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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

Stay fully informed about COVID-19 by reading the Ontario Government's resource page.


Getting the Flu Shot

Anyone can catch the flu. Protect yourself – and others – by learning about the virus and recognizing the symptoms.

Health Services

General Health Directory

Finding Help

Assistive Devices Funding Support

  • If you have a long-term physical disability, you can get help paying for equipment and supplies when you qualify for the Assistive Devices Program.

Early Childhood Care

Pregnancy & Parenthood

  • The Government of Ontario has gathered information to Help Parents understand how to give their children the best possible start.
  • Find out if you can receive government-funded Fertility Treatments and how to get started.
  • Learn about Newborn screening Ontario and how they can test newborns for treatable diseases that usually show no symptoms in the newborn period.
  • The Ontario's Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program, helps parents and newborns find the support they need to start on the right foot.

Infant & Children's Health

The Flu, Vaccines & Immunizations

Long-Term Care

Mental Health Services

What are Mental Health Services?

Mental Health Services

  • Bounceback is a free, evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy program that provides guided mental health and self-help support fpr adults and youth 15+ using workbooks, online videos and phone coaching.
  • Canadian Mental Health Association (Halton) offers free call-in counselling for anyone 16 or older during stressful and uncertain times.
  • ConnexOntario connects adults and frontline workers who are dealing with troubles with mental health, addiction and gambling support.
  • Distress Centre Halton provides phone and online support to help people cope with crisis, loneliness and emotional stress.
  • Good2Talk is a service that provides confidential support to post-secondary students.
  • Wellness Together Canada, connects individuals dealing with to mental health and substance use problems with support, resources and counselling with mental health professionals. 

Mental Health Services for Children & Youth

  • Kid’s Help Phone, is for Children and Youth, 18 and under, who need to talk to someone about their mental health.
    Call 1-800668-6868 for 24/7 virtual, phone and text support.
  • Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK) provides support for children and families dealing with mental health concerns.
  • Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services offer a variety of mental health programs and supports to children and youth who are experiencing anxiety/depression that is causing them to have difficulty at home and school. They offer day treatment, counselling and outreach, intensive treatment, group therapy, and early intervention programs at no cost.


Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)

Ontario Drug Benefit Program

Trillium Drug Program

  • If you have high prescription-drug costs – compared to your household income – you might qualify for the Trillium Drug Program.