If you need help
CALL 911 NOW if you feel this is an emergency for you or someone else. Don't hesitate. Trained first responders are available to help.
You can also call a mental health helpline for support.
British Columbia: 1-800-784-2433
New Brunswick: 1-800-667-5005
Nova Scotia: 1-888-429-8167
Prince Edward Island: 1-833-553-6983
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1-888-737-4668
Northwest Territories: 1-800-661-0844
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Our Rooted in Resilience publication helps you take action to support mental health. It has tools and resources you can use in your mental health journey.
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Information provided on this webpage is general content and is not a substitute for professional advice. Concerns of anxiety, stress, depression and other mental health impacts should be discussed with your doctor or other mental health professional. If you are in crisis, please visit your local emergency department or call 911 immediately.