Monthly Archives: May 2020

May 8, 2020

RISE

The new RISE program has a  range of free mental health resources (all phone or web based) available to British Columbians.

Free psychotherapy or counselling

Adults and older adults

•Access a free phone call with a Registered Psychologist though the COVID-19 Psychological First Aid Service from the BC Psychological Association. Visit www.psychologists.bc.ca/covid-19-resources

•Access free, phone-based, short-term support with a counsellor from the BC COVID-19 Mental Health Network. Email bccovidtherapists@gmail.com to receive an appointment time

•Visit Welless Together Canada to access free counselling and support as well as self-guided courses, apps, and other resources

For more information, visit https://www.heretohelp.bc.ca/covid-19-mental-health-supports

 

BC Rural Health Network – May Newsletter

May 8, 2020

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May 2020 BCRHN Newsletter

A sample of what is in this issue:

  • Member of the Month – East Shore Kootenay Lake Community Health Cantre
  • Feature articles – Privatization: the pre-existing condition killing seniors in long-term care
  • blogs – The Renegade Nurse and Canadian Health Care Daily (Paul Gallant)
  • A new initiative: RISE – Reaching Rural Communities
  • BC Government News Release
  • Partner Update – Rural Evidence Review and BC Rural Health Network launch COVID-19 survey

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SOHC Discussion Paper

Developing an Improved and Sustainable Health Care Model for Princeton, B.C
Support Our Health Care has released a discussion paper in order to get feedback from the community, politicians and professionals about the state of local healthcare and what the long term solutions should be.
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