Mental Health Resources
Importance of Home Exercise
While being isolated
Open Minds, Healthy Minds
Ontario’s Comprehensive Mental Health and Addictions Strategy
CRISIS SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
(Note: For Emergencies such as harm to self or others, call 911 or go to the emergency department of your local hospital)
In Simcoe County - If you or someone you know is in crisis or requires immediate support,
Kinark Child and Family Services: 1-888-893-8333 (Toll Free); 705-728-5044 (Crisis Line); Ages Served: Up to 18.
In Simcoe South
310-COPE at 1-855-310-COPE (2673) or visit your nearest emergency department. You can also text COPE at 1-855-310-2673 or chat with a crisis worker online via our Live Chat.
First Nations Métis and Inuit Mental Health Services for Families
National Eating Disorder Information Centre
Is available over the phone, providing support, information, resources and referrals
As part of their Service Learning Project in Leadership, Wendy Burke and Faith Dilley produced this booklet.
Being in quarantine can have negative effects on our mental health. We wanted to help you stay paw'sitive. Here is a resource with lots of things to keep you busy while social distancing and to help promote good mental health.