Are you seeking information on how to develop resiliency so that you can help your kids become the best that they can be?

Check out our adult resiliency resources and programs.

Level Up Your Resiliency Intelligence

The Insight Series and Resilience U

Check out our monthly “Insight Series“ and attend Resilient U, our free 5-Session Boot Camp to quickly build the insights you need to build resilience so that you can help children build theirs.

Parenting & Educational Supports Made Easy

You don’t need to search the web for insights about great “parenting skills”. We did it for you and here are the best of the best for parents and for educators and school boards.

Helpful Work-Life Balance Websites and Videos

For employers and parental workforces, resources for people who may be experiencing mental distress or burn-out as they balance workplace and home.

Go-To Mental Health Websites

Workplace Webinars and Workshops

Participate in our webinars or workshops to discover social and emotional tools to effectively juggle work and home, and to help your families navigate life happily and skillfully too. For information, contact us at

Resilient Kids Canada

We do not provide mental health services.  If you require assistance, we recommend you contact:

Crisis Services Canada:  to help you to find distress centres and crisis organizations across Canada.  You can assess immediate help by calling 1-833-456-4566 (toll-free and available 24/7) or by Texting 45645 (4 pm – 12 am ET).

Kids Help Phone: available 24 hours a day for young people aged five (5) to twenty-nine (29).  Phone 1-800-668-6868 (toll-free) or text Connect 686868.

Hope for Wellness Helpline: a 24/7 crisis counselling helpline for Indigenous people across Canada who are suffering from mental health issues. Contact them at 1-855-242-3310 or visit their chat line at

Resilient Kids Canada’s Registered Charity Number 718447477 RR 001

Land Acknowledgment: Our lands spanning from Lake Ontario to the Niagara Escarpment are steeped in the Indigenous History and Modern Traditions of the many Firsts Nations and Métis. The territory is mutually covered by the Dishwith One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy, the Ojibway and other allied Nations to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is part of the Tready Land and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit.