Young Canadians have reached out to Kids Help Phone more than 4 million times in 2020, signaling a sharp uptick in calls for help compared to previous years and a growing chorus of youth who continue to struggle under the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2019, the youth crisis hotline received 1.9 million calls, texts, and clicks on their online self-directed resources for help. Under the pandemic, that number has more than doubled.
Kids Help Phone now receives more than 800 calls and texts for help from children and youth across the country daily — about 10 of which are active suicide rescues where police are called for backup, said Kids Help Phone’s senior vice-president of innovation Alisa Simon…
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