• Know What To Do Guide

    Do you, or a youth you care about, need support to feel better? The “Know What To Do Guide” is aimed at increasing awareness of, and navigation to, available mental health supports and resources for children and youth. A collaboration between Ottawa Public Health, Suicide Prevention Ottawa & Ottawa Child & Youth Initiative.

  • The Youth Mental Health Virtual Clinic

    The Youth Mental Health Virtual Clinic at Ottawa’s Youth Services Bureau is currently offering free sessions by phone and video. Call on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-8 pm to connect with a counselor: 613-562-3004

  • CHEO’s YouthNet/RéseauAdo (YNRA)

    CHEO’s YouthNet/RéseauAdo (YNRA) is a for youth, by youth mental health promotion and intervention organization that offers services in both English and French. We talk about mental health and engage in healthy activities to reduce stigma, promote positive coping strategies, and encourage reaching out for help. Learn more & sign up.

  • Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario - Dishes For Wishes

    It’s the best excuse for a deliciously fun date-night at home! Join us for Dishes for Wishes 2021 in support of Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario, where over 350 children with critical illnesses are waiting for their life-changing wish. Dishes for Wishes includes a fabulous 3-course dinner for two from MY Catering Group, a bottle of wine from Inniskillin, some great dinner music by local R&B/Soul artist Jeff Rogers, a surprise gift and more.
  • Sens 50/50

    The Ottawa Senators and the Senators Community Foundation have launched a new way to win. An innovative online platform available to Senators fans across Ontario. Larger jackpots… more players… more excitement and more support for our community. The Senators Community Foundation helps fund organizations and programs that make a difference for children and youth across our region. The new Sens 50/50!
  • CN Cycle For CHEO

    Participate until May 2 - Ottawa
    The Virtual CN Cycle for CHEO is a fantastic way to get active all while supporting children facing cancer. Every year at CHEO approximately 75 children are diagnosed with cancer and another 500 are in active treatment. Participants are in full control of route planning, timing and their desired distance. Walk, cycle or run in your own neighbourhood or on a favourite trail.