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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: Myth busters
World Health Organization

Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
World Health Organization

Coming back from COVID-19: Matt’s story
Government of Canada


Fight COVID Racism
Platform dedicated to tracking and reporting anti-Asian racism and xenophobia in Canada.

What can you do to fight stigma associated with COVID-19?
World Health Organization

10 Ways to Fight for Social Justice During the Coronavirus Pandemic 
Palika Makam, Teen Vogue


Kids Help Phone
Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service, offering professional counselling, information, and referrals. Kids Help Phone’s mandate includes former youth in care of any age.

LGBT Youthline
Confidential and non-judgemental peer support through their telephone, text, and chat services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, queer, and questioning young people.

Free, professional, and confidential counselling support for Ontario postsecondary students.

Naseeha Youth Helpline
Peer support for Muslim youth.

How to Manage Return Anxiety as the Lockdown Lifts
A factsheet from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Back-to-School Mental Health Kit
Children’s Mental Health Ontario

7-Day Mindfulness Journal |
Guided Activities & Meditations 
These resources designed for youth by New Leaf Foundation support mental health & wellbeing.

COVID-19 Youth Mental Health Resource Hub offers this hub of resources to help you take care of yourself and look out for the people you love during this challenging time.

Be There
An engaging and comprehensive resource from for young people to learn how to support each other through mental health.

How teenagers can protect their mental health during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
A blog post with tips and resources from UNICEF Canada.


Meditation and Mindfulness:
Insight Timer

Free app and online community featuring guided meditations, music, and talks posted by contributing experts.

Free meditation app for the Black, Indigenous, and people of colour community.

Yoga with Adriene
Free online movement/yoga videos.


COVID-19 Psychological Support (CPS) Program for Essential & Frontline Workers
The Ontario Psychological Association and 211 Central are working together to support mental health responses for essential and frontline workers in the City of Toronto who do not have mental health coverage, are at risk of exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace, and would like to access counselling or mental health support. Call 2-1-1 (it’s free, confidential, available 27/7, and available in 150+ languages).

Cultivating Resilience in a Pandemic
Yael Melamed, psychotherapist and executive coach, offers advice for finding optimism and community in a challenging time.

Care For Your Coronavirus Anxiety
Toolkit by Shine, in partnership with Mental Health America.

How to Manage Return Anxiety as the Lockdown Lifts
A factsheet from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Mental Health & COVID-19 Pandemic
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Take Care 19 (Toronto/GTA+)
Accessible and inclusive mental health resources for coping through COVID‑19.

Togetherall (formerly Big White Wall)
Online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression, and other common mental health issues.

Wellness Together Canada
Get connected to mental health and substance use support, resources, and counselling with a mental health professional.

Practising mindfulness can help us through the coronavirus pandemic
Kira Jade Cooper, The Conversation

9 mindfulness exercises to help you manage COVID stress
Amy Rigby, Fingerprint for Success

Supporting Learning From Home: A Guide For Families
An infographic developed by Zoom and the International Society for Technology in Education.

A resource for families with children of different ages & areas of interest.

As school goes online, educators cannot forget students’ social and emotional learning
Dr. Tawanna Jones Morrison, Ms.

Parenting in the time of COVID-19
Six one-page resources for parents from the World Health Organization that cover planning one-on-one time, staying positive, creating a daily routine, avoiding bad behaviour, managing stress, and talking about COVID-19.

COVID-19 Relief Project
Parents of Black Children (York Region), funded by the Children’s Aid Foundation.

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