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We know what works. Achieving equality for mental health and addiction care will require investment in education, prevention, and early intervention. It will require coordinated care that is accessible in our communities and from our primary care settings.

The need is clear. The value of investing is obvious. It’s time to change our system of care. Change is possible with your help. Make your voice heard!

GET LOUD. TAKE ACTION.

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“I stand with CMHA BC in calling for a system of care that values mental health and addiction as equal to physical health.”...

Organizations have the opportunity to demonstrate their support of the b4stage4 campaign by endorsing the manifesto. Endorsers are provided with tools to spread...
Will you take a minute to call your MLA? The role of your Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) is to represent you and your perspectives.Let...
The role of your Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) is to represent you and your perspectives during debates and government assemblies (click...
The role of your Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) is to represent you and your perspectives during debates and government assemblies. By...
Letters to the editor are a powerful way for your voice to be heard. With the recent announcements of funding from the Health...
1 in 5 Canadians experience a mental illness and/or an addiction in any given year. Yet stigma still exists and often stands in...
Help us spread the word – it’s time to change the way BC thinks about mental health and addiction! Together we can get...

We need individuals from all communities to stand up and act as champions for mental health by starting conversations with their networks about...
It's time we value #mentalhealth and #addiction equal to physical health #GetLoud, take action
#GetLoud, take action
It's time we value mental health and addiction equally to physical health. Sign the @cmhabc #b4stage4 manifesto: