Need to talk?

Free In-person and Virtual Mental Health Counselling

There are two ways to connect:

What’s Up Walk In:

To be connected to a counsellor for a telephone or video session, please call one of our locations. Our locations and hours can be found here.

One Stop Talk:

To connect directly with a counsellor through online video, and voice, go to, or call 1-855-416-8255. One Stop Talk operates Monday to Friday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

Immediate mental health counselling for children, youth, young adults and their families, and families with infants is available.

No issue is too small or too big. We can help.

We Commit to Action on Anti-Black Racism

We stand firmly with the Black community and our colleagues to condemn all forms of racism.

We recognize racism as a public health crisis that reveals itself in many ways: from microaggressions to physical violence to systemic perpetuation of power and privilege. These societal, structural and individual aggressions have had a significant impact on the mental health and life outcomes of Black community members.

Read our full Statement and Action Commitment

If you're a young person, call us for a session if you're:

  • feeling sad, worried or angry
  • having fights with your parents
  • being bullied
  • dealing with a personal issue
  • feeling like you might hurt yourself
  • suffering because someone has hurt you
  • feeling like you are being treated unfairly

Or if there’s anything else on your mind

If you’re a parent, call us if you’re:

  • concerned about your child’s development
  • constantly arguing with your child or young person
  • concerned about your child’s school progress

Or if there’s anything else on your mind