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General

ConnexOntario Helpline

211 Ontario

BounceBack®

  • A free cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) program that offers guided mental health self-help supports for adults and youth 15 and older.
  • Toll-free: 1-866-345-0224

Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT)

iCBT is a practical, short-term program delivered online. It helps people develop skills and strategies to address symptoms of mild to moderate anxiety and/or depression.

To learn more and get services, contact either:

Breaking Free Online

A free online therapy tool designed to help Ontarians ages 16 and older reduce or stop the use of over 70 substances, such as tobacco, alcohol and drugs, including opioids.

Young people

Good2Talk

Kids Help Phone

Indigenous peoples

Hope for Wellness Helpline

Talk 4 Healing

Indigenous women can get help, support and resources seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with services in 14 languages.

Resources in your community

Mental health and addiction services

Get free, confidential support for depression, anxiety, addiction or problem gambling.

Healing after violence

Get help for victims of crime, and survivors of sexual abuse, sexual assault or partner violence.

Distress and crisis services

Find distress and crisis support in your region.

Newcomers to Ontario

Learn about dealing with stress, understanding mental illness and asking for help (available in multiple languages).

Children and youth

Mental health services

Find mental health support for children and youth under the age of 18.

Signs and symptoms

Identify when a child or youth may need mental health support.

Mental health resources in schools

Access services at or through schools.

Indigenous communities

Aboriginal Health Access Centres

Access primary health care, traditional healing and other services.

Indigenous children and youth

Find a variety of mental health and wellness supports, including traditional healing and culture-based services.

CAMH Aboriginal Service

Access programs and counselling for Indigenous people experiencing substance use and mental health issues.

Resources at work

Workplace mental health

Reduce stress and promote mental health at work.

Farmers

Find resources to help reduce stress and improve well-being for farmers and their families.

First responders and PTSD

Learn about plans to prevent PTSD and download a PTSD first responders’ toolkit.

Health care workers and COVID-19

Find support if you are a health care worker impacted by stress related to COVID-19.

Updated: September 23, 2021
Published: January 29, 2019