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Additional Hindi Language information and Community Resources


Canadian Mental Health Association (Edmonton chapter)

Making sense of depression

Sad feelings after childbirth

Post traumatic stress disorder


Life With a New Baby Is Not Always What You Expect

This 12-page brochure provides pregnant women and new parents with information on the baby blues and postpartum mood disorders. Parents are encouraged to seek help and use strategies for self-care.


Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia:

MDABC’s South Asia Program provides mental health information, support, and education to the South Asian community in Surrey and Delta. The initiative aims to be a culturally relevant source of information about mood disorders and other mental illnesses, providing resources in Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu.


Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

About mental health

What is mental health; What contributes to mental health problems; Types of mental health problems; Where to get help.

Asking for help when things are not right

What is part of the normal reaction to living in a new country; when it is a good idea to ask for help and where to find help.


Dr. Rajpal Singh On The Harpreet Singh Show:

Developed specifically for the South Asian community, this ongoing television series aims to educate, help reduce stigma, and offer resources for dealing with mental illness. Some episodes are available online.


Vancouver and Lower Mainland Multicultural Family Support Services Society:

Provides culturally sensitive services to immigrant, visible minority and refugee women and their families who are experiencing family violence. Free and confidential advocacy, counseling, and support through bilingual and bicultural support workers.