Crisis Lines and Resources

Should you call a crisis line? Calling a crisis line and talking to someone will:

  • help to calm you down
  • give you some perspective
  • help you figure out options and next steps

Mental Health / Alcohol / Drugs Resources:

Child and Youth Crisis Support Line
Thunder Bay: 807-346-8282
District of Thunder Bay: 1-888-269-3100
TTY: 1-888-269-3100

Kids Help Phone
Toll Free: 1-800-668-6868

Deer Lake First Nations Health Services
NAN Crisis Team Program, National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP), Adult and Youth Mental Health Services
Tel: (807) 775-2226

Thunder Bay Counseling Center
Tel: (807) 684-1880

Beendigan Inc.
Crisis Line: (807) 346-HELP (4357)
Toll Free: 1-888-200-9997

Anishawbe Mushkiki Aboriginal Health Center
Tel: 807-343-4843

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care, Child Welfare Services,
Thunder Bay District
Emergency helpline: 1-800-465-3985

Thunder Bay Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual-Youth line
1-800-268-9688 toll free number

Mind your Mind (information, resources and tools during tough times)

More than Sad (education on depression)

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention

Teen Mental Health

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health(about alcohol)

The Danger of Chugging Alcohol Fact Sheet

Thunder Bay District Health Unit (Information on safety, drugs and alcohol)

Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre

Outdoor Recreation-Safety Resources

Water Safety

Discover Boating (Boat Safety)

Canadian Red Cross-Boating Safety

Bike Safety

Transport Canada – All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Safety

Ontario Ministry of Transportation – Smart ride, Safe ride (ATV off-road/on-road driving)

Canada Safety Council – Safety Code for ATV riders

The ATV Safety Institute

Transport Canada- Safe Snowmobiling

Safe Riders Snowmobile Safety Awareness Program

Caring for Kids – Snowmobiles: Safety tips for families

The Ultimate Guide to Driving Safely & Avoiding Distractions

Teen Driving Resources And Printable Resources