The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre and Website by BC Children’s Hospital is a provincial source for evidence-based information, tools and resources about mental health and substance use challenges faced by children, youth and young adults.
At the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre and on its website site, you will find useful information on identifying, treating and managing children and youth with mental health challenges. The site also contains links to a wide range of resources and tools designed specifically for professionals who are supporting children and their families in dealing with a mental health challenge or disorder.
At the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre and on its website site, you will find useful information on a variety of mental health topics that commonly affect school-age children and youth as well as ways to promote mental wellness for all students. The site also contains links to a wide range of resources, tools and curriculum guides designed specifically for use by school professionals – both in and outside the classroom.
Stop Wondering, Start Knowing: A Mental Health Video Resource for Schools. This resource includes a facilitation guide, video stories from youth with lived experience with mental health challenges, and links to additional resources and supports. It is designed for grades 8 to 10, but can be used for other groups at the discretion of the educator.
The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre offers a bi-monthly Pinwheel Education Series for families, school and health professionals.
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Contact the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre by phone (1-800-665-1822) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).