It can be awkward asking for help. But you’ll probably feel relieved after you do. You should always talk to someone that you trust like a parent, another family member, a teacher, a coach or a friend.
But if you feel like those aren’t options for you, there are lots of resources that you can reach out to for support
I prefer to talk with someone over the phone, by text, or by chat:
Kids Help Phone provides confidential, 24/7 professional counselling, information, and resources over the phone, text, or live chat.
I prefer to talk with someone in person:
Not at all! Big or small, it’s best to reach out and talk to someone. We all have mental health, and talking about things is one of the ways we can improve it. We are here to help you – that’s our job.
StudentConnect – Get mental health and well-being tips. All students have access to the site through their TLDSB student email. Once logged on, the site will appear by opening Google Chrome.
School Mental Health Ontario – Learn strategies to feel better now, and how to support the mental health of yourself and your friends.
Jack.org – Learn about specific mental challenges like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-harm, suicide, drugs and alcohol.
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