Mental Health Resources
At CTFFR, we understand the importance of providing our members with the necessary resources to help them navigate through challenging times. Mental health is a critical aspect of overall well-being, and we prioritize ensuring that our members have access to the support they need.
In times of psychological emergencies, quick references can make all the difference. We believe in making these resources easily accessible, so that our members can find help swiftly and efficiently. We understand that during such moments, every second counts, and having immediate access to relevant information can be paramount.
If it's an emergency, please call 911.
PSPNET provides service to PSP who are suffering from challenges related to depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress. ICBT involves online learning modules focused on cognitive behavioural skills typically offered with weekly support from a therapist by secure email or telephone. PSPNET specifically makes use of ICBT programs that were initially developed at Macquarie University in Australia and then researched by the Online Therapy Unit in Saskatchewan.
Talk Suicide Canada is a joint initiative, with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Crisis Services Canada, and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) National as founding partners.
Chimo is a provincial crisis phone line, accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to all residents of New Brunswick.
Our mission is to serve our community by providing a competent level of crisis intervention, referrals and vital information in a caring, confidential manner.
We can help you by providing a listening ear, helpful information, crisis intervention and referrals to resources in the province of N.B.
Chat service available at: www.chimohelpline.ca
Hope For Wellness Helpline offers immediate help to all Indigenous people across Canada. This is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer immediate support and crisis intervention.
Telephone and online chat services are available in English and French. Telephone support is also available upon request in: Cree, Ojibway(Anishinaabemowin) and Inuktitut.
Call the toll-free Helpline at 1-855-242-3310 or connect to the online chat at www.hopeforwellness.ca.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in English and French. They can be reached at 1-800-668-6868 or texting CONNECT to 686868.
If young people need help right now, they can text a trained, volunteer crisis responder at Kids Help Phone about anything they’re going through. No issue is too big or too small.
With Kids Help Phone’s web resources, young people can get information about how their thoughts, feelings and behaviours are connected and what they can do to care for their well-being.
WWC is a nationally-recognized organization and mental health service provider dedicated to serving ill and injured Trauma Exposed Professionals (TExPs) and their families in both official languages. WWC recognizes that only through ongoing partnerships, multi-organizational collaboration, and sustained community involvement can TExP’s and their families recover from their injuries and return to a state of well-being in community.
eMentalHealth.ca provides the following:
Where to find Mental Health Help via our directory of mental health services and organizations. Our directory is Ontario focused, but does have listings throughout Canada.
Info Sheets: Information about a variety of mental health conditions and topics.
Screening Tools: Find out if you or a loved one has a mental health concern with our free, online screening tools.
Events Calendar: Information about mental health events in your area.
News Feed: Information about the latest mental health news.
Research directory: Information about research studies in your area.