Resources

*** If you are experiencing distress, please call 8-1-1 Info social ***

See the  Self-Care Guide - COVID-19  (PDF 6.66 Mb)

For other resources, see the COVID-19 page

Help lines for people in psychological distress

  • Community Care Networks Program: Free and confidential
  •  Pour les usagers
  •  Offre des services 24/7 pour la population en détresse
  • Tel-Aide Centre d’écoute offrant des services 24/7 aux gens qui souffrent de solitude, de stress, de détresse ou qui ont besoin de se confier : 514 935-1101
  • Écoute Entraide Organisme communautaire qui soutient les personnes aux prises avec de la souffrance émotionnelle : 514 278-2130 ou 1 855 EN LIGNE (365-4463)
  •  Service d’intervention téléphonique 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553)
  • " Quebec resources for suicide prevention": 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553) or  suicide.ca.

    Suicide.ca’s mission is to use digital technology to prevent suicide. It provides information and support to people with suicidal thoughts and behaviours, people who are worried about someone or have lost loved ones to suicide.  
    The site offers 24/7 chat and text intervention, useful information, mental health tools and inspiring testimonials. This service is free, bilingual and confidential. 

Documents

 Guide autosoins et autosoins dirigés en santé mentale.pdf (print in booklet format)

Mental health management tools

Are you, or someone you know, feeling stressed, anxious or distressed? If so, a digital self-management tool for emotional health, called  Getting Better My Wayis available to help improve your well-being. In addition to the self-management tool, there are various ways to improve your emotional and psychosocial well-being. 

  •  CLICK HERE for more information. 
  •  CLICK HERE to find out more and to consult a list of resources. 

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