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Caregiver & Family Support: Resources

Understanding the impact of PTSD on family & relationships

Ways to support a loved one with mental illness

Fact Sheet on Caregiver Stress

Guide to Helping Someone with a Mood Disorder

When a family member is suicidal:

When a family member is unwilling to seek help

“A Journey to Recovery”

A MENTAL HEALTH GUIDEBOOK FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN WATERLOO-WELLINGTON

First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery: Podcast

Advocacy Tool Kit

The resources on this page will help hone your advocacy skills.  Whether you are advocating for your child/youth, or on a larger scale, advocating for child and youth mental health, these resources will help provide you with some tips for effective advocacy.

Books for Caregivers

 

After the Call; Mental Health Awareness for Families of First Responders

by Nick Halmasy, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)