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The Well-Being Program (WBP) is a government funded mental health service, under the auspices of the Vancouver Community Mental Health Serivces within the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority. Click here to see an illustration of the umbrella organization.
The program works in partnership with various community service providers.
All services are confidential and free of charge.
Click here to get a copy of the service's brochure.
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The WBP provides four tracks of service:
Therapy for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind and their family members in BC.
Specialized mental health interpreting is available for clients attending: (1) therapy sessions (2) support workers (3) psychiatric assessments (4) mental health team meetings.
Support Workers provide life skills development, advocacy, case management, community liaison, and supportive counselling both one-to-one and in group settings.
Support Groups are offered for more in-depth learning and hands-on insight into mental health issues.
Workshops are planned with and for consumers and professionals. WBP offers workshops on mental health topics in all the 4 regions of the province of British Columbia: Island, Lower Mainland, Okanagan, and the North
The Well-Being Program is committed to providing safe, confidential therapeutic services in order to assist people in improving and enhancing their lives. It is the intention of the program to ensure that all clients are aware of their rights and that clients are receiving satisfactory services.
Phone Number: 604.456.0900
TTY Number: 604.456.0901
Toll-free TTY: 1-800-949-1155