Canadian Mental Health Association of Waterloo Wellington

Here4Help – Children, Youth & Parents/Guardians – information, strategies and tips on how to help yourself and your families through COVID-19:

YMCA-YWCA of Guelph

Virtual Yresources to support wellness for the mind, body and spirit:

Youth Gambling Awareness Programfunded through the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, this program reaches youth ages 8-24 to raise awareness with regards to gambling and making informed decisions: Visit and click on Community Events and Programs

The Teenage Parenting Program a free program that offers pregnant and parenting mothers aged 14-21 years a non-judgmental space to connect and gain access to information, resources and tools to develop your parenting skills.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Centre Wellington

The B-Together Talk Series created by the Youth Action Committee, this is a virtual platform to discuss challenges and support local youth to overcome  common obstacles:

The BHive A space for youth, by youth in the community to come together and enjoy programs and services that will build their social emotional competence, mental health and well being and educational engagement and employment readiness:


Wellington County & Guelph Youth Mental Health Webinar Live Recording Dr. Joanna Henderson, Executive Director of Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario and Helen Fishburn, Executive Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington, explore youth mental health in the time of COVID-19

Practical Strategies to Help Youth Cope During COVID19 Webinar Live Recording Sheryl Boswell of Youth Mental Health Canada, and Melissa Haynes of YMCA-YWCA Guelph discuss strategies to support and engage youth during this pandemic

The Farmers’ Toolbox

The Farmers’ Toolbox – a mental health resource database. The information has been curated for farmers, anyone in the agricultural industry and residents of rural Ontario:


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