Mental Health Resources Page

Mental health resources page

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Sometimes, in our darkest hours, we need a little light so we can find our way. So, here you will find an all-in-one mental health resources page to ease the burden of finding the help you need. My thoughts and condolences are with all who are struggling with this most unpreceded time. please, take care of yourself, those you love and your communities in which you live.

In solidarity,


Wellness Together Canada

Wellness together canada

A comprehensive and free resource from the government of Canada. This site is chaulked full of tools needed to help you during the COVID-19 crisis.

Crisis services canada

A great online suicide prevention and support site that includes a toll free number with SMS text support 24/7

Nova scotia mental health and addictions

This site is the go to resource for Nova Scotians that require mental health and addictions support. Resources also include toll free number to the mental health crisis team.

Kids help phone canada

A great resouce comitted to helping kids by being there to talk 24/7/365

healthy minds cooperative

Healthy Minds Cooperative is a Nova Scotia mental health support organization offering a variety of programs Including; workshops, groups, and various other events

Nova Scotia Strong

#first responders first

An organization dedicated to first responders. It’s primary focus is on PTSD.


If you feel you need to speak to a therapist, can help by providing you with a mental health professional online; all from the comfort of your own home. (Paid service). The Road to Mental Wellness recieces an afillate commision for this service. However, accessing this service through us will get you s 20% discount.

canadain mental health association

The CMHA offers tips on COVID-19 and it’s impact on mental health.

Peer support canada

An organization dedicated to faciltaing peer support. You’re not alone.

mental health america

Mental health America offers a whole host of resources for our friends across the boarder.

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