CMSD82 Employee & Family Assistance Program (FSEAP):

These services are available to all employees who currently have benefits as part of their employment with the Coast Mountains School District 82.  In addition to their counselling services, FSEAP also provides a variety of work/life services to help employees manage work and personal life responsibilities and reach their goals.  For assistance and further information, please visit the FSEAP website at or call 1-800-667-0993.

Building Resilience in Challenging Times FSEAP webinar video, April 2, 2020.  In these uncertain times it is natural for each of us to feel stress, anxiety, fear and loneliness as we navigate through a new way of life with COVID-19.  By focusing on what we can control we can help ourselves become more resilient in these challenging or uncertain times. In this webinar, we discuss practical strategies that you can use daily to stay resilient over the coming months.

CMHA BC’s free wellness programs can help British Columbians manage back to school anxiety in the age of COVID-19.  

To learn more visit CMHA BC’s free wellness programs.

Taking care of your mental health during the COVID-19 crisis:

Read information to help you manage your stress and anxiety during this period of time.

Psychology Today
Learn how to stay emotionally healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.

World Health Organization
See ways you can support the mental and psychological wellbeing of others.

Canadian Mental Health Association
Understand what the coronavirus is, including signs of infection, prevention recommendations, and the current risk to Canadians.

Anxiety Canada
Consider specific steps to take if you’re anxious or worried about the COVID-19 situation.

Managing COVID-19 Stress, Anxiety and Depression:

News and information about the spread of COVID-19 around the world is coming at us quickly.  It can be hard to keep up and if you are keeping up on the latest, it can be even harder to remain calm given all that is going on.

Access the following link to view the resource from the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions for tips and information to help with stress management.

Managing COVID-19 Stress, Anxiety and Depression

HealthLink BC:
Provides 24/7, confidential health information and advice. Call 8-1-1 or visit:

Mental Health Digital Hub:
A provincial website that provides information, services and education and awareness about mental health and substance use for adults, youth and children.

Bounce Back:
A free evidence-based program designed to help youth and adults experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression, low mood or stress, with or without anxiety. Bounce Back® teaches effective skills to help people improve their mental health. Call toll-free: 1 866 639-0522 or visit:

Provides information about managing mental illness and maintaining good mental health, including self-management resources and screening self-tests for wellness, mood, anxiety and risky drinking.

Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre:
Provides con dential, non-judgmental, free emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including thoughts of suicide. Call 604 872-3311 (Greater Vancouver), or toll-free 1 800 SUICIDE (784-2433), or visit:

The KUU-US Crisis Response Service:
Provides 24/7 culturally-aware crisis support to Indigenous people in B.C.  Call 1-800-588-8717 or visit:

Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Providence Health Care and community partners have created an online mental health counselling program. If you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, or other mental health or substance use challenges, please visit the website for information and recommendations for further support in Vancouver, Richmond and other coastal communities.


Coming Events

  • June is Pride Month
  • Congratulations Graduating Class of 2023!
  • June 1 & 6 – Budget Working Committee Meetings
  • June 7 – Business Committee Meeting
  • June 7 – Education Committee Meeting
  • June 14 – Hybrid Regular Board Meeting (held in Stewart)
  • June 21 – Hybrid Regular Board Meeting (if required)
  • June 21 – National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • June 28 – Last Day of School
  • June 29 – Administrative Day (schools are not in session)
  • June 29-September 4 – Summer Break
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Northern Health Info Line

COVID-19 Online Clinic and Info Line for Northern BC residents: