- COVID-19 resources for individuals
- COVID-19 resources for businesses and community
- School resources
- Travellers information sheets
- COVID-19 mental health resources for the community
COVID-19 resources for individuals
Posters and handouts
The following factsheet and posters can be used to remind individuals about the importance of wearing a mask and the reasons why someone may wear a mask.
- Reasons why someone wears a mask factsheet (PDF)
- Reasons why someone wears a mask poster (PDF)
- Reasons why someone wears a mask poster series (PDF)
COVID-19 information sheets (multiple languages)
- Available in multiple languages on the Ministry of Health website (how to protect yourself; how to self-isolate; how to care for someone with COVID-19; vaccine facts)
- Boost Your Protection Against COVID-19 information sheet (PDF)
COVID-19 resources for businesses and community
- Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings – COVID-19 fact sheet (Public Health Ontario, PDF)
Entrance signage for businesses
- COVID-19 poster: Do not enter if sick 8.5 x 11” (PDF, 500 KB)
Face covering signage for businesses
Posters and handouts
The following posters can be used by schools to remind students about the importance of physical distancing, how to wear a mask and washing their hands.
COVID-safe tips while at school and child care
- Fact sheet for parents (PDF)
- 8.5 x 11″ poster (PDF)
COVID-19 checklist for school physical activities
- 8.5 x 11 ” handout (PDF, 343 KB)
Get the COVID-19 vaccine
Stop if you’re sick
- 11 x 17 ” poster (PDF, 110 KB)
Wash your hands
- 11 x 17 ” poster (PDF, 133 KB)
Watch this animated video for information about symptoms and tips on COVID-19 screening that will help you decide if you should go to school or not.
For more information on school self-screening and illness visit the schools and covid-19 page.
Travellers information sheets
- Available in multiple languages on the Public Health Agency of Canada website.
COVID-19 mental health resources for the community
- Crisis Intervention Services is a free all-ages service for people living or visiting Sudbury & Manitoulin districts.
- ConnexeOntario provides free and confidential services for people experiencing problems with alcohol, drugs, mental illness and/or gambling.
- Big White Wall is an online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues.
- BounceBack is a free skill building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
- Mental Health Commission of Canada offers resources in response to COVID-19.
- 211 Ontario is your primary source of information on government and community-based social services.
- eMentalHealth offers mental health services, help and support in your community.
- Canadian Mental Health Association offers mental health and addiction services
- Wellness Together Canada offers mental health and substance use support for youth and adults.
- AbilitiCMT is an internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (iCBT) program that you can access from any device, any time.
- Northern Initiative for Social Action’s (NISA)Regional Warm Line offers peer support to folks all across northeastern Ontario and addresses some of the challenges facing people with lived experience of mental health challenges/illness.
Children and youth
- mindSPACE(Compass) is a free and confidential mental health service for children and youth under 18. Call 1.800.815.7126 to speak with a mental health professional. Available in Greater Sudbury, Chapleau, Espanola, and Manitoulin.
- Kids Help Phone is always there for you. No judgment, free confidential conversation with a person you can trust 24/7. Call 1.800.668.6868 or text CONNECT to 686868.
- Good2Talk provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario. Call 1.866.925.5454 or text GOOD2TALKON to 686868
- Black Youth Helpline connects you to professional services. An initial intake followed by professional assessment helps identify root causes of issues and challenges, and a support plan is developed. Call 1.833.294.8650.
- LGBTQ Youth line offers confidential and non-judgmental peer support through phone 1.800.268.9688 or text at 647.694.4275 from Sunday to Friday, 4 to 9:30 p.m.
- Trans Lifeline offers direct emotional support to trans people in crisis. All operators are transgender. The Canadian hotline number is 1.877.330.6366.
- Mindyourmind includes interactive tools and innovative resources to build capacity and resilience in youth.
- Talk 4 Healing is a culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages all across Ontario.
- Hope for Wellness Helpline offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.
This item was last modified on November 18, 2022