Self Care For Anxiety & Depression Tip Sheet / Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind (Blog Series, Part 2 of 4)

08.21.2020

This 4-part blog series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your experiences of anxiety and/or depression.

Call a Distress Line

There are multiple distress lines through which you can speak with either a professional or peer-counselor. Sometimes it’s useful to talk out your feelings, or just the circumstance that’s triggering your anxiety/depression with another person. These lines are a great way to connect with someone who is there to listen to you and support you.

Distress Centre of Greater Toronto

Phone: 416-408-4357
Text: 45645
Web: www.dcogt.com

You can also find a distress line that meets your needs, whether they be bereavement, suicide, or crisis in nature here.

Access Mental Health Supports Online

You can access the Wellness Together Canada Portal here: https://ca.portal.gs/

Use an Anxiety Plan

You can check out Anxiety Canada’s Anxiety Plans for adults or teens and children here.

Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)

You can learn much more about available services, mediation, court process, separation, divorce and the law by visiting us at one of our Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)

416-977-0718

361 University Ave, Suite 146, Toronto, ON M5G 1T3

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416-326-1694

311 Jarvis Street Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2C4(Between Gerrard and Dundas)

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416-250-6161

47 Sheppard Avenue East Toronto, Ontario M2N 5X5Main Floor (Just east of Yonge, south side of Sheppard)

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