Visions is an award-winning quarterly magazine that brings together many views on mental health and substance use. It’s a place to explore different aspects of wellness, share your own experiences, learn from others, and discuss ideas.
The journal is written by and for people who have experienced mental health or substance use problems or used mental health or addictions services, along with service providers, family and friends, community advocates, and leaders and decision-makers.
See our past issues below:
Visions issues 1997-2003
For Visions issues published prior to #18, please see the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division website. Issues published between 1997 and 2003 include:
- Supported Education
- Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
- Seniors' Mental Health
- Anxiety Disorders in Children and Youth
- Spirituality and Recovery
- Mood Disorders
- Cross Cultural Mental Health
- Sexuality, Intimacy and Relationships
- Poverty, Unemployment and Income
- Approaches to Building Mental Health Accountability
- Community Inclusion
- What is Mental Health?
- Women's Mental Health
- Rehabiliation and Recovery
- Early Intervention