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We are an Equity Employer

We are an equity employer and encourage applicants from women, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people, people of all sexual orientation and genders and others who may contribute to our further diversification.

Job Openings

If you care about mental illness and mental health and you have the right skills, then CMHA may be the place for you.

Clinical Counsellor (Part Time)

  • North Vancouver
  • Part-time
  • Permanent
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The Clinical Supervisor will join a team of Registered Clinical Counsellors and interns and will divide their time between counselling clients (in person and virtually), supervising interns (in person) and participating in the organization’s meetings and shared activities.

Clinical Facilitator – Chronic Pain Support Group

We are seeking a clinical group facilitator to lead an online community-based support group for people living with chronic pain. The clinical group facilitator plays an important role in creating a psychologically safe, confidential, and welcoming space where participants with chronic pain can share their experiences and develop supportive relationships in a group setting.

Community Outreach Lead

  • North Vancouver
  • Full-time
  • Permanent
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The Outreach Lead position oversees the management of Peer Assisted Care Team (PACT) referrals and case management, in addition to providing crucial support to our Outreach team at CMHA NWV’s Community Outreach Services.

Community Outreach Worker

  • North Vancouver
  • Full-time
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We are seeking a Farsi-Speaking Outreach Worker to provide services to homeless or at risk of homelessness clients on the North Shore. Reporting to the Director of Operations, the successful candidate will work with clients to create appropriate case management plans and set goals, access appropriate community supports, including access to income assistance, and secure and maintain affordable housing. This is a maternity leave coverage position for 18 months.

Peer Assisted Care Team (PACT) – Assistant Manager

  • North Vancouver
  • Part-time
  • Permanent
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The successful candidate will be supervising a team who attends to residents of the North Shore, creates a non-judgmental space for their staff, engages in the community, and meets individuals where they are at.

Volunteer Board Member

Serving on the CMHA North & West Vancouver Branch Board is a great opportunity for an individual who is passionate about mental health and care for our community, while diversifying their professional skillset. Board members are expected to responsibly represent the organization to advocate for CMHA NWV’s mission, programs, and services as appropriate.

We live by our values

Our values of agency, connection, integrity, kindness, and social innovation are behind everything we do.


  • We meet people where they are at.
  • We acknowledge each person is an expert on themselves and the life they want to lead.
  • We intentionally choose to create environments where people can learn to trust their inner wisdom.
  • We believe each person is valued and respected for their own sake.


  • We see ourselves as part of an ecosystem that collectively supports wellbeing, and recognize that flourishing requires that community be at the centre.
  • We seek and harness diversity of thought because it makes our community stronger.
  • We pursue collaboration.
  • We see the present as rooted in the past and we acknowledge our shared history as we take steps forward.


  • We create conditions that make all people feel safe and trusted including our clients, our staff, other organizations, and our funders.
  • We are accountable to others and ourselves.
  • We honour and respect the trust that is bestowed on us.
  • We believe that acting with integrity is a choice; a choice to be guided by the principles of honesty, fairness, and decency.


  • We recognize that kindness is more than being nice; it’s about supporting growth.
  • We choose to build each other up.
  • We are thoughtful about how our words and actions impact others.
  • We shine a light on people’s strengths when they are unable to see them.

Social Innovation

  • We create an environment where people feel safe to share new ideas and approaches.
  • We are committed to identifying and giving voice to the systemic gaps and injustices and responding to them through innovative programs and actions.
  • We advocate with care and compassion.
  • We use stories to create change.

Volunteer with us

Our volunteers are the heart and soul of the work we do. If you’re interested in volunteering, we would love to hear from you.