Mental Health Tip Sheets

The tip sheets linked below are PDF files, suitable for viewing on screen, sharing, or printing. If you need PDF software for your computer, you can download it here.

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Sometimes we forget the simple things we can do to keep ourselves in good mental health. These tips will help remind you.
 
This tip sheet can help you eat healthy for mental health.
 
These 11 tips will help keep you on the track to a healthy lifestyle.
 
Eating well is much easier if you can plan your meals ahead of time.
 
These basic tips can help you prepare your own healthy food.
 
Reducing stress is an important part of good mental health. Use these tips to keep calm.
 
There are certain essential nonperishable ingredients you should always have in your cupboard. They can be used as the basis for a meal or as snacks.
 
There are things you can do to encourage a happy state of mind.
 
This list of do's and don'ts will help you help someone you care about who's struggling with an eating disorder.
 
Keeping simple lists can help keep you grounded when the going gets tough.
 
These tips will help give you a voice in your care and recovery.
 
Returning to work after you've been ill can be a challenge. This tip sheet can help you meet it.
 
Some basic information on what do if you're worried about a loved one's mental health.
 
In a writing group, the focus is on sharing experiences. Use these tips to start a group of your own, or use them in a group you're already in.
 
If you can't find a support group that meets your needs, consider starting one of your own. It's not a difficult thing to do.
 
Here are 6 ways you can support a loved one's recovery from mental illness.