Good mental health is critical for overall wellness. The Health Insider compiled the following listing of invaluable mental health support resources available to Canadians from coast-to-coast and covering the gamut of mental health issues.

National Mental Health Services 

9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call or text 9-8-8.

Kids Help Phone 

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to Canadians aged 5 to 29 who want confidential and anonymous care from trained responders in English and French.  

Text Services: Text “CONNECT” to 686868 (also serving adults) 
Chat Services: 
Call: 1-800-668-6868

Naseeha Mental Helpline  

A mental health helpline for Muslims and non-Muslims. Naseeha Mental Health provides a safe zone for youths and individuals to talk and get the help they need. They provide workshops for youth across North America, web therapy sessions, and offer texting mental health support 7 days a week. 

1 (866) 627-3342 
12pm – 12 am 

Talk Suicide (Crisis Service Canada)  

Talk Suicide Canada provides nationwide, 24-hour, toll-free, bilingual support to anyone who is facing suicide, struggling to understand or cope with suicidal thoughts, or worried about someone else. Trained responders listen without judgement, provide support and understanding, and provide information about resources that will help.  

Talk Suicide exists to provide moments of connection that create hope, support recovery, and save lives. They help people connect to their strengths and find new ways to cope, live and thrive. They envision a Canada where suicide is prevented because everyone can access help when they need it the most. 

Call: 1-833-456-4566 
Text: 45645 (4 pm to midnight) 


Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and well-being. Canadians have free access through organizations, colleges and universities. Togetherall is free to all post-secondary students and those aged 16-29 in Nova Scotia, and all residents aged 16+ in Alberta. They can join the togetherall community through their website

Well Central

Well Central is a program from the Canadian Mental Health Association. It is an accessible and completely free virtual Recovery College offering interactive courses that empower individuals to take control of their mental health and well-being. The Well-Being Course offers an interactive learning process guiding individuals through six dimensions of well-being: physical, social, emotional, cognitive, meaning and purpose and environmental well-being. Individuals can access Well Central courses through their website

Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada offers free, live counselling through Homewood Health, 24 hours a day. To speak to someone now, call1-866-585-0445 to be connected with a counsellor or help you better understand all the support options available at no cost. You can also find support options on their website at: is a  free online crisis & emotional support chat service for youth under 30 across Canada. Counsellors listen without judgement and keep chats confidential & anonymous. Start an online chat at or text 778 783 0177. 

Mental Health Services by Province 

British Columbia 


1800SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) provides a confidential, 24-hour 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. 

Crisis Centre Chat

Crisis Centre Chat provides online, one-on-one chat for adults in emotional distress who need safe, confidential and non-judgemental support and information. Support is available for youth, adults and seniors on their website at:
Trained volunteers can also provide topic-specific information and resources to caregivers and professionals looking to learn more about various mental health related issues.

Seniors Distress Line

The Seniors Distress Line provides free and confidential telephone support service for seniors, their caregivers or anyone concerned about a senior. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by highly trained, non-judgemental and caring volunteers. 
Those who may benefit from this service include seniors who are feeling alone, facing difficult life situations, wanting help working through a problem, or looking for information on community resources. 

Call 604 872-1234 or 310-6789, no area code needed.  

YouthInBC – Chat Line

YouthInBC – Chat line provides a web-based hotline for BC youth in distress. The service is provided through a live chat function, and email. The website also provides resources and information on youth mental health issues, as well as links to the crisis intervention telephone line. 

Visit the website at:

310Mental Health Support

310Mental Health Support (310-6789) provides a toll-free number connecting callers to a BC crisis line, without a wait or busy signal. Counsellors offer emotional support, information on appropriate referral options, and a wide range of support relating to mental health concerns.


BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre

BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre provides peer support, information and resources to help you talk to and guide a youth in your life to the services and supports they may need. 



Alberta Health Services Mental Health Help Line

The Alberta Health Services Mental Health Help Line is a 24 hour, 7 day a week, 365 days a year, confidential service that provides support, information and referrals to Albertans experiencing mental health concerns. Call 877 303-2642.  

Community Resources – 211 Alberta 

Distress line (CMHA) Edmonton region  

Toll free Northern Alberta: 1-800-232-7288 
Crisis 24 hours Edmonton: 780-482-HELP (4357) 
Seniors Abuse Helpline: 780-454-8888 Crisis 24 hours 
Edmonton CMHA 

Distress Center Calgary  

Main Crisis Line:(403) 266-HELP (4357) 
ConnecTeen: (403) 264-TEEN (8336) 
Daily chat/text support for youth: Calgary Connecteen 
Daily chat support: Distress Centre 

Distress and Suicide Prevention Line of Southwestern Alberta (CMHA -Alberta South Region)

Toll Free: 1-888-787-2880 
Crisis 24 hours for Lethbridge and area 403-327-7905 
Lethbridge CMHA 

Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre (for women who faced violence)

Toll free: 1-866-594-0533 
Crisis 24 hours Lakeland local: (780) 594-3353 
Visit the website at: DMSCC 

Crisis Text Line – Text CONNECT to 741741 

Those in crisis in Fort McMurray and Northeastern Alberta can access a confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental service. Listeners meet people in their current state and provide them with a safe space to share their distress and find the hope and the means to move forward. Call the 24-hour Crisis Line: 780-743-HELP (4357) / 1-800-565-3801 

See here for a list of important phone numbers from 


211 Saskatchewan

211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 6,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province. 

In addition to searching on the 211 Saskatchewan website, individuals can call 2-1-1, text 2-1-1 or go online to chat with trained professionals to help find and navigate services they need. This access to community, health and government services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages, are available over the phone. 

Mobile Crisis Service

Mobile Crisis Service is open to all individuals and is a service without fees. The caller defines his/her need sometimes with the assistance of the crisis worker. Crisis Workers then respond accordingly, based on assessment of risk.

Individuals and families may call for direct or indirect help for their loved ones with other challenges, such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, physical disabilities, and mental health problems. Suicide prevention support is available in the following communities: 

Prince Albert Mobile Crisis Unit 


Monday – Friday 4:00 pm – 8:00 am 
Open Saturday, Sunday & Statutory Holidays – 24 hours 

Regina Mobile Crisis Unit 

Open 24/7 
Call 306 764-1011 

Saskatoon Mobile Crisis 

24/7 Hours 
306 933-6200 

See here for a list of mental health and addiction services by the community.  


Crisis Response Centre

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, visit the  Crisis Response Centre at 817 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg, R3E 0W2  (for Winnipeg residents, 18 and older), or visit a hospital emergency department (all ages). 


Manitoba Addictions Helpline

Manitoba Addictions Helpline is a free, confidential service for people dealing with an alcohol, drug or gambling problem. Call 1-855-662-6605 or drop in at the River Point Centre, 146 Magnus Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday. Email: 

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba offers an exhaustive list of toll-free 24-hour help lines.  

Klinic Crisis Program  

The Klinic Crisis Program operates a variety of crisis phone lines and online support services, providing free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.  


Manitoba Suicide Prevention and Support Line

The Manitoba Suicide Prevention and Support Line offers confidential, 24/7, toll free service. Call 1 877 435-7170. 


The Mental Health Education Resource Centre 

The Mental Health Education Resource Centre is a province-wide resource centre that provides information, education, and mental health resources for all Manitobans. MHERC offers free access to mental health fact sheets, wellness tips, podcasts, presentations, video series, workshops and courses. MHERC houses both on-site and e-Library collections of books and other reading materials. 



Bereaved Families of Ontario (Halton/Peel Region)

The Bereaved Families of Ontario is a virtual individual and group peer support specializing in grief/loss.  

Phone: 905-848-4337 

Trillium Health Partners Crisis Intervention Team (Credit Valley Hospital)

The Trillium Health Partners Crisis Intervention Team offers crisis social worker or nurse support with direct connection to Trillium’s emergency department. They also provide telephone crisis coverage and crisis counselling to persons experiencing crisis and their families.  

The Crisis Intervention Team is available to meet with anyone who is registered in the Emergency Department at either Credit Valley Hospital or Mississauga Hospital. Phone: 905-813-6199 



Good2Talk is a free 24/7 anonymous professional counselling service. Provides connections to local resources and free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario. 

Phone: 1-866-925-5454 
Text GOOD2RALKON to 686868 

Peel Crisis Services & COAST (Crisis Outreach And Support Team)

Peel Crisis Services & COAST is a 24 hour crisis intervention (phone and outreach).  

Phone (peel): 905-278-9036 

Distress Centres of Greater Toronto (formerly Spectra Helpline):

Spectra Helpline offers crisis and suicide assessment and intervention, emotional support and check-in calls. Languages Offered: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu 

Phone: 416-408-4357 

Mood Disorders Association of Ontario

Mood Disorders Association of Ontario offers free support programs to Ontario families living with depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. 

Telephone Support Line:1-888-486-8236.
Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Distress and Crisis Ontario 

Chat 2pm – 2 am  
For support over text, text SUPPORT to 258258  or is a non-profit initiative of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) dedicated to improving the mental health of children, youth and families. They offer a localized directory of mental health services in Ontario along with screening tools, mental health events calendar and more.  



Talk4Healing offers 24/7 help, support and resources for Indigenous women, by Indigenous women, all across Ontario. Services range from urgent crisis intervention to assistance navigating situations or providing a listening ear in 14 different languages. 

Call or text 1-855-554-4325 or visit their website to chat live online. 

Distress Centre Durham 

24 hr Distress Line: 905-430-2522; 1-800-452-0688 
Pride Line: 1-855-87PRIDE (77433) 
Business Line: 905-430-3511 

Distress Centre Halton 
Distress Lines: 
  • Oakville: 905-849-4541 
  • Burlington: 905-681-1488 
  • North Halton: 905-877-1211 
  • Halton Hills/Milton: 905-877-1211 
  • Telephone Aid Line Kingston (TALK) 
  • Confidential, anonymous, non-judgmental, and volunteer-based listening service.  
  • Distress Line: 613-544-1771 
  • 6 pm – 2 am 
  • Website: 
Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Counties 
  • Developmental Services Lanark Leeds Grenville 
  • Distress Line: 1-800-465-4442 
  • Free, confidential and anonymous telephone support service.  
  • Available to individuals living within Lanark Leeds and Grenville and operates from 5:00 pm to midnight 365 days a year. 
  • Website: 
London Middlesex 
  • CMHA Middlesex website:
  • For 16+ Distress Line: 519-601-8055 / 1-844-360-8055 (for listening and encouragement) 
  • Reach Out: 519-433-2023 / 1-866-933-2023 (for mental health and addiction crisis) 
  • If a caller is under 16, call Tandem, a 24/7 Crisis Support Services and Intake team for children and youth up to 18 years of age and their parents/guardians. Tandem can be reached day or night at 519-433-0334. 
Niagara Region 
  • Distress Centre Niagara website:
  • St Catharines, Niagara Falls & Area: 905-688-3711 
  • Fort Erie Area: 905-382-0689 
  • Grimsby, West Lincoln: 905-563-6674 
  • Port Colborne, Wainfleet: 905-734-1212 
Northern Ontario 
Ottawa & Region 
  • Distress Centre Ottawa & Region website:
  • Ottawa Distress Line: 613-238-3311 (franco and anglo) 
  • Outaouais Distress Line: 1-866-676-1080 (franco and anglo) 
  • Champlain Mental Health Crisis Line (English and French) 
  • Call 613-722-6914 within the City of Ottawa or 1-866-996-0991 outside the City of Ottawa 
  • Mental Health Crisis Line Grey & Bruce: 1-877-470-5200 
Wellington and Dufferin Counties 
Windsor & Essex County 


Residents of Quebec experiencing mental health distress can obtain assistance through Talk Suicide Canada at 1-866-APPELLE (1-866-277-3553). 

Assistance is also available through text. Quebec residents can text 1-855-957-5353. Talk Suicide Canada’s text service is available in the evenings from 4:00 p.m. to midnight EST by texting 45645. 

Nova Scotia  

For mental health support call the Provincial Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line toll-free at 1-888-429-8167


24/7 anonymous professional counselling service. Good2Talk provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Nova Scotia. Call 1-833-292-3698 or text GOOD2RALKNS to 686868 


If you or a family member needs help, you can self-refer to a mental health or addictions clinic, service or program through the Nova Scotia Health Authority or  IWK Health Centre. Call toll-free: 1-855-922-1122  Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and evening hours Tuesday, 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm.


HealthyMindsNS provides online mental health support for university and college students. 



MindWell-U is a free 30-day mindfulness challenge that helps lower stress and improve wellbeing. It takes 5 minutes a day. 


Therapy Assistance Online 

Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is a free and confidential online resource with interactive activities and videos for people facing mental health challenges. It includes activities on a variety of topics, and you can choose which ones you want to explore. 


Grief and Bereavement Services

Grief and bereavement services are available to the families and friends of patients referred to palliative care. 


New Brunswick 

Access to free counselling, psychiatric care or other programs and services is through the public health system’s Addiction and Mental Health Services. These therapeutic services help people with addiction issues and/or significant mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety or psychosis. To receive services with the province’s Addiction and Mental Health Services, you must: 

  • be a New Brunswick resident,       
  • must have or be in the process of applying for a New Brunswick Medicare card  
  • have a significant mental health and/or addiction issue, and 
  • have the cognitive ability and willingness to do counselling, learn and build skills through goal-directed therapies. 

Reach out to the closest Addiction and Mental Health Services office for services in your area. 

For all community resources and local Addiction and Mental Health Services, click here

Chimo Help line

Chimo Help Line is a free, bilingual provincial crisis phone line, accessible to all residents of New Brunswick. Call 1 800 667 5005 24 hours a day, 365 days a year or access live chat from 5pm to midnight daily on their website:

Prince Edward Island 

Mental Health and Addictions Phone Line

1-833-553-6983 (toll-free) 
Calls are answered by trained mental health professionals (a registered nurse or a social worker) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

The Mobile Mental Health Response Service 

The Mobile Mental Health Response Service  (1-833-553-6983 toll-free) is available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, providing timely access to assessment, treatment and connection to ongoing mental health care during a time of crisis. The team of trained health care professions provides in-person care when situations require more than phone-based support. 

Farmers Talk

1-800-736-8006 (toll-free). The service provides confidential, professional counselling to farmers and farm families struggling with stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health and substance use concerns. 


Fisher Assistance Program 

(902) 626-9787 or (902) 786-4656 
Provides confidential, professional counselling services to fishers, crew members, and their families that affect mental health and personal well-being. The service is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. 


Aquaculture Farm Assistance Program 

(902) 626-9787 
Provides confidential, professional counselling services to aquaculture farmers, their families and certain farm employees that affect mental health and personal well-being. The service is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. 


Newfoundland and Labrador 

Bridge the Gapp is a new way for youth and adults to connect with guidance and support for mental health and addictions. Accessible from a computer, tablet or phone, people can instantly access content that can provide advice, inspiration, assurance, or direction for finding additional supports. 



Free, confidential mental health and addictions support is available at every Community Health Centre and Iqaluit Mental Health. Psychologists and other mental health professionals are available through Telehealth. Referrals and Medical Travel are provided when services are not locally available. Interpretation is available for Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun and French. 

Community Health Centre, for appointments and on-call emergencies 

Iqaluit Mental Health (867) 975-5999 
Qikiqtani General Hospital, Emergencies, (867) 975-8600 

Free, confidential mental health and emotional support services are available for former residential school students and their families. In Nunavut, cultural wellness and healing is provided by Ilisaqsivik, Tukisigiarvik, Pulaarvik Kublu and the Cambridge Bay Wellness Centre. Psychologists and other mental health professionals are also available. Transportation is provided when these services are not locally available. 

National Crisis Line
Northern Program Coordinator, Health Canada, 
  • Toll-free counselling line,  1-888-331-4433  (Inuktitut and English) 
Government of Nunavut Employee and Family Assistance Program 

Free, confidential counselling is available for Government of Nunavut employees and their immediate family members. Many resources are available such as mental health and addiction support, psychology, and online courses.

Call the Toll-free line, 24 hours, 1-800-663-1142  (English, French and Inuktut through interpreter) 

Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line

Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line offers anonymous and confidential telephone support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Call Toll Free 1-800-265-3333 or in Iqaluit 979-3333. 

Healing by Talking Program

Healing by Talking Program is a free telephone counselling service provided by the GN’s Department of Health. Call 1-888-648-0070 or email  for more information. 


The Reach Out Support Line

The Reach Out Support Line is a volunteer-based, confidential, non-judgmental, and free support line run by the Canadian Mental Health Association, Yukon Division. The Reach Out Support Line operates with volunteers trained to listen and provide support that assists callers to find options and make a plan to move forward, no matter how big or small the issue. 

The Reach Out Support Line operates from 10am to 2am, seven (7) days a week, and all holidays


Mental Health Services by Group: 



CAMH offers a grief and mourning resource centre.  


Canadian Virtual Hospice

Canadian Virtual Hospice is a free online resource to help people move through their grief from the comfort of their own home, at their own pace. It can help you understand your grief and approach some of the most difficult questions that may arise. It was developed by people who have experienced the death of someone important to them along with grief specialists. 


Healing Hearts Bereavement

The Healing Hearts Bereavement is a free bereavement support group specific to those grieving the loss of a loved one due to overdose or substance-use related harms. Healing Hearts support groups offer an open-format peer-led model of support. Healing Hearts does not offer therapeutic counselling.  


Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association

The Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association provides a repository of grief and bereavement resources. This collection of useful links and resources will help you and your loved ones cope with grief.   


First Responders 


PSPNET is a free, confidential therapy program for first responders and others in the public safety field. 


Eating Disorders 

National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)

Serving the 1 million Canadians living with a diagnosable eating disorder — and the millions of others who are struggling with food and weight preoccupation.  

Call toll-free:  1-866-633-4220 
Toronto: 416-340-4156 

9am – 9pm Monday – Thursday 
9am – 5pm on Friday 
12 – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday 

Gambling Addiction  

Alberta Problem Gambling Resources Network: 
  • 1-866-461-1259 
British Columbia Problem Gambling Help Line: 
  • 1-888-795-6111 
Quebec Gambling – Help and referral: 
  • 1-800-461-0140 
Manitoba Addictions – Help line (problem gambling): 
  • 1-800-463-1554 
Newfoundland Problem Gambling Help line: 
  • 1-888-899-4357 
New Brunswick Gambling Information line: 
  • 1-800-461-1234 
Northwest Territories General Help Line:
  •  1-800-661-0844 
Nova Scotia Problem Gambling Help Line:
  •  1-888-347-8888 
Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line: 
  • 1-800-265-3333 
Connex Ontario Help Line: 
  • 1-866-531-2600 
Prince Edward Island Problem Gambling Help Line: 
  • 1-855-255-4255 
Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Help Line: 
  • 1-800-306-6789 
Yukon Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services: 
  • 1-866-456-3838 

Victims of Human Trafficking  

The Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline

The Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline is a confidential, multilingual service, operating 24/7 to connect victims and survivors with social services, law enforcement, and emergency services, as well as receive tips from the public. The Hotline operates 24 hours, 7 days a week. Call 1-833-900-1010  or use the  Chat  function on this website:


Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line

LGBT Youth Line offers toll-free peer support for LGBTQA+ individuals. Due to Covid-19, only supporting via text, chat, and email. Phone (call/text): 416-962-2232 or call toll free:1-888-687-9688 TXT: 647-694-4275 or Email 



WAVAW offers free and confidential crisis support services to survivors of sexualized violence who are of  marginalized genders: cis and trans women, Two-Spirit, trans and/or non-binary people. For urgent support call our 24-Hour Crisis & Information Line at 604 255-6344 or 1 877 392-7583.


Trans Lifeline

The Trans Lifeline provides trans peer support, run by and for trans people. Call 1-877-330-6366 or visit @translifeline on social media. 


Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

PFLAG Is a resource for LGBT folks and their families. Visit them online at 

Newcomers (Immigrants)  


CICS is committed to taking on the wellness journey with newcomers in Canada. They provide the following support for New Canadians: 

  • Short-term Case Management — they work with you to identify your strengths and needs. Together they develop an action plan towards your wellbeing and reach your goals. 
  • Wellness Group Activities — Through their support groups and workshops, they create a safe space for you to learn the skills and strategies to stay healthy and positive. 

If you would like to know more about the Newcomer Mental Health Program, call 416-292-7510 Ext. 133 or email: 


Youth Space

Youth space is a  free online crisis & emotional support chat service for youth under 30 across Canada. They listen without judgment, and keep chats confidential & anonymous. Start an online chat or text 778 783 0177. 



Good2Talk is a free, 24/7, anonymous professional counselling service that also provides connections to local resources. Good2Talk provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario and Nova Scotia.  


Kids Help Phone 

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to Canadians aged 5 to 29 who want confidential and anonymous care from trained responders in English and French.  

Text Services: Text “CONNECT” to 686868 (also serving adults) 
Chat Services: 
Call: 1-800-668-6868 


The Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health works to promote seniors’ mental health by connecting people, ideas and resources. 


Assaulted/Abused Women 

Assaulted Women’s Helpline:  

24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line for women who have experienced any form of abuse. 

TOLL-FREE: 1-866-863-0511 
TOLL FREE TTY: 1-866-863-7868 

#SAFE (#7233) on your Bell, Rogers, Fido or Telus Mobile 

Mental Health Services by Culture

South Asian  

SACHSS Distress helpline offers telephone support for emotional or mental health issues, including depression. Call 437-254-2794, 647-523-6380 or 416-863-051


Muslim Women  

Nisa Helpline offers free, anonymous and confidential 12-hr telephone line available to Muslim women across North America, seven days a week from 10 am to 10 pm EST. 

CALL 1.888.315.NISA(6472) 


Manitoba Metis Federation – Mental Wellness Support Line 

The toll-free Mental Health Wellness Support Line can be reached by calling 1-833-390-1041 ext. 1 between 7am and 11pm daily. This confidential, Métis-owned and operated service offers citizens culturally appropriate mental health supports in both English and French. 


Hope for Wellness Helpline

Hope for Wellness Helpline is available 24/7 to all Indigenous people across Canada via phone at 1-855-242-3310 or online chat at Phone and chat counselling is available in English, French, Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut. Note that supports in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut are not available 24/7, so you may need to call in to find out the next time that a language-speaker will be available.


The National Indian Residential School Crisis Line

The National Indian Residential School Crisis Line provides 24-hour crisis support to former Indian Residential School students and their families. Call toll-free at 1-866-925-4419

MMIWG Crisis Line

This support service is for Individuals impacted by the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Call toll-free at 1-844-413-6649


The LifeLine App

The LifeLine App offers direct access to phone, online chat, text, and email crisis support, E-counselling, self-management tools, and access to crisis centres across Canada. 

Available for iPhone and Android users. 



Pocketwell is a free companion app for Wellness Together Canada. The app allows you to use your mobile device to complete self-assessments and access Wellness Together Canada resources and to track your mood from day to day. 


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