Taking care of your mental and physical health during the COVID-19 pandemic
- If you’re in crisis
- Fear, stress and worry are normal in a crisis
- Tips for taking care of yourself
- More ways to get help
- Suicide prevention
- For Indigenous peoples
- For youth and young adults
- For parents and guardians
- For seniors
- Provincial and territorial resources
If you’re in crisis
If you’re in immediate danger or need urgent medical support, call 911.
If you’re experiencing gender-based violence, you can access a crisis line in your province or territory.
You may also access support workers, social workers, psychologists and other professionals for confidential chat sessions or phone calls by texting WELLNESS to:
- 686868 for youth
- 741741 for adults
For a wide range of resources and support for Canadians:
COVID-19: Digital tools and apps for staying healthy
To help Canadians in this unprecedented time, we have put in place a suite of digital tools to provide you with information and resources. Help limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect yourself and your community.
Get notified if someone you were near in the past 14 days tells the app they tested positive.
Track your symptoms, receive the latest updates, and access trusted resources.
Help reduce wait times at Canadian ports of entry and limit points of contact.
Resources to empower you to take care of both your physical and mental health and help you manage substance use.