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  1. BIPOC Men's GroupProvided by: BIPOC - AKA: BIPOC USHR; Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour United for Strength, Home, Relationship
    Provides a safe space to connect and discuss what it means to be a Black, Indigenous, or Person of Colour (BIPOC) man in PEI. Food provided.
  2. Provides 24/7 access to an active online support community of people of all ages affected by different types of brain tumours. Private Facebook groups are available in English and French. Members of the community may include patients, survivors, parents, and c...
  3. Confidential crisis text service that connects individuals with volunteer crisis responders for support about any topic.First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people can connect with an Indigenous volunteer crisis responder. Black youth can connect with volunteer cri...
  4. Helps youth learn skills to overcome, control and gradually face their anxiety.Provided through telephone one-on-one or group coaching calls, participants learn Behaviour Therapy skills to overcome anxiety surrounding school, social situations, peer acceptance...
  5. Helps youth learn skills to overcome, control and gradually face their anxiety.Provided through telephone one-on-one or group coaching calls, participants learn Behaviour Therapy skills to overcome anxiety surrounding school, social situations, peer acceptance...
  6. Helps youth learn skills to overcome, control and gradually face their anxiety.Provided through telephone one-on-one or group coaching calls, participants learn Behaviour Therapy skills to overcome anxiety surrounding school, social situations, peer acceptance...
  7. Helps youth learn skills to overcome, control and gradually face their anxiety.Provided through telephone one-on-one or group coaching calls, participants learn Behaviour Therapy skills to overcome anxiety surrounding school, social situations, peer acceptance...
  8. Professional counsellors are available to help young people deal with concerns, large or small, by telephone, text, Facebook Messenger or live chat. Examples of these concerns include: Bullying Violence and abuse Housing Legal aid Sexual health Issues related ...
  9. LivingOutLoud.lifeProvided by: Canadian Virtual Hospice - AKA: Portail Palliatif Canadien
    Online forum where young adults and teens living with advanced illness share insights and tackle difficult topics with honesty and humour. Includes topics such as: Relationships Sex and fertility Daily life Decisions Self