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ConnexOntario Helpline

Free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling.


A free cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) program that offers guided mental health self-help supports for adults and youth 15 and older.

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.

211 Ontario

Information and referral for community, government, social and health services, including mental health resources across Ontario.

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

Kids Help Phone

Free, 24/7, confidential e‑mental health service offering support in English and French to children and youth ages 5 to 20 through phone, text, and online resources. 

Youth Wellness Hubs

Free access to mental health services, support for substance use concerns, primary health care, social services, housing, employment, recreation and more with a network of 22 hubs across Ontario serving youth ages 12–25 in 30 communities.

Signs and symptoms

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


Free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario ages 17–25.

Mental health services

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

Mental health resources in schools

Access services at or through schools.

Indigenous communities

Hope for Wellness Helpline

Immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention for all Indigenous peoples across Canada (available in some Indigenous languages).

Aboriginal Health Access Centres

Access primary health care, traditional healing and other services.

Aboriginal Service

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

Talk 4 Healing

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

Indigenous children and youth

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


Resources at work

Workplace mental health

Reduce stress and promote mental health at work.

Mental wellness supports for health care workers

If you are a health care worker who is in need of mental wellness resources, you can quickly access supports, including:

  • resources you can access on your own to help you manage your mental wellness and maintain your well-being
  • professional peer group supports
  • confidential support, by phone or online, working with a mental health professional

Find individual support through any of the following organizations:

Find organization level resources and training:


Mental health resources for first responders and public safety personnel

Explore mental health resources for serving and retired first responders and public safety personnel, and their families.


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