Young people need us - the adults in their lives - to educate ourselves, actively listen to, support, accept, advocate for, and respectfully facilitate their access to help.

Kids Help Phone understands that sometimes parents need assistance to be the best possible supports for their kids. Though Parent Help Line is no longer in operation, we remain committed to supporting parents to support their children.

Please visit the Media Centre in Kids Help Phone's organizational website to read our most recent Critical Issue Reports, and to find tools and tipsheets written for parents.

The Info Booth section of our Teens website contains up to date and clinically vetted information, tips, and tools on a range of issues facing young people. Visit the site by yourself or with your child to learn more about issues from depression to body image to bullying.

You can also recommend that your child call Kids Help Phone at
to speak with one of our professional counsellors.

About Kids Help Phone

A community-based national charity, Kids Help Phone raises the majority of its annual revenue from individuals, foundations, corporations and community fundraising in order to be there for the 6.5 million young people in Canada, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in English and in French.

For more information about the domain, please contact Ted Kaiser, Vice President Information Technology - Please note that counsellors will not be responding to emails at this address.