Everyone’s mental health and wellness journey is different. There may be times when you feel calm, happy or excited. And there may be times when you have uncomfortable feelings, like hopelessness or anger. It can be confusing trying to navigate your mental health, and it’s OK if you’re not sure how to cope with all of your thoughts and feelings. Maybe you’d like to change the way you take care of your mental health, but you’re not sure how. Kids Help Phone is here to offer you support with making changes in ways that feel manageable for you. On this page, we share resources that may help you feel more empowered to create change for yourself and how you take care of your mental health.
Explore your thoughts and feelings
You can tap on the images below for resources that may help you discover how your thoughts and feelings may be impacting your mental health, and how you can learn to manage them.
Start or continue a conversation about mental health
You can tap on the images below for tips on how to connect with others about mental health and wellness. Whether you’re seeking support or want to help support someone you care about, you can learn how to start / continue conversations.
Get inspired by real-life stories
You can tap on the images below for stories and experiences that may remind you you’re not alone. They may even help you feel more empowered to create change in your own life.
Practise self-care and mindfulness
You can tap on the images below for self-guided tools that may help you take care of your mind and body as you take action to support your wellness.
Find options for support
No matter what you’re feeling, it’s welcome at Kids Help Phone. You can tap on the images below to learn about different ways to get free mental health support as you begin / continue your wellness journey.
Searching for more mental health support options? You can use Resources Around Me to discover services and programs that may be available nearest you.
If you’d like more tips or have questions about how you can feel more empowered to create change for your mental health, you can connect with Kids Help Phone any time, for free. There’s always room for your feelings here.
We’ve brought this page to you in collaboration with Bell Let’s Talk (you can click on the link to learn more about them on their website).