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Need urgent help?


If you find yourself in need of immediate help, call Emergency Services – 911.

These are examples of situations that you should seek immediate help:

  • Thinking about ending your life or trying to end your life.
  • Feeling scared because you’re experiencing sensations that aren’t real and/or beliefs that can’t possibly be true.
  • Becoming unable to care for yourself, and it’s putting you at risk of serious harm.
  • Experiencing an alcohol or any other drug overdose.
  • Taking a dangerous combination of substances (like medications and alcohol).

You can also

  • call the crisis line at 1-800-784-2433
  • chat online with Kids Help Phone
  • SMS/Text Kids Help Phone by texting CONNECT to 686868, if you would like to stop the conversation text STOP

For other phone, chat or text support options, visit our Get Support section.

Apps & Tools

Explore these options for support if you think you might be experiencing signs of psychosis.

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Booster Buddy

Booster Buddy is designed to help you improve your mental health. The app includes tools to help you check-in with how you're feeling, use coping skills, keep track of appointments and medications, get started on tasks, and follow self-care routines.

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Dealing with Psychosis – Supporting Others

This guide is made for someone supporting someone in recovery. The support person does not teach the material but can help encourage and even work with the person at times through this guide and their toolkit.

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Dealing with Psychosis

This toolkit is meant to help you learn skills you can use manage symptoms of psychosis and move forward and enjoy your life. It is not meant to be a substitute for treatments provided by health professionals, but to be used along with treatment.

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Early Psychosis Intervention

Provides information to help you understand psychosis, the importance of early intervention, treatments and where to get help if you have concerns about yourself or someone you know.

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