Do you or someone you care about struggle with thoughts of suicide or other mental health issues? The Lifeline Canada Foundation is here to help.
The guides, tools and resources throughout this site represent a compilation of resources from various sources across the Globe as noted. When clicking 3rd party links, you will be redirected to websites not affiliated to but with the underlying support of The LifeLine Canada Foundation.
The LifeLine Canada Foundation (also known as TLC) is a registered non-profit, committed to positive mental health and suicide prevention across Canada and Worldwide. TLC is not a crisis hotline. If your life is in danger or you know someone’s life is in danger, DIAL 911 EMERGENCY NOW. For Worldwide Emergency numbers click here. For Canada, United States and International Crisis Centres click here.
Along with constantly developing new positive mental health initiates, The Foundation presently runs 3 main programs: The LifeLine website, The LifeLine Mobile App and Companion Paws Therapy Dogs.
The LifeLine Canada Foundation’s website is both a platform for information about the Foundation’s initiatives as well as a one stop portal, through which an extensive amount of support, guidance, intervention, information, education, resources, pattern interrupts, guides and tools are right at one’s fingertips, compiled from various, credited sources across the Globe.
Mission Statement. To aid in suicide reduction across Canada by raising awareness of risk factors, providing access to online resources options, and promoting local programs to build mental health resilience for all.
Vision Statement. To continue to lower the risk of suicide to where it is a rare event across the country and to build mental health resilience for all.
Values Statement. To assist in reducing the stigma around mental health conditions, and to promote evidence based resources and programs with integrity, respect and inclusion.