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  1. Evaluating Information on Mental Health and Substance Use

    [Info Sheet]

      PDF | More info sheets Author: Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division   With all of the information coming at us these days, it can be hard to filter out what is good information and what information isn't so good. This is especially true ...

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  2. Finding Useful Health Information Online

    [Visions Article]

    Over the last ten years, the amount of information available on the internet has grown exponentially. As anyone who has been online can attest, the information can range from the useful to the not-so- useful to the downright dangerous ...

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  3. Changing With the Times

    [Visions Article]

    A quick glance at the number and variety of distress lines and other services available across BC shows there are a lot of crisis services available for youth who need support—everything from drop-in centres to crisis lines. But the challenge for support ...

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  4. Evaluating Mental Health and Substance Use Information

    [Visions Article]

    A big part of health literacy is understanding where information came from. You can come across conflicting information, old information, personal experiences or opinions, or downright unhelpful information. Do you know who wrote the article? Does a write ...

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