Mental health learning and advocacy beyond the classroom.
Looking for more ways to support mental health in your area? Check out more ways to get involved with Jack.org’s mental health work below.
Jack Chapters are groups of young people at high schools, colleges, universities, and community settings who work year-round to identify and break down barriers to positive mental health and make concrete change in their communities across Canada.
Large youth-led gatherings all over Canada that bring together hundreds of young mental health advocates to learn from each other and make positive change for youth mental health.
Looking for a fundraising idea for your student group? Consider raising funds to support mental health programs for youth across Canada.
This is not a site for personal disclosure of mental health distress, suicidal thoughts or behaviours. If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call a helpline, 9-1-1 or emergency services, or go to your nearest emergency department.
If someone’s thoughts or behaviours threaten the safety of themselves or others, then this is what’s called a mental health crisis. Call a helpline, 9-1-1 or emergency services. If someone has recently hurt themselves, but is no longer in danger, follow Be There’s Golden Rules and connect them to resources in their area.