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A Guide to Canadian Services for Mental Health, Stress, and Financial Support
A Guide to Canadian Services for Mental Health, Stress, and Financial Support
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At KOHO, we care about your well-being. We know that life can be challenging, and sometimes you need a little extra support. That's why we've put together this guide to connect you with Canadian services that can help with mental health, stress, and financial concerns.

Mental Health Support:

  • Health Canada's Mental Health and Well-Being: KOHO understands that financial stress can be overwhelming. Health Canada offers information and resources to help you manage stress and maintain good mental health. Find what you need at

  • Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA): CMHA offers a helping hand to reduce stress and improve your mental well-being. Check out their programs and services at www.cmha.cwww.cmha.caa.

Financial Support & Education:

  • Employment Insurance (EI): Employment Insurance provides temporary financial assistance to eligible workers who have lost their jobs or are unable to work due to various reasons, such as illness, maternity, or parental leave. It can help alleviate financial stress during periods of unemployment. Learn more at

  • Canada Pension Plan (CPP): The CPP is a contributory pension plan that provides retirement, disability, and survivor benefits. It can be a significant source of income in retirement and help reduce financial stress in your later years. Details are available at

  • Old Age Security (OAS): OAS provides a basic pension to eligible seniors aged 65 and older. It helps provide financial stability during retirement. Find more information at

  • Canada Child Benefit (CCB): The CCB is a tax-free monthly payment for eligible families to help with the cost of raising children. It can significantly ease the financial burden of child-rearing. Learn about CCB at

  • Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC): FCAC provides resources and tools to help Canadians make informed financial decisions and manage their money effectively. Visit their website at

  • Credit Counselling Canada: This organization offers free or low-cost credit counselling services to help individuals manage debt, create budgets, and reduce financial stress. Find a credit counselling agency near you at

  • Non-Profit Organizations: Several non-profit organizations across Canada focus on financial literacy and providing resources to help individuals build financial resilience. Examples include Prosper Canada ( and the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (

Accessing Federal Services:

  • To access these federal services, visit the official government website at They provide easy-to-understand information on all available programs, eligibility criteria, and how to apply.

  • Don't hesitate to reach out to Service Canada's toll-free number at 1-800-O-Canada (1-800-622-6232) if you need help accessing federal services.

The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and is not intended as financial, legal, or professional advice. The inclusion of specific websites and resources does not constitute an endorsement or guarantee of the accuracy or reliability of the information contained therein.

Readers are strongly encouraged to independently verify the validity and relevance of any websites or resources listed in this article. Financial programs, eligibility criteria, and services may change over time, and it is the reader's responsibility to ensure that they are using the most up-to-date and accurate information from official government sources or reputable organizations.

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