If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 911. You can also call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868

If you feel you need support during the time of mental health isolation, whether it is for your child, yourself or your family, here are several resources available including agencies to contact locally based on your area.

 

Health and Wellness - Government of Ontario

Youth, I'm listening provides professional intervention, information, resource and volunteer support via text, phone or chat for youth. This service is available 24/7.

Call 1-800-668-6868, text TALK to 686 868 or chat live at youthoute.ca

Local Agencies

Thunder bay

Children's Centre Thunder Bay (CCTB) 807-343-5000

 

** Clients of this agency will continue to receive service. Students who were seeing Alicia Guy at Franco-Supérieur or La Vérendrye who would like to continue receiving service are invited to contact CCTB and ask to speak to Alicia.**

 

Walk-in Mental Health Clinic with CCTB - services in French on request

Call 807-700-0090 for advice by phone or video:
Monday and Friday from 9 am to 12 pm
Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 to 15:00
Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m.

Dilico (807) 623-8511

 

Centr'elles 1-888-415-4156

Crisis Response 24/7 (phone line only)
1 888-269-3100

 

Fem’aide 1-877-336-2433

East of Thunder Bay

Longlac: 807-876-2235

 

Dilico Longlac : 807-876-2267

 

Centr'elles 1-888-415-4156

Geraldton: 807-854-1321

 

Marathon: 1 807-229-0607

 

Crisis Response 24/7 (phone line only) 
1 888-269-3100

West of Thunder Bay

Firefly Dryden: 807-223-8550 / Red Lake: 807-727-9064

 

Centr'elles 1-888-415-4156

Other resources

Mental Health Commission of Canada :

Choosing sources of information is critical to mental well-being in the context of COVID-19.

Tips to help residents maintain their mental health at the same time as they look after their physical well-being and that of their loved ones.

Mental Health in Schools - Ontario