top of page

Resource Links

Medical Health

The Internet can be a valuable medical resource, but remember to always discuss medical issues with your doctor. Do not attempt to diagnose and treat yourself. Use information to educate yourself and promote your own health.

All information, especially that found on the Internet, needs to be evaluated by readers for authority, appropriateness, and other criteria for value. If you find information that is “too good to be true”, it probably is. Never use information that you cannot verify. Question it. Look for other sources that can authenticate or corroborate what you find. A simple guideline is to look at the internet address of the article you are reading. Sites that end in .edu or .gov or .org do lend some authority to content. 

Mental Health

Anorexia and Bulimia Support Group

Anxiety Disorders Clinic

Canadian Mental Health Association

Canadian Pyschiatric Association

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Emotions Anonymous

Mental Health Service Information

Mental Health Helpline

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health

Public Health Agency of Canada

Royal Victoria Hospital

Schizophrenia Society of Ontario

Sheena's Place

Your Life Counts! International

Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care


Addictions Services

Alcoholics Anonymous 

Adult Children of Alcoholics and

Other Dysfunctional Families


Bellwood Health Services Inc.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Gam-Anon (Gamblers Anonymous)

Narcotics Anonymous 

Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline

Ontario Addiction Treatment Centres

Drug and Alcohol Helpline

Parent Action on Drugs

STEPS Society for Permanent Recovery

Vitanova Foundation

Quit Smoking

Kid's Health

Caring for Kids

Child and Family Canada

Kids Health

Your Child's Health

Child Health Network

Rourke Baby Record Information for Parents

Transport Canada

Safe Kids Canada

Children's Aid Society

Parents for Youth

Parents Matter


Special Needs

ADAPT: Association of Differently-Abled People Together 

Alternatives- Integrating People with Cognitive Challenges

Association for the Neurologically Disabled of Canada

Autism - Parent Resource Kit (Online Resource)

Autism - Parent Resource Kit (Downloadable)

Centre for Autism, Remediation and Education

DREAMS Society

Down Syndrome Association

Ontario March of Dimes

Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy

Women's Health

Breastfeeding Information

Canadian Women's Health Network

Ontario Women's Health Council


Women's Health Matters

Pregnancy/Parenting Support

All Our Kids - Early Child Development and Parenting Programs

Association of Parent Support Groups in Ontario

Clinical Development Resources and Concerned Parents Seminars

Family Resource Centre

Ontario Early Years Centre

Parent for Youth: Helping and Supporting Parents

Pathways for Children

Prenatal Plus Pregnancy & Parenting Centre

Rose of Sharon

The Family Place

Child Development and Family Services


Eat Right Ontario

Eat Right Ontario - Meal Planning

Nutrition Screening Tool


Assaulted Women's Helpline

Canadian Red Cross Society

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Care Centre

Women's Centre

Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgendered Support

LGBT Youth Line

PFLAG Canada


Mind your Mind

Senior Support

Carefirst Seniors and Community

CHATS (Community Home Assistance to Seniors)

Compassionate Advantage Inc.

Helpful Care In-Home Services

Helping Hands Caregiver Services

Seniors for Seniors


Canadian Health Network

Canadian Immunization Awareness Program

Canadian Pediatric Society

National Advisory Committee on Immunization 

If you choose not to vaccinate

Vaccine Myths

Tips for Parents for a Positive Immunization Experience

Meningitis B Vaccine Information

Ontario's Routine Immunization Schedule


ARCH Disability Law Centre

Justice for Children and Youth

Legal Aid Ontario

Self Help/Other Support

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Centre for Information and Community

Services of Ontario

Health Connection

Social Services Network

bottom of page