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Questionnaire: Reflecting on feelings of sadness
What is mindfulness, and how can I practise it?
National Youth Council
Suicidal thoughts: How to support young people
Homes for the Holidays photo gallery
Leadership & legacy giving
Supporting Arabic-speaking youth
Kids Help Phone’s Wheel of Well-Being
Questionnaire: Reflecting on feelings of anxiety
Indigenous Advisory Council
Fill the silence for youth in Canada
Reina’s story on intergenerational trauma & spirituality
Applying to the Indigenous Advisory Council
Kids Help Phone Emergency Services Referral Form
Stephen’s story on coming out
Kids Help Phone Golf Classic
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Singer Shawnee identifies as two-spirit. This is her story.
Supporting the young people in your life during COVID-19
Consent: What it is and why it’s important
Reasons to give
Never Dance Alone-a-Thon
Wellness Together Canada: E-mental health support for youth
Video: What is consent?
What to do when a kid shares something important with you
Why Don and Christine make their monthly gift
Counselling terms of service and privacy notice
Texting terms of service and privacy notice
Anti-Black racism: Support for Black people and allies
Supporting BIPOC youth
Friends with benefits: What does it mean?
What do I need to know about hooking up?
Sex: The basics
Call for volunteers: Crisis Text Line
Am I experiencing depression?
Healthy relationships vs. unhealthy relationships
What is sexual assault?
30 inspirational quotes to lift you up
Letters of support from kids like you during COVID-19
“At what age does the penis start growing?”
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Share your message of encouragement with kids across Canada
Kids Help Phone seeks Indigenous volunteers to meet demand
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We’re here for you during COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)
CTV special on May 22: Messages of hope to Canada’s youth
How can I cope with my parent/caregiver’s substance use?
RBC invests $1.3 million to develop mental health platform
8 ways to celebrate special events during the pandemic
How to help a friend dealing with family abuse or neglect
Test prep: Study tips you need for your next exam
9 tips for difficult conversations with teachers
Dealing with family abuse: How to get help and stay safe
Understanding stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination
Feeling lonely? Here are some ways to feel better.
Make the grade: Improve study habits with these A+ tips
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Kids Talk Spring 2020 Newsletter
Katie’s Story: How you’re helping kids find self-acceptance
COVID-19: How you are making sure youth are never alone
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Arguing with a friend? Here’s how to fight fair.
Taking care of yourself while sharing space during COVID-19
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