Mental Health and Wellness Education for Resilience and Hope

YMHC is a community-based, youth-led charitable non-profit organization focused on youth, family and community engagement for mental health education, support, advocacy and change.

We advocate for needs-based, culturally sensitive, trauma-informed mental health supports, services and educational accommodations and direct funding to families to support young people with chronic mental health disabilities.

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We produced youth mental wellness tools and resources in order to place them in the hands of those who need them. All workbooks have been peer-reviewed by mental health professionals.

Learning & Development

Workshops and presentations to students from elementary to postsecondary and parents/caregivers,  certificate training courses for school staff and employees in a variety of educational, workplace and community settings.


By becoming a member, you are joining a diverse community dedicated to transforming mental health and suicide prevention through education, strength, and hope. Your membership not only provides you with exclusive benefits but also contributes to our ongoing efforts to support youth mental health across Canada.


Explore a range of supportive initiatives, including School Peer Support Programs, Compassionate Card Service, Indigenous Compassionate Card initiative, and Daily Messages of Support, designed to foster resilience and well-being in diverse communities.

Support Us

Contribute to our fundraising campaign for suicide prevention strategies in education and programs that focus on youth mental health issues in Canada.

Stay Connected

Monthly Newsletters

Subscribe to our monthly newsletters to receive the most recent information from us. You have the option to cancel at any time.

Read the Archive

Visit Us

Daily drop-in hours are available from 9 to 5 at YMHC. Our team will come to the office to meet with you after scheduling a time.

Second Saturdays are another opportunity provided by YMHC for all community members to volunteer, utilize our library for mental health and wellness, and buy books on Saturdays from 9 to 5.

Accessibility: YMHC is committed to creating an inclusive, safe and accessible space for all staff and community members. Our building is wheelchair accessible by way of ramp and elevator. If you would like to learn more about our accessibility policies, please feel free to reach out to us.

To learn more, kindly click on the links below.

To contact us online, please use the online contact form.