NWO Be Well Passport

Boozhoo and welcome to the NWO Be Well Passport. We acknowledge the land we stand on as within Treaty #3, Treaty #5, or Treaty #9, the traditional land of the Anishinaabe and Métis people. This is where we live, learn, work and grow. Acknowledging the traditional territories of our ancestors demonstrates respect for the original custodians of a region and serves to strengthen our relationships to one another and to the land. We can also find strength within ourselves when we stop to remember and appreciate the space around us and the courage of those who came before us. Miigwetch.

Mental Health Week ... May 6 - May 10, 2024

Outreach Information

EMERGENCY SERVICES

911

OPP Non-Emergency Line

1-888-310-1133

Mobile Crisis 24/7

1-866-888-8988

KidsHelpPhone 24/7

1-800-668-6868
kidshelpphone.ca

FIREFLY

Services run Monday to Friday
8:30am-4:30pm

1-833-696-5437
[email protected]

NAN HOPE 24/7

CALL 1‑844‑NAN‑HOPE
(626-4673)

Canadian Mental Health Association

16 years and older. Services run Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

1-807-468-1838

Tikinagan Child & Family Services

1-800-465-3624

Kenora-Rainy River Districts
Child & Family Services

1-800-465-1100

Lake of the Woods District Hospital

Mental Health and Addictions

467-3555

School Mental Health Ontario

smho-smso.ca

Jack.org

jack.org

Cybertip.ca

If you are worried about something that has happened to a child/youth online or are concerned about an adult’s online activities involving children, Cybertip.ca is here to help.

cybertip.ca

LGBT Youth Line

Confidential, free, and non-judgmental peer support available Sunday-Friday from 4:00-9:30pm (EST)

1-800-268-9688

Ontario’s Human Trafficking Helpline

Confidential, free, and non-judgmental peer support available Sunday-Friday from 4:00-9:30pm (EST)

1‑833‑999‑9211

Black Youth Helpline

Offers support for all youth and specifically responds to the need for a Black youth specific service, positioned and resourced to promote access to professional, culturally appropriate support for youth, families and schools.

1-833-294-8650

Hope For Wellness Helpline

Offers mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.

1-855-242-3310

Métis Nation of Ontario

Offers a 24-hour Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line with culturally specific mental health and addiction supports for adults, youth, and families in Ontario in both English and French.

1-877-767-7572

ProtectChildren.ca

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s main website where parents and caregivers can find information about the agency and order free resources, including informational brochures for parents and caregivers and activity books for use with children ages 4 to 17.

ProtectChildren.ca

ProtectKidsOnline.ca

This website, operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, includes information for parents and caregivers about the ever-changing online interests of young people, the potential risks they face and proactive strategies to help keep them safe while online.

ProtectKidsOnline.ca

NeedHelpNow.ca

This website, operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way. If a youth has been negatively impacted by the sharing of a sexual picture or video, NeedHelpNow.ca offers guidance on the steps to take to get through it.

NeedHelpNow.ca