Bell Lets Talk Mental Health

Bell Let’s Talk is a campaign created by the Bell Canada to raise awareness about the stigma surrounding mental illness. On January 29, 2020 this campaign raised 7.7 million dollars for mental health initatives. Several resources exist online, over the phone and in person for those who need help. Attached is a list of links to suicide and crisis hotlines, and resources available in Grey and Bruce County dedicated to the prevention of suicide and mental health supports.

Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868

Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce

Mental Health Crisis Line of Grey Bruce 1-877-470-5200

Crisis Services Canada 1-833-456-4566 text 45645

Wes for Youth Online I need Immediate Help

Good2Talk 1-866-925-5454

WES for Youth


In 2011 Jamie and Yolanda Cameron’s 16 year old son Wes died by suicide. After Wes’s death his parents created Wes They wanted young people to know that it’s ok to have problems and that it’s ok to ask for help. Wes offers an online safe place where teens can get free one on one counselling from mental health counsellors. Their web site provides resources for teens and parents concerning life issues and mental and emotional wellness. At Wes  you will find more information about this valuable resource for youth aged 13 to 19 in Grey, Bruce and surrounding areas.

Canadian Mental Health Association

The Canadian Mental Health Association offers services and support to anyone who has been diagnosed with a mental illness or is experiencing symptoms of mental illness. Support and education is also available for family members of people who are experiencing a mental health crisis. To find out more about the programs they offer click on the following link Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce A mental health helpline is available in Grey and Bruce to serve people in distress or crisis. The mental health crisis number in Grey & Bruce is 1-877-470-5200.