Mental Health Resources

Important

If you are at risk of harm to yourself or others, or require immediate care, call 9-1-1 or go directly to the nearest emergency room.

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Addictions

Eating Disorders

  • ANEB: 514-630-0907 (every day from 8:00am-3:00am) Professional service, offering hope and support to people suffering from eating disorders across Quebec.

Intimate Partner Violence

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

  • Interligne: 1-888-505-1010 (24hr free confidential helpline – phone and texting)

Apps (iPhone or Android)

  • Moodfit: Helps you monitor your mood. Teaches stress reduction and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) coping skills.
  • Headspace: Teaches mindfulness and mediation to reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Calm: Teaches mindfulness and mediation to reduce stress and anxiety
  • Happify: Uses games to reduce stress, build resilience and shift negative thoughts.
  • Breathe2Relax: Teaches breathing techniques to reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Mindshift App: Expert CBT-based tools to help you relax and be mindful and take charge of anxiety.

Additional Resources

COVID-19 and Mental Health

  • Ami Quebec: AMI-Quebec helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy. Posting live video updates on Facebook at 11am EST every weekday during the Coronavirus crisis
  • Argyle Institute: 514-931-5629 offers psychotherapy on sliding scale. They are currently offering three free telepsychology sessions with a licensed clinician for covid-19 related reasons
  • CAMH: COVID-19 Information. A webpage designed to help people with concerns and questions about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives and mental well-being
  • Mindspace:  follow their link to read about free online COVID-19 support groups
  • Starling Minds: digital cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) programs, free access for mental health support for COVID-10 related issues
  • Virus anxiety: A project by Shine, provides care for your coronavirus anxiety
  • World Health Organization: Coping with stress during the 2019- nCoV outbreak


Last Modified: April 3, 2020