Resources - Project F.L.Y.


Anxiety Panic Support

This website provides information on the different anxiety disorders, relaxation skills, deep breathing exercises, book recommendations, and crisis resources for your particular country. There is also a 24/7 chat room where you can connect with people having similar experiences.


Good 2 Talk

Good2Talk is a free, confidential helpline providing professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addiction and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario at all times of day, every day of the year.


Positive Space

The website provides information about the LGBTQ+ community and access to counsellors in your area who are very familiar with the community.


Ottawa Crisis Line

Bilingual help to those in crisis, whether is be dealing with stress, overwhelming feelings, symptoms of depression, anxiety or psychosis, suicidal thoughts, or any concerns regarding your mental health or that of your loved ones.


Canadian Mental Health Association

This website provides mental health resources for several different demographics including: youth, First Nation people, seniors, and tools to use in the workplace.


MAX Men’s Health Ottawa

This website provides information on events, campaigns and community resources for the GBT2Q in the Ottawa area. They focus mainly on building resiliency and creating a network of services to support guys who are into guys.


Go Zen!

This website provides educational tools for children to develop their resiliency skills relating to anxiety and stress as well as promoting their mental well-being. It also provides links to other mental health resources for children to develop positive coping mechanisms.

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This website provides information about various programs and resources available relating to addiction and mental health as well as information about the various mental illnesses (signs and symptoms, definitions, facts, treatments, etc.)


Narcotics Anonymous

This website provides information about overcoming addiction and helps you find a meeting near you. Their goal is to make every addict feel empowered to express their message in a safe space and take steps towards a new way of life.


Do it for Daron

DIFD is all about inspiring conversations, raising awareness, and transforming youth mental health. IT provides both youth and their parents with resources to identify suicidal ideology and the tools to recover safely.


The Royal

This website combines the mental health care and research aspects performed by the Royal. They provide educational conferences such as Is It Just Me? As well as therapy to patients of mental illness in Eastern Ontario.


Kid’s Help Phone

This website provides various short articles for youth covering several topics such as bullying, sadness, stress and not feeling safe at home. It also provides 24/7 phone counselling and referral services at 1-800-668-6868.