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Support for parents and guardians looking for information to help their kids through bullying and cyberbullying issues. Find information tailored to four audiences: children and youth, parents and guardians, educators and schools, and community.
Tip sheets on suicide prevention, bullying and mental health for teens and families, produced in partnership with Kids Help Phone.
Telephone crisis support and mobile response is offered for work, home, school, and community agencies Service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1-888-429-8167 (toll free)
This website is dedicated to helping improve the mental health of youth.
The provincial anti-bullying website has information for parents and guardians on how to address bullying and cyberbullying.
The National Anti-Drug Strategy website for helping parents talk about substance use with teens.
This site promotes early detection, educates about psychosis and provides direction for seeking help.
Laing House is a peer support organization for youth living with mental illness.
Information about preventing suicide, with links to regional support.
Support for people with mental illnesses including Communities Addressing Suicide Together Program.
The Avalon Centre provides services for those affected by sexual violence, with support, education, counselling and leadership/advocacy services for women.
View a map of available resources for domestic violence victims in Nova Scotia.
A prevention and education initiative for online safety for girls, led by the Atlantic Ministers responsible for the Status of Women.
Check with your district health authority to see what services are available for children and youth in your local area.
CALL 911 when someone’s health, safety or property is threatened and help is needed right away.