Helpers In Our Community

HELPERS IN OUR COMMUNITY (KEEPSAFE CONNECTIONS)

1 in 5 people in Canada suffers from a mental health issue or mental illness.  We must all work together to decrease the stigma around mental health issues and mental illness so that people will not be afraid to ask for help.  Below are a number of local resources to help students and their parents who may be experiencing mental health issues or possibly a mental illness.

Contact Niagara

Identify appropriate local resources for children experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties.

905-684-3407

Mental Health Helpline

24 hour access to information about mental health services across the province.

1-866-531-2600  / www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca

Pathstone Mental Health Crisis Services – 24 hour

Telephone service providing immediate counseling and on-site crises intervention for youth 18 and under and their parents, friends or professionals

1-800-263-4944

The FORT

A support/resource centre providing youth and their families with supportive listening, information, options and referrals in time of need.  Also offers a teen clinic.

905-309-3678

West Niagara Mental Health Program

Consultation services, treatment and case management for first episode psychosis (EPI)

905-309-3336

Niagara Region Public Health – Community Mental Health Program

Provides assessment, case management and counseling for persons 16 years and older experiencing mental health problems

905-688-8254 Ext. 7262

St. Catharines General Hospital – Children’s Clinic

905-684-7271

Rainbow Youth/Niagara Pride Support Group

905-380-4576

Niagara Eating Disorders Outpatient Program

Provides information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.

905-378-4647

Alateen

Children and youth affected by someone else’s drinking.

905-328-1677

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Line

Substance abuse treatment and information.

1-800-565-8603

Parent’s for Children’s Mental Health

Not for profit parent led organization gives voice to families dealing with mental illness.

905-931-5249

Websites:

www.mindyourmind.ca – For youth – info, resources, and tools to manage stress, crises and mental health.

www.beautifulminds.ca – Adds positive change in people’s knowledge of mental health/stigma around mental health issues.

www.teenmentalhealth.org – Dedicated to improving youth mental health.

 

www.bullyingcanada.ca – anti-bullying site aims to help and inform everyone.

www.yourlifecounts.org – helping young people change addictive/self-destructive behaviours that can lead to suicide

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