External Resources by Province

 

To find additional resources in your province, click on a province below!


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British Columbia
Alberta
Yukon Territories
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Ontario
Quebec
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
Newfoundland
National and Other


British Columbia

  • Youth in BC Crisis line https://youthinbc.com/

  • BC Crisis Line 310-6789 (do not add 604, 778 or 250 before the number)

  • Foundry- resources, services and supports – youth-focused online service centres in eight communities across BC https://foundrybc.ca/

  • Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre - navigating the mental health system, peer support, education, and other local services https://keltymentalhealth.ca/ 



Alberta



Yukon Territories



Northwest Territories

  • ACCESS Open Minds- Ulukhaktok (Mental Health drop in, has resources and Mental Health professionals. Youth-focused) - Ulukhaktok Community Corp, NWT

  • NWT Community Counselling Program (free and in 19 communities) Mental Health and Addictions Dept. of Health/Social Services: https://www.gov.nt.ca/en/service-directory/health-wellness


Nunavut

  • Kamatsiatut (helpline): 1-800-265-3333

  • Embrace Life Council (non-profit organization - mostly educational) www.inuusiq.com



Saskatchewan

  • Saskatchewan Alliance for Youth and Community Wellbeing - "The Saskatchewan Alliance for Youth and Community Well-Being (SAYCW) is a partnership between health, education and other community stakeholders dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the Saskatchewan population"   A good resource hub for schools, suicide prevention, substance use, toolkits, and even includes several resources for Indigenous youth populations https://saycw.com/resources/toolkits/mental-health/   

  • The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute - Education-based website for those looking to learn about mental health and illness- contains educational resources and professional development on certain topics. https://skprevention.ca/ 

  • HealthLine 811: "HealthLine 811 is a confidential, 24-hour health and mental health and addictions advice, education and support telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and registered social workers. HealthLine 811 is free. Services are offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages." https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/Services-Locations/HealthLine/Pages/home.aspx 

  • AccessOpenMinds - (Indigenous) Youth-focused mental health service providers in Sturgeon Lake First Nation. "ACCESS team members can help support links to care and support as needed or request by youth" http://accessopenminds.ca/our-site/sturgeon-lake-first-nation-sk/



Manitoba

  • Klinic- health care clinics, education, counselling, crisis lines for people of all ages (online and phone, including for sexual assault) http://klinic.mb.ca/

  • Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Mental Health Program - Child & Adolescent Mental Services - short and long term services for kids and youth, hospital and community-based
    https://www.matc.ca/index.html



Ontario



Quebec



New Brunswick



Prince Edward Island



Nova Scotia



Newfoundland

  • Warmline (non-crisis phone support): 1-855-753-2560

  • NFLD Crisis number: 1-709-737-4668

  • Bridge the gAPP - connects youth with guidance and supports for their mental well being. Provides self-help resources and local services over the phone, tablet, computer, etc http://bridgethegapp.ca

  • For Indigenous peoples: First Light NL - Cultural-based support http://www.firstlightnl.ca

  • Stella’s Circle - counseling, work, job training, housing, and shelters https://stellascircle.ca/  

  • Gambling Help Line (For Eastern NL): 1-888-889-4357

  • Sexual Assault Crisis Line and Prevention Centre: 1-800-726-2743

  • Vulnerable-population focused: Programs to set folks up for success https://www.thrivecyn.ca/



National and Other