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COVID-19 Resource Page

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COVID-19 Resources from Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA)

Talking to Children, Games to Help

For information on how to talk to children about the outbreak, check out these great resources online:

  1. Talking to Kids about the Coronavirus
  2. How to Talk to your Child about Cornoavirus
  3. Teach Kids Healthy Handwashing Habits with PBS Interactive Kids Games

Resources for Youth

1. Kids Help Line - call, text, chat, or read a ton of great resources.

2. TeenLine - text or e-mail.

3. CAMH - Coping with stress and anxiety during COVID-19

4. Anishinabe Youth Network (SLFNHA) Facebook page updates on the latest in your area

5. Youthline - confidential and non-judgemental peer support through our telephone, text and chat services

NAN Hope

In response to this identified need, and in close collaboration and partnership with Regional Health Authorities, Tribal Councils, and community organizations across NAN territory, the “Mental Health and Addictions Pandemic Response Program “NAN HOPE” was designed to integrate with existing mental health supports in the region. NAN HOPE is now live and our team is available to support all NAN communities and Citizens.

Phone – Text – Chat

1-844-NAN-HOPE (626-4673) or nanhope.ca

Hotlines for anyone

Telehealth Ontario 1-866-797-0000
First Nations and
Inuit Hope for
Wellness Help Line
(24Hours)
1-855-242-3310

Get more tools at Ontario's Association of Children's Aid Societies

Updates from Health Canada & Ministry of Health

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