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The Well-Being Program (WBP) provides Mental Health Services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Deaf-Blind people throughout the province of British Columbia. On this website, you will find information about WBP and its services.

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The Deaf Well-Being Program (WBP) hosts workshops, groups and presentations primarily for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind individuals (and their family members) that focus on empowerment, self-development, and life skills enhancement. All activities have the goal of empowering those in the audience with opportunities for self-analysis to enhance personal growth.

These community activities often provide access to information the Deaf community members and other members would not have otherwise.

We have a calendar of events for anyone to follow and stay updated.

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Mental Health in ASL

The Deaf Well-Being Program produces high quality educational and informative videos for the enrichment of the community.

The goal of these videos are for greater understanding of common mental health terms and their meaning in American Sign Language (ASL) and English so it will be accessible to everyone.

In each video, a staff person is defining and explaining the word in American Sign Language (ASL). Captioning is added. Some videos would have voiceover.


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TTY: 604-456-0901

Text: 778-987-4174

Voice: 604-456-0900

Fax: 604-456-0904

E-mail: WellBeing.Staff@vch.ca

Our office is at:
300-4211 Kingsway,
Burnaby, BC
V5H 1Z6

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