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Strongest Families Institute
Delivers distance services primarily via telephone. There is no wait list and appointment times are scheduled around what works for you – whether during the day, evening, or night. Programs are customizable to each family and are developed for those experiencing mild to moderate mental health and/or child behavioural concerns before they become more severe. Learn more here.
EHN Outpatient Services Addictions Virtual Aftercare
A free, abstinence-based, online maintenance program that can be accessed following addictions treatment. Individuals can set recovery goals, track their progress, participate in therapeutic groups, access individual counselling, and more.
This aftercare support is flexible, personalized, and is backed by science.
A brief assessment may be required to ensure this support meets the recovery needs of everyone.
A free and confidential peer support App that connects you with trained active listeners and peers. Available 24/7 with access to chat rooms and forums for a variety of topics including depression, anxiety, relationships, LGBTQ2+, and more.
A free online program designed for youth and young adults who want to learn new ways to manage stress, depression, or anxiety. Available 24/7, it helps with negative thoughts, creating happiness, releasing hurt, anger, and disappointment, and expanding your thoughts and ideas.
Click here to register or learn more: https://app.breathingroom.me/register?code=XXQTGPUE.
Stronger Minds by Beacon
Provides free support for people struggling with the stress and anxiety associated with COVID-19. It is an ongoing program delivered by clinical experts. https://www.mindbeacon.com/strongerminds-home
Wellness Together Canada (Government of Canada)
Wellness Together Canada provides free tools and resources to support Canadians get connected to mental wellness and addictions recovery support and counselling with a mental health professional. It is accessible 24/7 and provides an option for individualized programming and options to track your progress.
The free app version of Wellness Together Canada, PocketWell, is now available with free and easy access. The app includes access to resources, information, and supports, including counselling via telephone and text chat for youth, adults, and specific options for frontline workers and Indigenous peoples. The app also includes a mood meter, self-assessments, personalized wellness trend tracker, and more!