Current wildfires in Canada: How to get mental health support

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Are you experiencing distress from the current wildfires in Canada? Kids Help Phone offers 24/7, free, confidential, bilingual e-mental health and wellness support to anyone affected by extreme weather in Canada. However you’re feeling, wherever you are, you’re not alone.

If you’re in immediate danger, emergency / community services are available across Canada. You can use Resources Around Me to search for programs and services available nearest your location.

How can I get mental health support with the wildfires in Canada?

For youth:

For adults:

You don’t have to carry your feelings on your own.

There’s always a space to let them out at Kids Help Phone.

Learn more
  • Text 741741 to connect with a trained, volunteer crisis responder

Where can I find more wellness resources to help me with the wildfires in Canada?

If the current wildfires in Canada / extreme weather are affecting you / someone you know, you can tap on the cards below to explore additional mental health resources.

You can learn more about wildfires in your province / territory from the Government of Canada.

If the current wildfires in Canada / extreme weather are affecting your life, Kids Help Phone is here for you. You can contact us for free, confidential, bilingual e-mental health support and a space to explore your feelings, any time. You can also connect with someone you trust (e.g. a parent / caregiver, family / community member, Elder, teacher, etc.). If you need help right now, you can contact the emergency / community services nearest your area, too.