Resources for Youth

Delisle Youth Services | (416) 482-0081
Delisle Youth Services (DYS) is an accredited, multi-service organization that offers a range of programs including counselling, a group home, day treatment and in-school programs, an LGBTQ+ affirming drop-in centre, a youth art gallery, and residential case management for teens with complex special needs. DYS also provides families with a single point of entry into the services available within the GTA for children with mental health issues and/or complex special needs.

mindyourmind
mindyourmind is a place for youth and emerging adults to access info, resources and coping tools for young people that are struggling with stress, self-harming behaviours, mental health issues or suicide.

AnxietyBC | (604) 525-7566
AnxietyBC works with experts to increase awareness, promote education and improve access to current, evidence based resources on anxiety. The organization has many free of charge, self-help, downloadable resources to support management of anxiety for youth and young adults, adults, new mothers, and children. Furthermore, tThey have a MindShift App that is designed to help teens and young adults to cope with anxiety.

Helpful Links for Youth by CMHA

Your Education Your Future
This resource by CMHA is designed to make the transition from high school to college or university easier for youth with mental illness. The resources includes all the steps of going to school, providing information and tips for anyone living with a mental illness.

Trans Youth at School
Everyone has the right to a safe and healthy school environment. This Bulletin provides recommendations for school administration to help create welcoming and supportive schools for trans youth.

The Students Guide To Mental Health And High School
The information in this guide is for all teens struggling with mental health problems, whether or not the teen has an actual diagnosis. The purpose of this guide is to give youth who are having mental health issues some tools to help throughout high school and later on at work or further studies at college or university.

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