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Walk so Kids Can Talk
presented by BMO

The Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO is a fun and inspirational 5K walk where thousands of kids, adults, families, schools, community organizations, and corporations join together to support kids in Canada. Register Today

National Volunteer Week: Volunteers of the Year


As a charity, Kids Help Phone relies on the passion and dedication of an outstanding team of volunteers who come together from across Canada to make Kids Help Phone the best it can be. Read more

Youth Materials

It’s easy to promote Kids Help Phone’s free, professional counselling services in your school, library, waiting room, or anywhere young people are. Learn more

Kids Help Phone Blog

She wanted to move forward: A counsellor’s story, by Shannon

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Some kids contact Kids Help Phone once and that’s all they need. Others, like Mackenzie*, reach out to us numerous times throughout the years. Mackenzie, who was in her late teens, had been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, one of the Read more

Finding inner strength: A counsellor’s story, by Victoria

When the phone rings, you never know what's going to happen when you pick it up. Will it be a simple request, such as finding local counselling or healthcare resources? Or Read more

On her own at 16: A counsellor’s story, by Aren

In most provinces teens are allowed to leave home at the age of 16. At that age parents are allowed to send kids packing and kids are, according to the Read more

When I’m not home, Kids Help Phone is: by Susan Hallsworth

"Mommy, when you are you coming home?” Heartbreaking words to hear on Skype when I can see my little boy in tears wanting to hug before bed. Last year, I travelled a Read more

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“I don’t know what’s going to happen in my life, but I wanted to call and thank you for listening. You were the only ones who did.”
– 14-year-old caller