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Depression can manifest as persistent sadness, loss of interest, fatigue, and even physical symptoms. It can significantly impact daily functioning, relationships, and overall quality of life. Fortunately, numerous resources to provide effective assistance and support for those struggling with depression.



A website dedicated to offering help for your mental health journey

Learn skills to manage low mood, stress, and worry with the support of a coach. With the right tools and practice, you can bounce back to reclaim your mental health.

Coping with a Crisis

Coping and self-care: tips to manage stress, how to feel less stressed, what to be mindful of, and when to seek help.

Multicultural Mental Health Centre

This page provides culturally-relevant mental health information for people with lived experience and their families.


Mental Health and substance use information.

Explore strategies to help you take care of your mental health and use substances in healthier ways, find the information you need to manage mental health and substance use problems, and learn how you can support a loved one.


Coping Skills for Depression

Depression saps a person’s energy to do just about anything—even activities they enjoy.

As a result, people with depression tend to become less active, which causes the depression to worsen. However, even a little bit of activity can help stop this cycle.

Cycle of Depression

A graphic representation of:

  • stressors,
  • thoughts,
  • feelings,
  • physical symptoms
  • and behavioural response.

Waking up refreshed

Tips for better mornings

Cycle of Depression

A graphic representation of stressors, thoughts, feelings, physical symptoms and behavioral response

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