Mindyourmind is an online interactive webpage for youth between the ages of 14 and 24 who are interested in learning more about or are dealing with mental illnesses. The website includes information on different mental health related problems, as well as daily tips and online interactive pages.
The Ontario Federation of Friendship Centres has resources for children and youth on their website, including Healthy Babies, Healthy Children, resources for urban youth and children and Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth.
The Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario are striving to create healthier communities. Their goal is to promote health, wellness and spirituality through the use of sports tournaments and wellness activities. They also offer training in healthy living and other sports related certifications.
As an Indigenous young person, you have rights! Learn about what they are.
Your Legal Rights is an Ontario database that provides the reader with information about their legal rights on a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): housing, family, education and human rights.
The Native Youth Sexual Health Network is an organization throughout Canada and the United States that is aiming to work through issues related to sexual relationships and reproduction through the continent in a human rights perspective. Their website includes information on fighting homophobia and transphobia, as well as different projects such as the Grandmother Spirit Project and School Pushout. Also listed on the website is phone numbers for help-lines and different useful centres/circles.
The Native Women's Association of Canada strives to better the lives of Indigenous women, girls and their families through advocacy and policy work. Some of their main areas of interest are: education, health, justice, violence protection and human rights. Their website explains the issues within each area - for example, the high numbers of Aboriginal women in prison is listed under justice. They provide documents and resources on how change can be achieved.
The YOUCAN website provides leadership resources for youth and educators on non-violent conflict resolution to improve community relations. The website also offers publications of how programs by YOUCAN have been making change in their communities.
Taking Action is a youth-led project by Aboriginal communities across Canada that explores healthy sexuality, structural inequalities, and culture. The youth learn about HIV and create artwork to share with their communities as a form of health promotion.
The Public Health Agency of Canada provides many educational resources and activities on children's rights for children aged 4 and above. The site has a section for child and youth, parents and caregivers, as well as educators. There are also links to events across the country for National Child day.