Supporting young people in Ontario
Where are young people contacting Kids Help Phone from? What issues are they reaching out about? How are they feeling after their conversation? Discover the latest data about the support we offer youth in Ontario with Kids Help Phone Insights.
Ontario is home to Canada’s capital and Kids Help Phone’s national office. We’re honoured to be here to support young people across Canada’s most populous province through our e-mental health services.
Look for the Kids Help Phone team at the following events:
Wooden Sticks Golf Course, Uxbridge, ON | September 21, 2021
Synnex’s Share the Magic Gala
Ontario | A virtual gala hosted by Synnex Canada!
Ontario | January 30, 2021
Ontario | March 6, 2021
Your Kids Help Phone contacts in Ontario
Jamieson Scott | Development Officer, Community Partnerships, Ontario
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