Help and assistance resources
Discover all the mental health resources that can help you. Whatever your situation, help and assistance is available.
I maintain a good mental health
Find all the information you need related to wellness, mental health and mental disorders.
I need help
To talk or meet with someone, find a resource available in the health and social services network and in the community.
I am a youth
Talk to someone or find answers to your questions.
I am a family member or friend
Find support and information to help someone in your social circle.
Prevention and awareness
Adopting healthy lifestyle habits is a good way to maintain good mental health. By remaining aware of the problems associated with drug and alcohol consumption, and gambling, you protect yourself.
Tools, help programs and follow-up
A wide range of mental health assistance and monitoring tools and programs exist. In case of questions, doubts or if you need help, do not hesitate to consult them. Discover the digital tools and programs available to help you get better.
A free coach-supported self-help program for adults and youth of 14 years and older experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression or anxiety.
Getting Better My Way
The digital self-management tool to discreetly gain a better understanding of my situation and take concrete actions.
Mental health care and services
From self-care tools to psychotherapy.
First Episode Psychosis Program (FEPP)
An intensive follow-up care for people aged 12 to 35 who present symptoms of a psychotic disorder.
Health and wellness services for young people aged 12 to 25.
The app was developed by mental health researchers to aid people in managing chronic stress.
STRONGER THAN BULLYING
This mobile application provides support to youth who’ve been affected by bullying, giving them information and strategies to deal with the situation.
Follow-up services in the community
To help with recovery, integration in the community and increasing the autonomy of individuals with severe mental disorders.
Service in English is reserved for individuals covered by the exceptions stipulated in the Charter of the French language. If you have navigated to this content, you confirm in good faith that you are such an individual.
Do you need to talk to someone right away?
Caseworkers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help. Several organizations offer professional, free and confidential assistance and consultation services. Contact them.
Suicide help and prevention
1-866-277-3553 – Professional and confidential service.
Free and confidential telephone consultation service.
Free community services offered to any adult person in crisis and friends and family members of a person in crisis.
If you or a loved one are in immediate danger, call 911.
Taking care of your mental health and that of others
The same event can cause different reactions in different people. Following a disaster or in the context of a pandemic, everyone reacts in their own way. Discover concrete actions to take care of yourself and others.
Getting better following a disaster
Learn about the reactions that can be experienced by people affected by a disaster and ways to improve your wellbeing.
Better cope with grief
Understand the different phases of grief and find resources to overcome it
Recognising the signs of a mental disorder in children
It is important to recognize problems as soon as they arise and to intervene early.
Keeping children safe by acts of kindness
Keeping a child safe is the responsibility of the parents, but it also concerns the people around the child. It is essential that everyone show kindness to the children and families around them.
Support a child who is living stress or anxiety
Advice to help children and teenagers who are experiencing stress or anxiety.