Resources

The following resources are freely available for use by students, parents and educators.
Please feel free to download and print, share with family, friends or display in your classroom
or mental health awareness workshop.

 

Student Resources



Mental Health Facts

Mental Health Journey


Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone offers free, anonymous and confidential counselling for young people up to age 20. Their website helps young people connect and share stories, and offers up-to-date information on topics ranging from mental health to abuse to relationships.

http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens


Mind Your Mind

A Canadian website on mental health for young people that provides information, tips and coping strategies and interactive tools and games.

www.mindyourmind.ca


Headspace

An Australian-based website that provides real stories, information and resources for people related to mental health.

www.headspace.org.au/is-it-just-me


Children’s Mental Health Ontario

CMHO represents and supports the providers of child and youth mental health treatment services throughout Ontario.

www.kidsmentalhealth.ca


Kids Help Phone – Info Booth

Whether you need an answer or are just feeling curious, Info Booth is your place to get information on topics of interest to you.

www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/InfoBooth.aspx

 

Video Resources

The Jack Project Video


Mental Health First Aid Role Play Video

(Produced by The Jack Project at Kids Help Phone in association with the Mental Health Commission of Canada/Mental Health First Aid and Queen’s University)


Anti-Bulling Video


Starfish Story


Unleash the Noise Student Created Videos

Trailer

The Rant

Dear 16 year old me

Promo

 

Parent Resources



Mental Health Commission of Canada

An site that includes information on mental health in Canada, including current initiatives and projects, publications, news and events.

www.mentalhealthcommission.ca


Canadian Mental Health Association

A comprehensive site containing information on mental health, understanding mental illness, and accessing support and resources.

www.cmha.ca


Kids Help Phone – Info Booth

Find out more about information of interest and relevance to your youth. Over 50 vetted topics, all in youth-friendly language. Also a great place to learn. Consider reviewing these subjects with your young person as a conversation-starter.

www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/InfoBooth.asp

 

General Resources

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone offers free, anonymous and confidential counselling for young people up to age 20. Their website helps young people connect and share stories, and offers up-to-date information on topics ranging from mental health to abuse to relationships.

www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens


Kids Help Phone – Info Booth

Whether you need an answer or are just feeling curious, Info Booth is your place to get information on topics of interest to you.

www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/InfoBooth.aspx


Mental Health Commission of Canada

An site that includes information on mental health in Canada, including current initiatives and projects, publications, news and events.

www.mentalhealthcommission.ca


Canadian Mental Health Association

A comprehensive site containing information on mental health, understanding mental illness, and accessing support and resources.

www.cmha.ca


Teen Mental Health

Based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, this site contains general information on mental health, as well as a section for families and teens on specific disorders such as bipolar disorder and depression. This site also contains sections for educators and health professionals.

www.teenmentalhealth.org


Healthy Minds Canada

Healthy Minds Canada (HMC) is a national charitable organization that was founded in 1980 and since this time has funded close to 400 research projects at 42 universities and teaching hospitals across Canada.

http://www.healthymindscanada.ca/


The JED Foundation

Dedicated to preventing suicide and reducing emotional distress, this New York-based site has sections for parents, students, campus professionals and supporters, with information and resources.

www.jedfoundation.org