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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Resources for Students

These books, resources, videos and websites contain general information about children’s mental health issues but they are not intended as a substitute for the advice of a trained professional.


Kids Help Phone 


What's Up Walk-in Clinics

Free and immediate mental health counselling for children, youth, young adults and their families, and families with infants is available--telephone or video session by calling MHTO at 1-866-585-6486 Monday to Friday 9AM – 7PM.​


ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness and/or gambling.

Teen Mental Health: Grade 9-12

The website also offers  teens some good insight into student mental health, through interesting video clips, graphics, and information.

What is Mental Health (Video): Grade 7-12

Dr. Chondra from Queen’s University:  Cartoon with Voice over (suitable for grade 7 and above)

Mind Check: for teens and young adults

Helpful web-based resource with tip sheets, videos, and quick quizzes to take to determine if you may need support.  Some resource offered are Canada wide, others are British Columbia based.

Mind Shift Mobile (free) App from BC Anxiety

​​MindShift is an app designed to help teens and young adults cope with anxiety. 

Find Myself  - TCDSB Student Video

This music video was created to document the creation of a mosaic designed by TCDSB SAL (Supervised Alternative Learning) students who worked together as a community. The mosaic is a metaphor for how beauty is possible when different parts come together with a common vision of goodness and wellness.

CAMH Video “Promoting Mental Health: Finding a Shared Language”:

This video helps us understand what is meant by Mental Health vs. Mental Illness and the steps we can all take to improve our mental health and well-being:

5 high-profile Canadian celebs who chose to #Getloud about mental illness:


CMHA: Mental Health and Wellness Services for Indigenous Children and Youth

LGBTQ youth resources website: ​​


Student Menta​l Health Ontario​​ (SMHO), works with all school boards across Ontario with regard to student mental health. 

Please consider using the SMHO student resource links below for current and accurate information:

Tip Sheet for Students:  Supporting student safety in a virtual environment.