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In-School Mental Health resources:

In-School Mental Health resources can be accessed through the school administration or guidance. There are also services of a Social Worker, a Child, and Youth Worker (CYW), and/or a Guidance counselor. Additionally, students can access spiritual support through the Chaplaincy Department.

Crisis Support resources:

​- Kids Help Phone: Get Support. Crisis Support and mental health information. Available 24/7 by texting: CONNECT to 686868 or call 1-800-668-6868.

- Home| What's Up Walk-In® Mental Health Counselling. Free mental health counseling by phone/video. To be connected to a counselor for a telephone or video session please call MHTO at 1-866-585-6486 Monday to Friday 9 am – 7 pm.

- Distress Centres of Greater Toronto. Languages available: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu. Available 24/7 by texting calling 833-456-4566 (nationwide) or 416-408-4357 (GTA).

- 24/7Crisis Line – Youthdale. Youthdale Psychiatric Services. You can access the team by calling 416-363-9990.

- Crisis Text Line​ is available 24/7 in Canada and the US. Text HOME to 741741.

- Visit the nearest emergency department (ER) or call 911.

COVID-19 Resources:

- Parents and Families – COVID-19

- Educators – COVID-19

- Students – COVID-19

- Resource Hub: Mental health and wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic  


Resources for Parents and Families:

- Children’s Mental Health Ontario

- Learning Hubs by About Kids Health (ADHD, ASD, COVID-19, Epilepsy, Health and Wellness, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Parenting Skills, Sleep, Toddler, Teen) ​

- Autism Ontario

- Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO)​

Resources for Educators:

- Supporting Minds

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Resources for Students:

TogetherAllA safe community to support your mental health.  – Free, online mental health and wellbeing service that helps people who are dealing with everyday stressors or major life events. Available 24/7.

Resources for 2SLGBTQ+ students:

- Mental Health Services for Gender-Diverse and Sexual-Minority Youth. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). This guide provides a summary of the services and programs that support the mental health and well-being of gender-diverse and sexual minority youth in Ontario. It aims to help youth, their friends, family, caregivers and service providers find their way around these services and systems.

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- 2021 Bell Let’s Talk. ​

Mindfulness and Meditation Apps

- Hallow Catholic Meditation. Hallow is a Catholic prayer app that offers audio-guided meditation sessions to help us grow in our faith and spiritual lives and find peace in God.

-​ is offering free meditations.

- Insight timer app​ - with meditations for sleep, anxiety, and stress.

- Healthy Minds Program App – an easy-to-use guide to your emotional well-being.

- Simple Habit App with meditations for anxiety, sleep, parenting, PTSD, chronic pain, grief, and depression.