Mental Health & Well-Being Resources

Kids Help Phone 
Provides 24-Hour Crisis Support 
Text: 686868 (youth) or 741741 (adults) 
Call: 1-800-668-6868 
**Indigenous people can connect with an Indigenous crisis responder when available by messaging FIRST NATIONS, INUIT, or METIS over text or messenger. ** 


Reach Out 24/7 
Call or Text: (519) 433-2023 
Toll-Free: 1-866-933-2023 
Web Chat: 


Vanier Children’s Mental Health: Tandem (Formerly Known as Crisis Intake Team – CIT) 
0-18 years and caregivers 

Call: (519) 433-0334 (London/Middlesex) 


Canadian Mental Health Association - Middlesex 

Provides 24/7 walk in Support for individuals 16+; Located at 648 Huron Street, London (London/Middlesex) 


Wellkin: Child and Youth Wellness – Oxford & Elgin 
Call: 1-877-539-0463 


Kids Help Phone Logo
Text to CONNECT 686868 or Call 1-800-668-6868
Local Resources
 TANDEM (Formerly Crisis & Intake Team (CIT) 
Ages 0-18: Call 519-433-0334
Reach Out Logo
Ages 16+: Call 519-433-2023 or 1-866-933-2023
Resources for Caregivers & Families
Resources for Students

Self Care 101 for Students  A Tip Sheet with small actions you can do to take care of yourself during these challenging times.

No Problem Too Big or Too Small Tips to helps you reach out and start the conversation about your mental health and well-being.

Reaching Out for Help  Practical information to support you when you are seeking help: showcases different ways to start the conversation with a trusted person and what to expect after reaching out.


Resources & Activities for Families
Try practicing these strategies to promote and protect the mental health & well-being of all.  Enjoy! 
LDCSB - Each Wellness Wednesday post provides: Information on mental health and well-being; a Wellness Activity to try; Reflection Questions for deeper learning; Connection to our Faith; and Links for Further Learning. No matter who you are, how old or young, Wellness Wednesdays are for you! Each post promises to give you real life, in the moment, easy to use tips and strategies. Great to use at home around the table!
School Mental Health Ontario offers some ideas that could have special benefits for promoting mental health and social-emotional learning. These ideas are based on practices that educators use in the classroom and can be used at home in fun ways.