|9-8-8 National Suicide Crisis Helpline
The Government of Canada and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health announced the launch of the 9-8-8: Suicide Crisis Helpline across the country.
This easy-to-remember number will connect anyone in Canada to free 24/7 suicide prevention support by phone calls and text.
|Best Start is a provincial agency that provides free maternal newborn and early child development education, resources, programs and supports for parents, caregivers and educators about child health care, and mental health.
|British Columbia Center for Disease Control
|The BCCDC provides provincial and national leadership in disease surveillance, detection, treatment, prevention and consultation. The Center also provides mental health and substance use educational resources.
|Canadian Center for Child Protection
|CCCP is a national organization that provides free evidenced based information, programs and resources focused on legal child protection, prevention of child exploitation, physical and mental mal-treatment issues to protect and support children 0- 18 years. Provides mental health supports and information for children of trauma.
|Center for Addictions and Mental Health
|CAMH is a national organization dedicated to providing educational resources and services for treatment of addictions and related mental health issues.
|Canadian Mental Health Association
|CMHA is a national organization that promotes mental health and supports people recovering from mental illness. It provides direct client services, and on-line education and support services at the local, provincial and national level.
|Canadian Center on Substance Use
|CCSA is a national organization providing resources on the spectrum of substances. It provides up to date evidenced based research and information to professionals and families.
|Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)
|CATIE provides up-to-date information about HIV and hepatitis C. It offers people living with HIV or hepatitis C, at-risk communities, healthcare providers and community organizations the knowledge, resources, and expertise to reduce transmission and improve quality of life.
|Crises Service Canada
|Crisis Services Canada (CSC) is a national network of existing distress, crisis, and suicide prevention line services. The network provides support and resources to any person living in Canada who is affected by suicide, in the most caring and least intrusive manner possible.
|Connex Ontario is a provincial government 24/7 call center for confidential one point access to all provincial mental health and addictions services and supports.
|Drug Free Kids Canada
|DFK Canada is a National Program providing best practice drug use prevention resources and tools to engage, empower and educate parents to prevent problematic substance use disorders.
|eMentalHealth.ca is a non-profit initiative of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario dedicated to improving the mental health of children, youth, and families. It provides a directory of over 1,200 mental health organizations and services containing relevant focused populations information and across the life span., over 130 topic specific info sheets, 45 Screening tools, information about mental health events and other free available resources for public and health care professionals in both official languages.
|Health Canada Mental Health
|Health Canada is a federal government institution responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health. Its website provides access to free education resources, research, statistics, and directory of crises contact information in Canada.
|Knowledge Institute on Child Youth Mental Health and Addictions
|The Knowledge Institute on Child Youth Mental Health and Addictions is a provincial organization that provides free evidenced based resources, educational materials and programs for youth and young adults from 10 to 25 years old.
|Mental Health Ontario Prenatal Education
|A provincial government organization that provides pre- and post-natal mental health education, strategies, and links to supports for clients.
|Mental Health Commission of Canada
|The MHCC is a national organization that offers mental health programs, trainings, and tools to support the mental health and wellness of Canadians in both personal life and in workplaces.
|Ontario Harm Reduction Network
|The OHRN is funded by Ontario Ministry of Health and provides training, networking opportunities and consultations to harm reduction service providers and agencies from across Ontario. Its website contains information and research regarding substance use harm reduction strategies.
|Ontario Physical Health and Education Association
|OPHEA is a provincial agency providing educators, parents and caregivers with free mental health resources and tools.
|Physical Health and Education Canada
|PHE Canada is a national organization focusing on healthy growth and development of children ages JK – 12. It provides free activities and resources to foster positive mental health and well-being.
|Substance Use and Resource Exchange
|SURE provides evidenced based tools and resources to help communities develop and implement initiatives to address substance use as well as to protect and promote the health and safety of people who use substances.
|The Mothers Program
|A website providing medical, education and other information and resources to women who are contemplating pregnancy, are pregnant or are new mothers.
|The Psychology Foundation of Canada
|PFC is a national mental health organization that provides free evidenced based resources, programs and information for families and workplaces.