How to practice self-care
Kids Help Phone’s self-care checklist
Quiz: Am I practicing enough self-care?
How Kids Help Phone counsellors practice self-care
35 self-care tips from people like you!
Living in care: Adjusting to a foster home
Self-injury: Positive coping strategies
Self-injury: What it is and how to stop
How to take care of yourself when using substances
10 ways to practice self-acceptance
Taking care of yourself while sharing space during COVID-19
I know someone who’s dealing with self-injury
Feeling low? Boost your self-esteem with these tips.
How to teach young people emotional self-regulation
Katie’s Story: How you’re helping kids find self-acceptance
Safety tool: Abuse in the home
Counsellor Q&A: What it’s like to be a newcomer
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Youth story: How I cope with my anxiety disorder
Dealing with an illness: How to cope
Resources for caring adults
How to start journaling today
Living with loss: Ways to help you grieve a death
Kids Help Phone Emergency Services Referral Form
Tanya Turton on healing through art and community
5 ways to talk to a friend about their substance use
Is school stress bringing you down? We’re here to help.
Tips to support young people with body image
Alicia Raimundo: How I cope with change during COVID-19
Online safety: Tips for caring adults
Coping with grief, loss and change
How to support a friend who may be experiencing depression
Dealing with family abuse: How to get help and stay safe
“Why shouldn’t I just take my life.”
Stress: How to help the young person in your life
“I have no friends it’s really hard.”
What is autism?
“I have thoughts of suicide and I am feeling lonely.”
Share your message of encouragement with kids across Canada
30 inspirational quotes to lift you up
Words of wisdom: Positive quotes for your daily life
NHL players’ top tips for following your passion
“Is calorie counting a eating disorder?”
Girls on the Green
6 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day during COVID-19
“I know siblings fight, I really do, but its exsessive.”
“I really cant handle my life and i need to die.”
“I think and KNOW i am fat so i dont eat.”
“I feel like now I’m just her punching bag.”
Try: Mindfulness colouring book
Questionnaire: Reflecting on feelings of sadness
What is mental health?
“I look in the mirror and all I see is that I’m fat…”
“Hello! I’m Kip – How can I help you?”
“After we broke up, he asked out my friend…”
“I’m dying inside…”
Anti-Black racism: Support for Black people and allies
“I feel so broken.”
“I’m just lost, utterly lost.”
Am I experiencing depression?
Understanding your window of tolerance for stress
How can I cope with my feelings about the future?
How to cope with triggering news stories
How to map out your community of support
“I am so tired of having friends with perfect lives.”
Get the support you need when you need it most
How can I cope with my parent/caregiver’s substance use?
We’re here for you during COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)
How can I talk to a parent/caregiver about something?
Kids Help Phone’s top 3 wellness tips for newcomers
Reina’s story on intergenerational trauma & spirituality
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“How old do I have to be to drop out of school?”
“I keep being called psycho by this one person.”
NHL players on dealing with expectations
Tips for newcomers: How can I ease my transition to Canada?
10 ways to live a more balanced life
Post-secondary school: How to stay focused
My back-to-school checklist during COVID-19
Kids Help Phone launches data insights platform
11 ways to feel more motivated
5 online safety tips everyone needs to know
Our crisis responders
“Am I too far gone to be helped?”
“My friend is suicidal, depressed and has anxiety.”
“Honestly, I’m just exhausted, i want all of this to end.”
How to cope with social distancing during COVID-19
Body image: How to love what you see in the mirror
New partnership: Kids Help Phone & BlackNorth Initiative
Cultural and systemic racism: What are they?
“I’m 14 and life is horrible.”
Eating disorders: Important things to know
Youth story: Coming to terms with myself
Work it out: Exercise and fitness tips
Understanding stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination
“I have a concern about someone in my class.”
Kids Help Phone creates special back-to-school program
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