Supporting You on the Journey to Mental Wellness
Our mental health services help people feel more confident and hopeful as they gain strength and knowledge, coping skills, and the capacity to continue to improve their mental health.
Our care team includes mental health counsellors, family social workers, addictions counsellors, harm reduction nurses, transitional case managers, and outreach workers. We can help support you in:
- Healing from and coping with abuse and trauma, including the impact of the loss of culture and identity
- Working through difficult life challenges and learning to manage emotions, thoughts or behaviours
- Managing anxiety, depression, addiction or other mental health conditions
- Identifying personal strengths and resources to help you in your wellness journey
- Providing support services if you are in transition between services or institutions such as hospitals, treatment centres, or the justice system
- Accessing harm reduction supplies and education, including Naloxone kits and clean drug equipment
- Offering individual and group addiction recovery supports that promote healthy lifestyle options, including prevention, treatment, aftercare, and referrals to treatment centres and healing lodges
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How to Access this Service
We usually start with an initial consultation in person or over the phone (whatever is most comfortable for you) to discuss your health and wellness concerns and any safety concerns. These consultations are available to anyone, including other agencies and families with young children. If you are in crisis or need immediate help, we will link you to appropriate services inside or outside SOAHAC, and to emergency services if needed. Please note that not all mental health and addictions services are available at all SOAHAC sites.
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