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People in British Columbia have access to a new website that will help them easily navigate and connect with mental health and substance use information and supports. “People seeking mental health and substance use supports have told me finding information is hard, and they don’t know where to start,” said Sheila Malcolmson, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. “Now we’ve built an online pathway for people in British Columbia to navigate to mental health and addictions support for themselves and their loved ones.”

The website provides a user-friendly starting place for people to find the right information and services to meet their needs. It features a guided search tool that helps users find a curated, personalized list of services based on answering simple questions about who they are and what they need. This site is particularly useful for people who are seeking help for the first time and need extra guidance learning about the supports that are available to them.

To ensure it remains relevant, the website will continue expanding with input from community partners and continuous peer review by people with lived and living experience of mental health and substance use challenges.

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