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Resources for Students


These books, resources, videos and websites contain general information about child and youth mental health issues for all students, including racialized students, Indigenous students, students who identify as LBGTQ or Two-Spirited, and students with special education needs, but they are not intended as a substitute for the advice of a trained professional. ​ 


Student Mental Healt​h Services 


Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone​ is a national charity that operates three counselling centres and offers community engagement initiatives through staff and volunteers across Canada.

What's Up Walk-in Clinics 

What's Up Walk-in Clinics offers free and immediate mental health counselling for children, youth, young adults and their families is available -- telephone or video session by calling MHTO at 1-866-585-6486 Monday to Friday 9am – 7pm.​ 

ConnexOntario

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

Canadian Mental Health Associat​ion (CMHA)

CMHA​ offers mental health and wellness services for Indigenous children and youth.

Other Student Mental Health & Well​ness Resources​ 


A Moment For Your Mental Health - TCDSB Student Video 

This video​ was created to provide wellness tips for students. 

Teen Mental Health: Grade 9-12 

Teen Mental Health​ offers teens some good insight into student mental health, through interesting video clips, graphics, and information. 

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.

MindShift Mobile (free) App from BC Anxiety ​​

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

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.

LGBTQ Youth Resources Website 

LGBT Youthline​ is a Queer, Trans, Two-Spirit youth-led organization that affirms and supports the experiences of youth (29 and under) across Ontario. They provide anonymous peer support and referrals, train youth to provide support to other youth and provide resources so youth can make informed decisions. 

School Mental Health On​​tario​​ (SMHO)

SMHO works with all school boards across Ontario with regard to student mental health. Please consider using the SMHO student resource for current and accurate information. 

Tip Sheet for Students in a Virtual Environment.

Online learning tips​ for students to support student safety in a virtual environment.
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