School and Community Mental Health and Well-Being Resources

If you or someone you know has thoughts of suicide, please call 911.

School Based Supports:

School Based Social Workers List

Mental Health Online Resources:

Helpline Information:

Black Your Helpline: 1-833-294-8650

COAST (16+):Neuro-inclusive crisis support; 1-877-825-9011

Distress Centre Halton: (All ages) Neuro-inclusive support; 905-849-4541 (Oakville)

Indigenous Hope for Wellness Helpline (12+): 1-855-242-3310

Kids Help Phone (Up to age 24) Neuro-inclusive support; 1-800-668-6868 text 686868

LGBT+ Youth Line: 1-800-268-9688 (call) 647-694-4275 (text); Online Live Chat 4:00-9:30pm

Multilingual Distress Line: 1-877-298-5444; (TTY) 905-278-4890 (English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu)

Naseeha Helpline: Muslim support line; 1-866-627-3342 (call) or 1-866-627-3342 (text)

ROCK: 24 hr crisis line; Neuro-inclusive support: 905-878-9785

Talk4Healing (All ages): Indigenous women’s support and resources; 1-855-554-4325

Trans Line: Trans peer support line; 1-877-565-8860

Community Based Counselling:

Reach Out Centre for Kids: Live Answer 289-266-0036; Virtual Walk-In; Live Chat\

SAVIS: Tel: 905-825-3622, e-mail: Support for violence or sexual violence in intimate relationships, including trafficking

ADAPT Halton: For youth wanting information or help to manage drug, alcohol or gambling concerns

Danielle's Place: Provides prevention and early intervention for youth aged 8-17 who are at risk of developing an eating disorder.

Radius Child & Youth Services: Specializes in working with children, youth, and families who have experienced sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, neglect, or witnessed intimate partner violence.

Roots Community Services: For children, youth, families who identify as Black, and are from African and Caribbean backgrounds. Culturally responsive counselling is provided.

Black Youth HelpLine: 416-285-9944 National Helpline for Black youth and their families supporting youth to stay in school, caring for our minds and bodies

Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY) 416-535-8501, press 2. Self-referrals, Community Referrals, and Physician Referrals. Servicing youth between the ages of 14-24 struggling with mental health and substance issues. Individual, Family and Group support.

Punjabi Community Health Services For information call 905-677-0889 ext. 211

For further resources, please see the Where to Find Help in Halton Guide