Life can be challenging. School, work, family, and personal struggles can all have an impact on our mental wellness. There are supports available.
If you or somebody you know is in crisis, call the BC Crisis Line at 1.800.SUICIDE or 1.800.784.2433 or the KU-US Crisis Line (24 hour phone support for Indigenous people in BC) at 1.800.588.8717.
Early Alert Referral
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, academics, or other issues, you can use the Early Alert Referral Form to connect with a Learner Services staff member. They can help with next steps.
CMTN has partnered with counsellors in our region to provide free of cost in-person counselling services to our students. Book an appointment with one of the counsellors below and let them know you are from CMTN... we’ll take care of the rest!
If you are a registered counsellor in one of our communities that would like to partner with CMTN to provide face to face support to our students, please contact Tracey Woodburn, Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching: email@example.com.
For a comprehensive list of community resources, visit the Student Support Community Resources page and for an extended catalogue of online resources, see the New and Returning Student Orientation Shell in the Mental Health and Wellness folder.
Online mental health resources and apps
- Mindshift: free app with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tools for anxiety.
- CBT-i app: free app designed to help with sleep challenges.
- Here to Help: free online resources and self-screening for mental health and substance use struggles.
- Anxiety Canada: free online resources and tools for anxiety.
- Healthy Minds App: problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with stresses encountered both on and off campus.
- Optimale: website resources on understanding male body image & mental health.
- Learner Services Brightspace: access mental health and wellness resources in the Stress and Anxiety folder.