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Crisis resources: Shelter, food and support services

If you are in crisis and don't have access to shelter, food or support, take a look at how you can get the services you need.

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Psychiatric hospitals or wards

Psychiatric hospitals or wards treat people experiencing different mental illnesses, including depression, schizophrenia, anxiety and eating disorders. Learn more.

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Common thinking errors

Common thinking errors (cognitive errors or cognitive distortions) are easy to make. Learn about ten common thinking errors and ways to stop them.

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How can I develop coping strategies?

Developing coping strategies or tools to cope, is a powerful way to deal with life's inevitable challenges. Learn some new ways to cope.

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Challenging negative self-talk

Self-talk are those thoughts or things you say to yourself. Self-talk is often negative and skews how we see ourselves. Learn how to identify and manage your self-talk.

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How talking to someone can help

Everyone goes through tough times. Learn the benefits of talking to someone about how you're feeling.

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Myths about depression

Learn some myths and truths about depression and other mental health challenges, which fuel stigma around mental health illness.

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Problem solving

Your willingness and ability to solve problems has a huge effect on the way you feel. Learn eight steps to solving a problem.

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What to expect when calling a helpline

If you’re feeling nervous about calling a helpline, that’s okay. It can be scary to pick up the phone, especially if you don’t know what to expect. This fact sheet can help.

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Crisis helplines

If you are feeling suicidal and need someone to talk to now, learn about Lifeline and Your Life Your Voice.

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