
Finding balance, mental health programs and services, mental health resources and facts.
Road to Mental Readiness (R2MR)
R2MR training encompasses the entire package of resilience and mental health training that is embedded throughout Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members’ careers, during deployment, and to CAF families.
Mental Health Services Framework – Military Family Services Program
A conceptual overview of the types of mental health programming available to families. These services range from outreach and engagement, to peer support, to psychoeducation, to psychosocial services to mental health treatment. Its purpose is to provide clarity to MFRCs, service providers and other community partners.
Therapist Assisted Online (TAO)
The TAO therapy is an online platform of tools and educational materials to help you learn about and change how you think and feel. Along with the educational materials in the platform, every week you will be completing a short mood survey and meeting online with your therapist in a brief video conference.
Maltby Centre – Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington
Free, confidential and accessible mental health and autism services to children, youth and their families in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox &Addington (KFL&A). Maltby Centre is the Lead Agency for Moving on Mental Health in KFL&A and the Lead Agency for the Ontario Autism Program in the province’s Southeast Region.
Shoppers Drug Mart Mental Health Self Check
SHOPPERS LOVE.YOU. and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) have partnered to raise awareness and promote women’s mental health across Canada. This site includes an interactive tool that Canadian women can use to learn more about their mental health.
Strongest Families Institute
Strongest Families offers evidence-based, distance programs for military and Veteran families dealing with behaviour and/or anxiety concerns with their children/youth. Phone-based programs are delivered at convenient times, offering support when and where you need it. There is no cost for families and services are entirely confidential.