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It`s time to check your mental health.

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Needing extra support

It sounds like continuing to hold things together is becoming a real challenge. Here’s the good news: the first step is often the hardest and you’ve already made a great move by checking in on your mental health today. More good news: you can expect to feel better and support is available. Start today and make an appointment with your doctor or a walk-in clinic. Be honest with your doctor about your current challenges. You doctor will help you assess your options so you can start feeling better soon.

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BounceBack® is a free program that uses interactive tools designed to make it easier for you to help yourself at your own pace. Learn how to manage worry, stress or anxious feelings.
What is BounceBack®

IMPORTANT NOTE: Having thoughts of harming yourself or thoughts of death?

Regardless of your score, this quiz does not ask about suicide. However, if you have been having thoughts of harming yourself or thoughts of death, it’s important to get help right away. See your doctor or call the BC Mental Health Support Line which is available in BC 24 hours a day at 310-6789 (no need to enter an area code). For other options for your situation, you can also email us for support at [email protected].

Note:

The Bounce Back Today quiz is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional advice. The quiz cannot diagnose a mental health condition but it is based on good evidence and may give a sign whether or not screening with validated instruments is a good next step. Regardless of your score, if you are concerned about your mental well-being, it’s best to talk to someone you trust. Diagnosis should only be done by a qualified professional. This quiz has been adapted from material from two non-profit organizations in the UK: the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Stress Management Society.