Mental health resources

Most of the resources on this page are external links that are not monitored by Brock. Talk to your doctor or a mental health professional about your difficulties as the information provided in the resources is not a substitute for proper diagnosis or treatment by an appropriate health professional.

Mental Health Resources

  • BounceBack: BounceBack®: Reclaim your health is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage symptoms of depression and anxiety.
  • Mind Your Mind: Resources for problems and issues that are most relevant to youth.
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health: The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world’s leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. CAMH offers the following online tools: “SayingWhen App“, and “Thought Spot“.
  • The Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments: Provide resources for clinicians, patients, and the public regarding depressive, bipolar and anxiety disorders..
  • Schizophrenia Society of Canada: Mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, support programs, public policy and research.
  • Mood Disorders Association of Ontario: Offers free support programs to people across Ontario who are living with depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.
  • Anxiety and Depression Association of America: Many resources that deal with the different types of anxiety and depression and appropriate treatment. Webinars and podcasts available.
  • The JED Foundation: JED is a national nonprofit that exists to protect emotional health and prevent suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. They partner with high schools and colleges to strengthen their mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention programs and systems. They equip teens and young adults with the skills and knowledge to help themselves and each other.
  • Mood Gym: Helps you identify and overcome problem emotions and shows you how to develop good coping skills for the future. Five modules are included.
  • Get Self Help: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) has been proven to help mental health problems. This website provides CBT self help and therapy resources, including worksheets, information sheets and self help MP3s.
  • Centre for Clinical Interventions: Self help resources for conditions including anxiety, depression, and disordered eating. Disclaimer: CCI strongly encourage you to talk to your local doctor or a mental health professional about your difficulties as the information provided in the resources are NOT a substitute for proper diagnosis or treatment by an appropriate health professional. Please refer to the full disclaimer regarding the information on this website before making use of these resources.
  • Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA): A national organization that promotes the mental health of everyone and supports the recovery of individuals experiencing mental illness. CMHA offers urgent support, walk-in counselling and short-term counselling. They also provide a temporary crisis beds program.
  • Brock “Quiet Spaces” Map: View this map to see quiet space locations. See quiet room guidelines for more information.

Substance Abuse Resources

  • Brock “Drinking Choices Seminar”: Online appointment booking for the Drinking Choices Seminar at Brock.
  • Community Addiction Services of Niagara (CASON): Provides comprehensive alcohol, drug and gambling addiction treatment for individuals and their families. Please see your Brock personal counsellor or case manager for a referral for on-campus appointments with CASON.
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health: The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world’s leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. CAMH offers the following online tools: “SayingWhen App“, and “Thought Spot“.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous: Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements.
  • National Instutue on Drug Abuse (NIDA): NIDA addresses the most fundamental and essential questions about drug abuse — from detecting and responding to emerging drug abuse trends and understanding how drugs work in the brain and body, to developing and testing new approaches to treatment and prevention. NIDA also supports research training, career development, public education, public-private partnerships, and research dissemination efforts.