Online Resources & Apps

Check out some of these incredible online resources that offer a variety of helpful tips and tools to aid you in whatever struggle you may be experiencing.

Trent Mental Health Initiative

This fantastic online resource can be used on any smart phone and connects students with helpful information, including local resources that are applicable to them. Designed by Trent nursing students, the Trent Mental Health Initiative is available FREE of cost to everyone.


Good 2 Talk






For stresses big and small, we're good to talk.Free, professional and anonymous support for students in Ontario.Counselling for anything you want to talk about. Referrals for mental health and addiction services.One place to call and find the services you need. Call 1.866.925.5454


iCopeU is designed to give you the help you need to get you through tough times. Check out this site for coping tools, information and ON campus resources. Your mental health is important. Be Well.


Resources Around Me

 Brought to you by Kids Help Phone, Resources around me is an app designed to help you search for resources in your area that can support you through whatever's going on in your life. Examples of resources are Counselling and Mental health, Sexual health and Housing help.


Mind your Mind

This is a place for youth and emerging adults to access info, and tools during tough times. Help yourself. Help each other. Share what you live and know. 

The Quiet Place Project

An interactive forum to recieve words of wisdom, hope, encoruagement and support from thousands of other souls out there. 


Active Minds Inc.
Check out the Active Minds International site if you're thinking of starting up your own chapter, or want to find out ways to join the mental health movement.

The Jack Project

The Jack Project provides much-needed mental health information and support to young people as they move from late high school into college, university, or independent living. We also equip interested adults – the parents, family members, and educators – with the knowledge they need to support the mental health of the young people in their lives.


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