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Would you like to play some games? Learn about topics that interest you? Complete short questionnaires that will help you to get to know yourself better?

This section is intended to deepen your knowledge. Here, you will be able to reflect on your relationships and self-confidence, and sharpen your critical thinking regarding the many stereotypes that circulate in today’s society.

You will see that we have always taken care to specify the subject being addressed. Happy explorations!


Getting advice from others can help when we have doubts about a situation that has happened to us. You know, everyone needs help at one time or another, even adults.

Here you will find resources to help you. The websites and phone numbers lead to professionals and allow you to safely confide in them. As well, you will not be asked to divulge any personal information.

We encourage you to download this card and tuck it in your cell phone or print a copy: it will be much easier to store the information. You can also share the card with a friend!


24-hour support service for youth. You can talk safely and in all confidence about any topic that is bothering you with a professional by phone, text or chat.

Telephone: 1-800-263-2266
Text: 514-600-1002

Kids Help Phone

24-hour support service for youth. You can talk about any topic that is bothering you with a professional by phone, text, messenger or chat in complete safety.

Telephone: 1-800-668-6868
Text: Text CONNECT to 686868



Support service to stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way.

Interligne LGBTQ

24-hour support service for youth concerned with sexual diversity and gender. You can speak with a professional by phone, text or chat in completely confidentiality and safety.  

Telephone and text: 1-888-505-1010



Reporting centre for sexual photos or videos. If you come across any inappropriate sexual content, immediately report!

Info-santé & Info-social

A free and confidential telephone consultation service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week that alows you to reach a nurse or a social worker who can help you with a health or psychosocial-related problem.

Telephone: 811
*Service available only to youth over the age of 14. 


Themes : Self-esteem and body image

Questions for reflection

  • What is the message of the video?
  • Have you ever felt bad about yourself?
  • According to you, what’s more important, what’s inside of us, or outside?

Themes: Healthy relationships, personal boundaries (virtual)

Questions for reflection:

  • In your opinion, is this type of situation possible?
  • Have you ever accepted a virtual friend without really knowing the person?
  • How can you be safe online?
  • Is it safe to accept to meet a virtual friend? If yes, what precautions should you take to ensure that the encounter is without any danger?


950 Beaumont Avenue
Suite 103
Montreal (Quebec)
H3N 1V5


514 843-4333