RBC resources

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Leader within resources

Everyday mindfulness

Thank you Miranda Ayim, our youth group mentor, for sharing this great resource.

The Power Of Habits

Thank you Miranda Ayim, our youth group mentor, for sharing this great resource.

mental health & wellness resources

rock crisis line

Phyisical distancing doesn’t mean you are alone. If you are in crisis and you are a youth between the ages of 0-18 (or a caregiver of), know that ROCK is here to listen and offer help. Give us a call to be connected for support.

Halton District School Board mental health & well-being supports for parents/guardians and students

This year, because of the presence and impact of COVID-19 and racial injustice, our individual and collective mental health is being challenged. Stress, worry, anger and anxious feelings are understandable and a way for us to adapt to these stressful situations.​​

COVID-19 mental health resources toolkit

For many, the pressure and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is taking a serious toll. The Burlington Chamber of Commerce along with their Health & Wellness Committee have created the Mental Health Toolkit (link above) to equip their members and the broader business community with insights, tools and resources.


The Halton Youth Initiative was a project of the Our Kids Network serving the communities of North Oakville, Acton, Aldershot, and Milton. The youth volunteers want to encourage others to give land acknowledgments a try and to be genuine with it! All sorts of resources are available on their webpage, including a How to Write a Land Acknowledgment Guide PDF, how-to and historical storytime videos, and resources including maps and pronunciation guides, all to help you write a land acknowledgment.

Additional Indigenous Literacy resources can be found on the Our Kids Network website.


We do not provide mental health advice, counselling or treatment. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 911 or go tot he nearest emergency department. You can also reach out to

Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868