The following online resources offer practical advice and help. They also have information that is easily printed:

BUILT Network Online
This site is sponsored by the federal Ministry of Social Development. It brings together people with disabilities to work as a team to increase their workplace skills. People deal with issues such as low self-esteem, poor self-confidence and mental health problems such as depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder.

Canadian Mental Health Association
Hangin’ in there: Strategies for job retenion by persons with a psychiatric disability talks about what employees and employers need to know so that you can retain your job. It also offers a list of resources available across Canada.

Mental Health Works
This site offers practical information on mental illness in the workplace. It has a special section for employees and another for employers. It publishes a newsletter with coping strategies and the latest information to help both employers and employees deal effectively with mental illness in the workplace.

National Mental Health Information Centre

This site  - part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services - publishes a series of six toolkits intended to help professionals change their practice approaches to include goals of recovery. Topics include illness management and recovery, medication management, assertive community treatment, family psychoeducation, supported employment and concurrent disorders.