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Kids Help Phone launches Feel Out Loud, a historic, national movement anchored by a fundraising campaign with a goal of raising $300 million to reach young people in every corner of Canada by 2024 by expanding access to its e-mental health services.about Kids Help Phone Launches Largest Youth Mental Health Movement, Feel Out Loud, to Address Crisis in Canada
Extension of initiative this season will include a Kids Help Phone counsellor and a member from their texting team being acknowledged on social media together with monthly assist leadersabout NHLPA Assists in Action enters second season
Government of Canada invests $3 million to support the mental wellness of young people from Indigenous, Black, newcomer and equity-deserving communities across Canada.about Government of Canada invests $3 million to support youth mental wellness
Desjardins has supported Kids Help Phone for over 30 years and today announced a $1 million gift, the organization’s largest donation to Kids Help Phone yet.about Desjardins donates $1 million to Kids Help Phone
A message from Katherine Hay, President & CEO of Kids Help Phoneabout Kids Help Phone’s statement on safe sport
Free phone counselling is now available to young people 24/7 in Dari, Pashto, Russian and Ukrainian.about Support for Afghan & Ukrainian newcomers
At Kids Help Phone, we have been working with youth across Canada for more than 30 years; what they share with us has always been and will always be confidential and / or anonymous. Their privacy, security and safety is our top priority. Any data we have is non-identifiable, aggregate, scrubbed and stored in Canada.about Supporting youth in Canada
This week, we recognize Truth and Reconciliation Week, five days dedicated to engaging everyone in Canada in important conversations about First Nations, Métis and Inuit land claims and the traumatic legacies of residential schools on generations of Indigenous peoples across Canada.about Recognizing Truth and Reconciliation Week
Mental health tips and info
With Kids Help Phone’s web resources, young people can get information about how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours are connected and what they can do to care for their well-being.
If young people need help right now, they can text a trained, volunteer crisis responder at Kids Help Phone about anything they’re going through. No issue is too big or too small.
Young people can work with a professional counsellor at Kids Help Phone over the phone or through online chat to better understand what they’re going through.
Quizzes, games & activities
Young people can access tools, tips and resources on Kids Help Phone’s website to help build their skills and improve their wellness in the way that feels best for them.
Support forums & real-life stories
Young people can connect with other youth and explore lived experiences across Canada using the Peer-to-Peer Community at Kids Help Phone.
You can save and change the lives of young people
Thanks to our growing community, Kids Help Phone offers free, 24/7 e-mental health services to young people in Canada. Your generosity helps ensure that someone is always there when support is needed for any issue, big or small.