Canada - Canadian of America Hotlines, Crisis Lines & Lifelines for Kids, Teens & Women: Suicide, Child Abuse, Domestic Abuse, LGBT, Runaways, Bullying & More
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- Kids and Teens Hotlines - Canada - Canadian
- Child Abuse Hotlines - Canada - Canadian
- Run Away Hotlines - Canada - Canadian
- Suicide and Crisis Hotlines & Lifelines - Canada - Canadian
- Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault & Rape Hotlines for Women and Men - Canada - Canadian
- LGBT Help & Information Hotlines - Canada - Canadian
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|Canada - Canadian Kids and Teens Hotlines|
24 hours Toll Free
At Kids Help Phone, there's no such thing as a problem that's too big, too small, too unimportant, too serious, too embarrassing... too anything! No matter what your problem or question, we're here to help - you choose the way! You can either phone a counsellor directly or ask a counsellor online.
chat is one-to-one with a trained volunteer working with the support of staff members.
Go to site to /Chat with a Volunteer / SMS Text Chat 778-783-0177 - CHAT HOURS: 6 pm – midnight PST / Email counsellor and other resources.
|Child Abuse Hotlines - Canada - Canadian|
If you need help, need to talk to someone about what's going on, or have questions about child abuse or child neglect, or the reporting process, or need resources in your area - call the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline.
If you are being abused, please tell a safe person – that’s someone you can trust like a teacher, counselor, school nurse, neighbor or parent. You can also call Childhelp. Remember: No one has the right to abuse you. You don’t deserve to be abused. It’s not your fault that you are being treated this way. Please do not be alone with anyone who hurts you.
Find an adult you trust and tell them what is happening. If they don’t believe you, keep telling other adults until someone does believe you!
If you are too nervous or scared to tell someone you know about the abuse, Childhelp counselors can make a three-way call so that you, the hotline counselor, and the person taking the report in your area are all on the telephone at the same time. Before you call to make the report, the hotline counselor can tell you what may happen after a report of abuse is made.
|Run Away Hotlines - Canada - Canadian|
Reunite is our founding program that reunites runaway youth with their families across Canada. If home is not an option, we work with the youth and existing agencies in that city to find an alternative solution. In order to be eligible, a youth must be between 16-21 years of age and must have run away from home. We will not travel any youth with pending legal issues. After a successful reunite is made, we will conduct a one-month follow up with the family and offer any assistance needed at that time.
in partnership with the Canadian Bus Association and Greyhound Canada, Operation Come Home is able to help runaway youth. Greyhound Canada provides 125 one way tickets per year to help these youth travel home safely to their families.
|Suicide and Crisis Help Hotlines - Canada - Canadian|
In Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec & Saskatchewan.
|Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault & Rape Hotlines for Women - Canada - Canadian|
If you are dealing with family violence, these pages provide you with some important information to help keep yourself, your children, other family members, or people you know, safe. This includes how to recognize signs of abuse, plan for safety and find services in your area.
ShelterSafe.ca is an online resource to help women and their children seeking safety from violence and abuse. The clickable map will serve as a fast resource to connect women with the nearest shelter that can offer safety, hope and support.
If you are a woman experiencing abuse, there is someone you can reach out to any time of day or night.
Shelter Safe can provide you with the help you need, from a safe place to stay, to counseling and referrals. Learn how we can help you develop a safety plan for you and your children
You don’t have to cope on your own. It is okay to ask for help..
We help you talk things through and develop a safety plan. We keep everything confidential. We provide emotional support. We provide resource information about domestic violence. We are staffed by trained volunteers.
|LGBT Help & Information Hotlines - Canada - Canadian|
This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. While our goal is to prevent self harm, we welcome the call of any transgender person in need.