Vancouver, BC Anxiety Support Groups and Organizations
These ADHD support groups are provided as a public service. Adult ADHD Coach Pete Quily does not endorse or recommend any specific group.
Anxiety Disorders Association of BC
Has online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety and anxiety disorders. Provides information to help you understand anxiety, as well as resources and tools to help you manage your anxiety. Developed the free MindShift™ app which helps youth and young adults manage anxiety, using step-by-step strategies.
Changeways- Richmond Mental Health Outpatient Services
Teaches coping strategies and offers support for anxiety,
depression, lifestress, etc. Referral from GP or specialist.
Changeways- Richmond Mental Health Team
upon teaching relaxation techniques. Self referral, no cost.
Changeways Program UBC Hospital, Detwiller Pavilion
Changeways Program (604-822-7153) is a psychoeducational group
program for clients recently discharged from inpatient care
for depression and anxiety disorders. There are also other
mental health services available at the hospital.
Mood Disorders Association of BC
If you're looking for a Vancouver or BC anxiety support group, The MDA has the largest number of them to chose from.
with a mood disorder, Unipolar (Depression), Bipolar (Manic
Depression) or Panic /Anxiety Disorder are invited to contact
the MDA. We offer support and friendship for those with the
illness and their support people. Join one of our support
groups, call for information.
200 – 460 Nanaimo St.
Vancouver, BC V5L 4W3
Weekly group meetings of lay people offering structured support.
No cost, with "free will" donations between $2.50
and $3.50 per meeting accepted.
Phone: 581-4881 or 464-6375
Locations: Delta (Roseanne 581-4881), Vancouver (Willie 538-3399),
White Rock (Vi 531-4522), Coquitlam (Dorothy 464-6375).
SFU: Health, Counselling, and Career Centre
Counselling Service provides Personal Counselling, Career
Counselling, Learning Skills, and Peer Counselling to assist
students with the challenges of university life. One-on-one
consultations, individual counselling, workshops, groups,
drop-ins, resource information, and outreach activities are
offered to enhance your potential and help you meet your academic,
personal and career goals. Crisis intervention services are
available to all people on campus during operating hours
WELLNESS CENTRE, UBC Student Health Service
the many outreach programs, students can be linked with on
and off campus services and resources. The Wellness Centre
also provides research assistance on wellness topics and program
effectiveness. The Coordinator supervises a Peer Education
program, the Wellness Information Network (WIN) Peer Educators
COUNSELLING SERVICES, UBC Student Services
Services provides a wide range of counselling services for
admitted and registered UBC students, as well as consultation
and referral services to UBC faculty and staff. Services are
provided by psychologists, professional counsellors, pre-doctoral
interns, and Master's-level counsellor trainees.
1040, Brock Hall, 1874 East Mall