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Mental Health Resources

On this page, you will find evidence-based tools and information surrounding pediatric mental health concerns. The information provided on TREKK.ca is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and their own physician or healthcare provider.


MyHEARTSMAP- Mental Health Self-Assessment Tool


Child and youth mental-health-related visits to the emergency department are on the rise. However, few tools exist to help identify concerns early and connect youth with the right mental healthcare. MyHEARTSMAP is a digital self-assessment tool that was developed to evaluate what services youth and families may need, depending on their self-assessment scoring. View the infographics and videos on this page to learn more about the tool or click the button below to directly visit the self-assesment MyHEARTSMAP tool. 

   

                                                         


MyHEARTSMAP Videos


Watch the videos to learn how to use the MyHEARTSMAP tool.


MyHEARTSMAP Infographics





MyHEARTSMAP infographics for parents

The MyHEARTSMAP infographics for parents explains all about how to use the MyHEARTSMAP tool for youth and children.
Once completed, the results from the MyHEARTSMAP tool can be shared with healthcare providers or reserved for personal use



MyHEARTSMAP infographics for youth

MyHEARTSMAP infographics for youth will show how to use the MyHEARTSMAP tool for youth themselves. The infographics will explain more about what the MyHEARTSMAP tool will assess and how it can help direct youth to appropriate services and resources.

Canadian Mental Health Resources

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Mental health resources available throughout Canada. 


Alberta (10)

ConnecTeen

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ConnecTeen is a confidential peer support service for youth in Calgary and area. It is a program of Distress Centre.

Region(s): Alberta



Indigenous Mental Health Program

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The program provides culturally appropriate mental health care and support for Indigenous clients. The program works closely with nurses, physicians, and other service providers to facilitate a holistic approach to care.

Region(s): Alberta



Access Mental Health

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This service provides information, consultation and referral to individuals residing in the Calgary zone who have addiction and/or mental health concerns.

Region(s): Alberta



Alberta Addiction and Mental Health

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Alberta



Alberta Counselling Centre

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Alberta Counselling Centre provides comprehensive psychoeducational assessments and counselling for children, adolescents, and adults.

Region(s): Alberta



Alberta Health Link

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Call 811 to have an Information & Referral Specialist help find the service that's right for you. We're available 24/7 to help.

Region(s): Alberta



Community Geriatric Mental Health Service- South Calgary Health Centre

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Mental health services for seniors living in the community who have moderate to severe age-related mental health concerns. For patients 70 years and older with age-related mental health problems. Must be living in the community (private home, lodge, or group home).

Region(s): Alberta



Distress Centre Calgary

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Distress Centre Calgary (DCC) provides 24 hour crisis support, professional counselling, youth peer support and referrals through 211 and our programs at SORCe all at no cost.

Region(s): Alberta



InformAlberta.ca

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Zone specific list of resources

Region(s): Alberta



Togetherall

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Free online network that offers anonymous, peer-to-peer mental health services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Clinical moderators monitor the platform and direct users to available and appropriate free resources.

Region(s): Canada, Alberta




British Columbia (25)

24-Hour Crisis Line - Indigenous

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Operates a 24-hour provincial crisis and counselling line for First Nations Elders, adults, children and youth in need throughout BC. Services include follow-up or continuum care, risk assessments, safety monitoring, and 24-hour mobile outreach.

Region(s): British Columbia



310 Mental Health Support

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Provides a toll-free number connecting callers to a BC crisis line, without a wait or busy signal. Offers emotional support, information on appropriate referral options, and a wide range of support relating to mental health concerns.

Region(s): British Columbia



Battered Womens Crisis Line

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Provides telephone-based crisis support and victim services to women dealing with violence and or the effects of abuse, childhood sexual abuse, and adult sexual assault. Callers receive emotional support, coping strategies, safety planning, community resource information, and referrals to transition houses, medical services, and lawyers. Specialized support for immigrant and aboriginal women is also available.

Region(s): British Columbia



BC Children's Hospital - Mental Health Services

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Mental Health Services at BC Children's Hospital provides psychiatric assessment, short-term individual, family and group treatment and medication review.

Region(s): British Columbia



BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services

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BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS), an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA), provides a range of specialized mental health and substance use services for adults across the province.

Region(s): British Columbia



Chimo Crisis Line - Richmond

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Provides free, confidential emotional support and information to individuals in distress, crisis or who need someone to talk with. Professional volunteers are available by telephone or online chat.

Region(s): British Columbia



Chinese Help Lines

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Provides confidential, culturally-sensitive telephone support, information and referral to the Chinese community in both Cantonese and Mandarin. Trained volunteers provide emotional support and referrals to community resources that can help to address a wide range of life issues.

Region(s): British Columbia



Compass Mental Health

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Compass is a province-wide service to support evidenced based care to all BC children and youth living with mental health and substance use concerns. Compass helps community care providers such as family physicians, nurse practitioners, public health nurses, pediatricians, psychiatrists, child and youth mental health teams, and substance use teams provide timely and appropriate care close to home for every child and youth in British Columbia.

Region(s): British Columbia



Crisis Centre Chat

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Provides online, one-on-one chat, for adults in emotional distress who need safe, confidential and non-judgemental support and information. Trained volunteers can also provide topic-specific information and resources to caregivers and professionals looking to learn more about various mental health related issues.

Region(s): British Columbia



Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of British Columbia

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Provides a confidential, 24-7 toll-free crisis line for people who are feeling suicidal, are concerned for someone who might be suicidal, or for emotional support. Crisis line workers are able to provide intervention through emergency mental health teams or other emergency services, and may also refer callers to their local crisis centre for additional support and information

Region(s): British Columbia



Crisis Line - East Kootenay

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Provides 24-hour telephone help for anyone in crisis. A trained staff member or volunteer is available to listen, provide information, and support in an anonymous and confidential manner. Program offers: suicide intervention, information about available services, and non-judgmental support during challenging times.

Region(s): British Columbia



Crisis Line - Kelowna South Okanagan

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Provides 24-hour telephone help for anyone in crisis. Trained volunteers provide emotional support, resources, referrals and crisis intervention. Crisis Line workers may refer callers to appropriate community or professional resources and if needed may intervene in life-threatening or emergency situations.

Region(s): British Columbia



Crisis Line - Williams Lake and Area

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Provides 24-hour telephone help for anyone in crisis. A trained staff member or volunteer is available to listen, provide information, and support in an anonymous and confidential manner. Program offers: suicide intervention, information about available services, and non-judgmental support during challenging times.

Region(s): British Columbia



Foundry

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Foundrybc.ca offers health and wellness resources, services and supports for young people ages 12-24 across BC

Region(s): British Columbia



Fraser Health Crisis Line

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Provides 24-hour, free and confidential emotional support, crisis intervention and community resource information to individuals in need. Callers are invited to discuss the causes of their distress and explore possible options with the intent to increase coping ability. Outreach may be performed in cases where individuals may harm themselves, an individual threatens to harm another person, or a third party reports that another person may cause self-harm. Serves the Fraser Health Region.

Region(s): British Columbia



Health Link BC

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List of mental health services in BC

Region(s): British Columbia



HereToHelp

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Developed by Vancouver Coastal Health and Providence Health Care, MindHealthBC provides easy access to information and resources related to mental health and substance use conditions.

Region(s): British Columbia



Hope for Wellness Help Line

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Offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. Experienced and culturally competent counsellors can help those who wish to talk, are distressed, in crisis, or having strong emotional reactions and or painful memories. Online chat is also available.

Region(s): British Columbia



Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre

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The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre is a provincial resource centre that provides mental health and substance use information, resources and peer support to children, youth and their families from across B.C. Contact the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre toll-free anywhere in B.C. by phone (1-800-665-1822), email (keltycentre@cw.bc.ca), or in person at BC Childrens Hospital.

Region(s): British Columbia



Kootenay Boundary Regional Crisis Line

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Provides 24-hour telephone help for anyone in crisis. A trained staff member or volunteer is available to listen, provide information, and support in an anonymous and confidential manner. Program offers: suicide intervention, information about available services, and non-judgmental support during challenging times. Also takes gatekeeper calls regarding elder abuse and neglect.

Region(s): British Columbia



Mental Health and Substance Use Supports in B.C.

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): British Columbia



MonSTRESSity

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MonSTRESSity is an interactive online game to help you cope in different situations where you might experience anxiety.

Region(s): British Columbia



People in Need Crisis Line - North Okanagan

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Provides 24-hour telephone help for anyone in crisis. A trained staff member or volunteer is available to listen, provide information, and support in an anonymous and confidential manner. Crisis chat and text services are also available.

Region(s): British Columbia



Vancouver Island Crisis Line

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Provides 24-hour crisis line support including suicide assessment, crisis intervention, access to mental health crisis response services, and island-wide community resources. Also offers crisis text services and online chat.

Region(s): British Columbia



Worry Rockets

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Worry Rockets is an online game to help "launch" your worries away.

Region(s): British Columbia




Canada (11)

Better Help

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Online access to professional counsellors.On the web, and available for iPhone and Android users.

Region(s): Canada



Bounce Back (CAHM)

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BounceBack is a free program from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) that helps you build skills to improve your mental health.

Region(s): Canada



Canadian Crisis Centres

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A comprehensive list of Crisis Lines for each province and territory

Region(s): Canada



Canadian Mental Health Association (CAMH)

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CMHA is a nationwide organization that promotes mental health and supports people recovering from mental illness.

Region(s): Canada



Crisis Services Canada (Suicide Prevenition Line)

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Offers 24-hour support service to people in Canada who are in distress, suicidal or in crisis

Region(s): Canada



eMentalHealth.ca

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Comprehensive database of resources in communities across Canada

Region(s): Canada



Kids Help Phone

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Canada's only 24/7 national service offering professional counselling, information, referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support for young people.

Region(s): Canada



Multircultural Mental Health Resource Centre

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Information on mental health for immigrants and refugees

Region(s): Canada



Strongest Families(Telehealth)

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Strongest Families Institute provides evidencebased services to children and families seeking help for mental health and other issues impacting health and well-being. We provide timely care to families by teaching skills through our unique distance coaching approach supporting families over the phone and Internet in the comfort and privacy of their own home. Strongest Families provides familycentered care that is customized to their needs. Programs are designed to support children and youth from 3-17 years of age

Region(s): Canada



The LifeLine App

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Direct access to phone, online chat, text, and email crisis support. E-counselling, self-management tools, access to crisis centres across Canada. Available for iPhone and Android users.

Region(s): Canada



Togetherall

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Free online network that offers anonymous, peer-to-peer mental health services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Clinical moderators monitor the platform and direct users to available and appropriate free resources.

Region(s): Canada, Alberta




Manitoba (19)

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba

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Provide Cognitive Behavioural Programs (CBP), and ongoing support groups for the prevention, education, early intervention and management of anxiety disorders to adults. Provide resources for children, adolescents, adults, families, employers and health care professionals.

Region(s): Manitoba



Artbeat Studio

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Artbeat Studio Inc. runs unique community-based, self-directed, peer-supported programming. It provides social supports, working art studio and gallery space, and mentorship for individuals living with mental illness for the purpose of recovery and empowerment.

Region(s): Manitoba



Aulneau Renewal Centre

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The Aulneau Renewal Centre works with individuals, couples, and families to develop therapeutic plans that meet their specific needs through therapy, education, support, and guidance. Specialized CFS Therapeutic Counselling and training programs. Attachment based and trauma informed.

Region(s): Manitoba



Aurora Family Therapy Centre

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Individual, couple and family therapy Newcomer Community Development program Grief programs Homicide Bereavement Program (free to participants) and Unresolved Loss Program

Region(s): Manitoba



CAHM Mental Health Resources for Winnipeg

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List of mental health resources in Winnipeg

Region(s): Manitoba



Canadian Mental Health Association Manitoba and Winnipeg

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CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg offers a variety of services. Our services are informed by CMHAs Framework for Support and the recovery model as basis for working with people with mental health illnesses and challenges. Brochure with a list of services https://mbwpg.cmha.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2018-Agency-Brochure.pdf

Region(s): Manitoba



Indigenous Cultural Healing, Mental Health and Wellness

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Comprehensive list of resources for Indigenous People in Manitoba

Region(s): Manitoba



Klinic Community Health

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Crisis support, in-person counselling, wellness and support groups Education and training in mental health awareness, suicide prevention, self care and stress management, self injury, crisis counselling skills, becoming trauma-informed, trauma informed care and vicarious trauma Teen Talk youth mental health, substance use awareness, harm reduction and prevention, sexuality, body image, issues of violence Drop in counselling available at either 545 Broadway or 845 Regent Ave.

Region(s): Manitoba



Klinic Crisis Support

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Region(s): Manitoba



Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Line

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Region(s): Manitoba



Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre

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MATC provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience psychiatric and/or emotional disorders.

Region(s): Manitoba



Manitoba Farm, Rural & Northern Support Services

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Region(s): Manitoba



Manitoba Schizophrenia Society

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Programs for adults, children, families and friends Public education, workshops, advocacy, drama presentations

Region(s): Manitoba



Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line

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Region(s): Manitoba



Mental Health and Addictions

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Manitoba



Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba

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The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba is a self-help organization dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy for those living with a mood disorder, co-occurring disorders or other mental health illnesses.

Region(s): Manitoba



Shared Health

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Mental health resource finder for Manitoba

Region(s): Manitoba



Winnipeg Adult Mobile Crisis Service

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Region(s): Manitoba



Winnipeg Youth Mobile Crisis Service

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Region(s): Manitoba




New Brunswick (7)

Addiction and Mental Health Support and Services for Children and Youth in New Brunswick

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): New Brunswick



Bridge the Gapp

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Bridgethegapp.ca is the go-to website for mental health information and connection to local supports and services. Sign up for online programming, tools, and services in each region and share personal stories of recovery with others.

Region(s): New Brunswick



Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), New Brunswick (CMHA of NB)

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The New Brunswick Division of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is part of a nation-wide, charitable organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. Their website has information about mental illness, as well as information about local community mental health centres

Region(s): New Brunswick



Capital Region Mental Health and Addictions Association (CRMHAA)

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CRMHAA is a strong advocate for persons with mental illness and their families. Here is how we make a difference in our community: -Advocating for mental health consumers within the mental health system -Employment support for those ready to return to work or education -A place to learn life skills, regain confidence and respect within our REACH program. -Facilitating support groups for mental health consumers, care givers of mental health consumers, and those impacted by the suicide of a loved one. -Outreach and advocacy for the homeless in partnership with John Howard Society of Fredericton -Educating the public and corporations on mental health matters -Offering certification in Suicide Intervention and Mental Health First Aid

Region(s): New Brunswick



Chimo HelpLine

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Chimo is a provincial service which provides a free, confidential and bilingual crisis intervention service to all residents of New Brunswick. We are committed to helping with any issue: Thoughts of suicide Emotional Distress Addictions Mental Health Abuse Loneliness Depression General Information

Region(s): New Brunswick



Eastern Health Mental Health and Addictions

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A comprehensive list of mental health resources for children, youth and adults in Eastern Health region.

Region(s): New Brunswick, New Foundland and Labrador



Horizon Health Network

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Horizon Health Network (Horizon) is the largest regional health authority in New Brunswick and the second-largest health authority in Atlantic Canada with expertise in diverse areas of health and community services. The website includes a comprehensive list of mental health resources in New Brunswick

Region(s): New Brunswick




New Foundland and Labrador (7)

811 Healtline

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HealthLine is a confidential and free telephone line staffed by experienced Registered Nurses. It is available to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador any time, day or night. Call 811 to speak to a Registered Nurse. HealthLine can help you decide what steps to take to manage your physical and mental health, and the health of your family. HealthLine nurses can also provide information about health services in your area, and answer questions you may have about health-related topics.

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador



Bridge the gapp Newfoundland

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Bridgethegapp.ca is the go-to website for mental health information and connection to local supports and services. Sign up for online programming, tools, and services in each region and share personal stories of recovery with others.

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador



Doorways(12yrs and up)

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Not an emergency service but provides rapid access to mental health and addictions counselling services. Offering in-person, telephone and or video sessions.

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador



Eastern Health Mental Health and Addictions

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A comprehensive list of mental health resources for children, youth and adults in Eastern Health region.

Region(s): New Brunswick, New Foundland and Labrador



Mental Health and Addictions

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador



Provincial E-Mental Health services

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Brochure with key mental health online resources - province wide

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador



Supporting Children Brochure

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Brochure with provincial resources for children

Region(s): New Foundland and Labrador




North West Territories (2)

Mental Health Resources and Supports

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): North West Territories



The NWT Help Line

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The NWT Help Line offers free support to residents of the Northwest Territories, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Region(s): North West Territories




Nova Scotia (5)

Bridge the Gapp

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Bridgethegapp.ca is the go-to website for mental health information and connection to local supports and services. Sign up for online programming, tools, and services in each region and share personal stories of recovery with others.

Region(s): Nova Scotia



Canadian Mental Health Association - Nova Scotia Division

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CMHA NS provides advocacy, programs and resources that help to prevent mental ill health, support recovery and resilience, and enable all Nova Scotians to flourish and thrive.

Region(s): Nova Scotia



IWK Mental Health

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The IWK Health Centre provides quality care to women, children, youth and families in the Maritime provinces and beyond.

Region(s): Nova Scotia



Laing House

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Laing House is a non-profit that is dedicated to empowering young people living with mental illness by providing well-rounded support in young peoples wellness plans, which leads to better outcomes. They offer quality, non-clinical, people-centered mental health support for youth ages 16 - 29.

Region(s): Nova Scotia



Mental Health and Wellbeing

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Nova Scotia




Nunavut (5)

Embrace Life Council Isaksimagit Inuusirmi Kattujjiqatigiit

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Embrace Life Council is a non-profit suicide prevention organization based in Iqaluit, Nunavut.

Region(s): Nunavut



Kamatsiaqtut Help Line

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Region(s): Nunavut



Makimautiksat Youth Wellness and Empowerment Camp

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Makimautiksat is an evidence-based youth camp which aims to equip Nunavut youth with critical life skills and knowledge that foster positive mental health and wellness.

Region(s): Nunavut



Mental Health

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Nunavut



The Umingmak Centre

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Advocacy for children who experienced abuse. Refferal via RCMP or CFS. Goal is to identifying and promoting evidence-based, Inuit-specific approaches to therapy for children and youth and increasing the capacity of the community in providing these services.

Region(s): Nunavut




Ontario (8)

Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario

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Provides a wide variety of programs and services designed to meet local mental health needs. These programs are delivered primarily by community agencies and sometimes through hospitals or health clinics. The majority of programs provided by community-based agencies are designed to serve the most vulnerable and most severely ill.

Region(s): Ontario



ConnexOntario Helpline

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ConnexOntario is an information and referral service, focusing on mental health, addiction and problem gambling services in the province. Support Ontarians via phone, web-chat and email 24/7.

Region(s): Ontario



Distress Centre Ontario

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Region(s): Ontario



Distress Centre Ottawa

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Region(s): Ontario



Gerstein Centre

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Gerstein Centre provides crisis intervention to adults, living in the City of Toronto, who experience mental health problems. The Centre provides supportive counselling for immediate, crisis issues and referrals to other services for on-going, non-crisis issues. Our service is a community mental health service and is non-medical.

Region(s): Ontario



Good2Talk

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Good2Talk is a free, confidential support service for post-secondary students in Ontario. First launched in 2013, Good2Talk is funded by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. By calling Good2Talk at 1-866-925-5454, students can receive information and referrals about services and supports for mental health, addictions and well-being on and off campus and speak anonymously with a professional counsellor.

Region(s): Ontario



Health and Wellness

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Ontario



Talk4Healing

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Talk4Healing is a culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages all across Ontario.

Region(s): Ontario




Prince Edward Island (8)

Bridge the Gapp

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Bridge the gapp is an online resource for Islanders to find mental health and substance use support information. Connect with local clinicians, find tools and services, and share personal stories with others, all from the comfort of your home.

Region(s): Prince Edward Island



Canadian Mental Health Association PEI division

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Region(s): Prince Edward Island



Community Mental Health Services

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A list of community mental health services where mental health intake is conducted. call and talk with an intake worker who will help you determine which programs and services are best suited to your treatment needs. Once your needs are screened, you may be linked to appropriate mental health service

Region(s): Prince Edward Island



E-mental Health and Telehealth

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Community e-metal health and telehealth services

Region(s): Prince Edward Island



Mental Health and Addictions

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Prince Edward Island



Mental Health Walk-in clinics

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List of community mental health walk in clinics

Region(s): Prince Edward Island



Overview of Mental Health Services in PEI

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Region(s): Prince Edward Island



The PEI Helping Tree

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The PEI Helping Tree is designed to inform Islanders of the many helping resources available on Prince Edward Island; including mental health

Region(s): Prince Edward Island




Quebec (20)

AMI-Quebec Action

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AMI-Quebec Action on Mental Illness is a non-profit organization that helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy.

Region(s): Quebec



Association des Centres d'coute Tlphonique du Qubec

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Quebec Regional resources

Region(s): Quebec



Association Iris

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Counseling, short-term housing, mobile intervention, 24 Hour Crisis Line [F] Montrel (North)

Region(s): Quebec



Canadian Mental Health Association - Quebec Division

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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is dedicated to the promotion of mental health, preventing mental health problems, and supporting those with mental health problems.

Region(s): Quebec



Centre L'Autre Maison

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Crisis intervention line, follow-up & counseling, short-term housing [E/F] Montreal (South-West)

Region(s): Quebec



Deuil Jeunesse

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Deuil-Jeunesse us a professional intervention organiation unique in Quebec that helps young people and adults who experience serious illness, the death of loved one or losses related to parental separation, abandonment, adoption or disappearance. 

Bottom Line Recommendation
Region(s): Quebec



Forward House

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Community-based services and programs for adults who have experienced or are experiencing mental health difficulties

Region(s): Quebec



Foundation Jeune en Tte

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Programs aimed at preventing psychological distress in young people

Region(s): Quebec



Friends for Mental Health

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Support and resources for family and friends of people suffering with mental illness

Region(s): Quebec



Info-Sant 811

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Info-Sant 811 is a free and confidential telephone consultation service. 811 is the only telephone number for this service. Dialling 811 promptly puts you in contact with a nurse in case of a non-urgent health issue.

Region(s): Quebec



Interligne

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For issues related to sexual orientation

Region(s): Quebec



La Parentrie

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Support services and resources for family and friends of people suffering from severe and persistent mental health issues

Region(s): Quebec



Le Centre d'Aide 24/7 (24/7)

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Offering 24/7 distress and crisis intervention services

Region(s): Quebec



Le Transit

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Crisis intervention centre, short-term shelter, 24 Hour Crisis Line [F] Montreal (Centre/East)

Region(s): Quebec



Mental Disorders

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Quebec



quipe Mobile de Crise Rsolution

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Mobile intervention, counseling, short-term housing, 24 Hour Crisis Line [E, mostly F] Montreal (East)

Region(s): Quebec



Suicide Action Montreal

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Education, bereavement support, 24 Hour Crisis Line [E/F] Montreal

Region(s): Quebec



Suicide.ca

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Region(s): Quebec



Tracom

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Short-term shelter, community follow up, outreach, 24 Hour Crisis Line [E/F] Montreal

Region(s): Quebec



West Island Crisis Centre

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Crisis line, counseling, short-term housing, mobile intervention - all 24/7 [E/F]

Region(s): Quebec




Saskatchewan (8)

Canadian Mental Health Association - Saskatchewan

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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is dedicated to the promotion of mental health, preventing mental health problems, and supporting those with mental health problems.

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Children Mental Health Services (0 - 11 years old)

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Provide services to children from birth to 11 years of age and their caregivers, who are experiencing a wide range of mental health concerns

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Community Adult Mental Health Services

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Community counselling and mental health services

Region(s): Saskatchewan



HOPE Learning Centre

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Helping Others through Peer Support (H.O.P.E.): A learning centre where people who have experienced mental health challenges can offer peer support

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Mental Health and Illness

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Saskatchewan Health Authority

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List of locations where new clinets can receive mental health intake and services.

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Support groups: eMental Health

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Online resource database for finding support groups in your area

Region(s): Saskatchewan



Youth Mental Health and Addiction Services

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Provide services to youth between the ages 12 to 18 years (and their caregivers), who are experiencing a wide range of concerns

Region(s): Saskatchewan




Yukon (4)

Canadian Mental Health Association Yukon

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Region(s): Yukon



Champagne/Aishihik First Nations Wellness Program

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Aishihik Lake Wellness program offers culturally relevant prevention and rehabilitation wellness programs and client and community support programs for CAFN members. The program also offers individual counselling as well as drug and alcohol assessments and referrals for treatment.

Region(s): Yukon



Kaushee's Place Crisis Line

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Region(s): Yukon



Mental Health Wellness and Support

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Provincial government website with an overview of the mental health resources in the province.

Region(s): Yukon