Partnership Education is based on a personal storytelling model. It is a unique and powerful presentation that helps people in the community to understand the nature and prevalence of chronic and severe mental illness.
Letter to all British Columbia MP Candidates and Party Leaders, 2015 Election Dear MP Candidates and Federal Party Leaders, As your party refines its mental health platform for the upcoming federal election, the BC Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) would like to call your attention to issues that we consider to be of vital importance.
We need more runners for our team for the Vancouver Marathon! Please contact Jessica at 604-270-7841 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Need a reason to train? Run for schizophrenia in the Vancouver Marathon!
What? You can run 8, 21 or 42 km
Why? To raise money for schizophrenia help.
When? Run is May 1, 2016, but sign up now, as we will set up a giving page to help your friends donate in support.
How? Contact Jessica at: email@example.com or 604-270-7841 or join online
This Guide is designed to help family members and others playing a family-like role to receive information from mental health care professionals; and to give information to mental health care professionals. Information-sharing is important for continuity of patient care, as well as for the recovery and ongoing support of the ill person’s health and well-being.
This Guide is for families who are involved in caring for a person with a severe mental illness.