ONLINE MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Consult the site directly to determine if a mental health service or search tool suits your needs.
Online support is not necessarily a replacement for the services of a licensed physician or mental health professional and is not suitable for urgent or emergency situations. Persons in crisis who reside in the Toronto area can connect to emergency health services using 911 or a crisis line.
ONTARIO STRUCTURED PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM
This program offers one-on-one counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, online courses, and group sessions. The program is FREE to people living in Ontario and offered through four pilot regions. Learn more and access links at Ontario Health.
AbilitiCBT is an internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (iCBT) program that you can access from any device. Registrants work through 10 structured modules at their own pace, and a therapist monitors progress and checks-in occasionally. The program is FREE to people living in Ontario and Manitoba.
BounceBack is a program designed for adults and youth 15+ who seek to build skills to manage worry, anxiety and low mood. There’s no waiting period, and the program is FREE to people living in Ontario (valid OHIP required). Access via your family doctor or self-referral.
This Way Up is an online Australian resource with several free and low-cost courses based in the principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Explore this resource for self-help courses in worry, depression, anxiety and insomnia.
TogetherAll (formerly Big White Wall) is a 24/7 anonymous peer support online community for persons 16 years of age or older - FREE to residents of Ontario. The space is actively monitored and moderated. View the FAQs on the site to learn more about how to access if you are located in provinces other than Ontario.
Connex Ontario is a free, live-answer, 24/7, confidential information service. Call or chat with an agent to learn more about services for mental health and addiction (alcohol, drugs and gambling) located in your area. Funded by the Government of Ontario.
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