Simcoe County Supports

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Call 911 if you are in immediate danger or need urgent medical support.

Find your CMHA:

A free, guided self-help program that’s effective in helping people aged 15 and up who are experiencing mild-to-moderate anxiety or depression, or may be feeling low, stressed, worried, irritable or angry.

ConnexOntario: 1-866 -531-2600 or 
Free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental health and/or gambling. Available 24/7.

Crisis Services Canada: 1-833-456-4566
Suicide prevention and support.

Distress and Crisis Ontario:
Distress Centres (DC’s) across Ontario offer support and a variety of services to their communities. At a DC you can find a listening ear for lonely, depressed, and/or suicidal people, usually 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The website also offers a chat function.

Good2Talk Helpline: 1-866-925-5454 or text GOOD2TALKON to 686868
Ontario’s 24/7 helpline for postsecondary students.

Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868 or text CONNECT to 686868
Youth mental health support available 24/7.

Children’s Mental Health Ontario Centres:
100 member organizations operating in every region in Ontario, providing treatment and support to children, youth, and families. Free. No referral required.

Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310
Offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. Phone and chat counselling is available in English, French, Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut.

Talk4healing (for Indigenous women): 1-855-554-4325

LGBT Youthline Ontario: 647-694-4275 + (chat, text and email currently available)
Ontario-wide peer-support for lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, queer and questioning young people.

Assaulted Women’s Helpline: 

  • TOLL-FREE: 1-866-863-0511
  • TOLL FREE TTY: 1-866-863-7868
  • #SAFE (#7233) on your Bell, Rogers, Fido or Telus Mobile

24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line for all women in Ontario who have experienced any form of abuse.

Seniors Safety Line: 1-866-299-1011
Provided by Elder Abuse Ontario, the Seniors Safety Line provides contact and referral information for local agencies across the province that can assist in cases of elder abuse.

Ontario Caregiver Helpline: 1-833-416-2273 + live chat also available at
Provides caregivers with a one-stop resource for information and support.

Lumino Health: Stress and Anxiety ExplorerInformation and tools from Lumino Health and mental health partners.


Government of Ontario website:
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Ontario.

COVID-19 self-assessment tool:
To help determine how to seek further care.


A trained BounceBack® coach will help participants learn skills to improve their mental health in up to six telephone sessions over three to six months. The coach is there to help motivate and support clients as they work through a series of CBT workbooks that are personalized to their needs.

While BounceBack® coaches are working with your clients on their individual workbooks, they remain primarily under your care. The coaches will inform you if your clients have been accepted into the program and will provide you with information on their progress. They will also notify you if your clients are identified as at risk of suicide during any of the routine risk assessments completed during every telephone session.

Because coaches are not clinicians, they don’t provide counselling. Coaches are extensively trained by the clinical psychologists in the delivery of the BounceBack® program. They also receive ongoing support from the clinical psychologists, who are responsible for making clinical decisions around eligibility and next steps at any time a participant discloses they are at risk of suicide.

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