General Resource Library

Hope for Wellness
The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.

Across Ontario
A list of helplines that are available in different areas around Ontario
Indigenous Student Mental Health and Well-Being Special Interest Group Resources List
A resource list to key Indigenous organizations, tools and, media to enhance understanding and to support culturally safe practices that foster positive mental health and well-being; scroll through these resources to find what may be helpful in your search for grief support.

Rainbow Health Network
Rainbow Health Ontario creates opportunities for the healthcare system to better serve LGBT2SQ communities

Are u ok?
According to their website, "Are u ok?" walks listeners through the most commonly asked questions about mental health and the process of getting help.

Brené Brown on Empathy (for supporters)
This short, animated video provides information and tips on how to be more supportive and empathetic.

Call 211
2-1-1 is a helpline for people suffering from a mental health crisis that is accompanied by a helpful website with links and resources available for everyone around Ontario

LGBTQ+ Youthline
Youth Line offers resources for youth, parents, and allies, as well as confidential and non-judgemental peer support through telephone, text and chat services.

Campus Health Centre
A medical team is in attendance at the Campus Health Centre and available to all students Monday to Friday. Summer hours and evening clinics are offered.
Visit the website for more information.

Campus Mental Health
A resource you can use to read literature, research, guidelines, and toolkits to navigate the ever-changing learning environment on campus and best serve those around you.

College of the Overwhelmed (for supporters)
A hands-on guide for helping students overcome stress and succeed in a college environment, accompanied by personal narratives and some warning signs you should look out for.

Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated
Demi Lovato, a long-time advocate for mental health awareness, reveals her struggles with eating disorders, pressures from her friends and family, and mental health issues; she may be a celebrity but you might have more in common than you'd think.

The First Nations Health Authority explores the traditional sense of wellness in a variety of settings, such as the association of wellness with the environment or with family matters, and provides resources for people who need help.

Mentally Yours
"Mentally Yours" investigates a variety of mental health issues from clinical diagnoses to emotions you may not be able to explain, all the while taking into account the changing dynamics of the world with social change and physical distancing.

Smudging explanation
Trent University shares what smudging entails and reminds us that Indigenous healing traditions are valid and accessible.

What's Up
This free app combats symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress by helping you track your mood, engage in grounding techniques, and transform negative thought processes.

Self-Help Worksheet or Module
This collection of worksheets and resources comes directly from therapists and can help you track your feelings and reflect on your mental health.