Fondation Jasmin Roy does not provide direct support to young people who have problems with bullying. Rather, the FJR supports qualified people who can help these young people, particularly in schools. Many organizations can also provide guidance, help and answer your questions.

Why do you need help?

If you are a young person and you are experienting a problem related to bullying, contact a Kids Help Phone professional counsellor.

All services are free, anonymous, confidential and available 24/7. You can now choose to contact us the way you prefer: by phone, on-line or by live chat through our new app available on our web site.

Kids Help Phone

1-800-668-6868

Tel-Jeunes offers free professional resources, 24h/day, 7 days a week, to children and youth aged 5 to 20, in Quebec. Confidentiality is guaranteed. They also provide animation in schools.

Tel-Jeunes

1-800-263-2266

Talking gender and sexual diversity.

Interligne

1 888 505-1010

If you are victim of cyber bullying.

If you have witnessed cyber bullying.

Cybertip.ca

1-866-658-9022

You have thoughts of suicide.

If you know someone who has thoughts of suicide.

If you know someone who is depressed and who is more and more isolated.

Centres régionaux de prévention du suicide

1-866-277-3553

If you have questions about your physical and/or mental health.

Health and social service centres

#811

Free and anonymous counseling service for parent-child-teens relationships provided by knowledgeable professionals well informed about relationship between parents and children in everyday life.

Éducation Coup de fil

1-866-329-4223

Frequently Asked Question

I am afraid of denouncing my aggressor(s). What should I do?

Talk to an adult you trust.

Lately, some kids at school have been bullying me. What can I do to stop this?

Ask to meet the adult in your school who responsible for bullying cases.

I have witnessed a situation of bullying. Should I report it?

Yes, you should report it to an adult who can intervene with the victim and the aggressor(s).

Say no to bullying your way

Useful links

  • Cyber-bullying (SPVM)
    Cyber-bullying information by the city of Montreal Police Department.
  • Anorexie et boulimie Québec (in French only)
    ANEB Quebec’s mission is to help people with eating disorders. To fulfil this mandate, a wide variety of bilingual services are offered.
  • GRIS - Mauricie/Centre-du-Québec (in French only)
  • GRIS - Montréal
  • GRIS - Québec (in French only)
    GRIS is a non-profit community organization whose mission is to foster a better knowledge of homosexual realities and to facilitate the integration of gays, lesbians and bisexuals in the society.
  • Bullying and Harrassment
    First Steps to Stop Bullying and Harassment: Adults helping youth aged 12 to 17. (Public Safety of Canada)
  • The Tolerance Foundation
    The Tolerance Foundation’s mission is to work with young people to promote respect for differences, in order to foster an environment free of discrimination and bullying.
  • Institut Pacifique (in French only)
    The Pacific Institute develops programs and services to prevent violence and psychosocial problems among youths at school and within communities.
  • ÉquiLibre (in French only)
    The International Centre for Human Rights Education is a non-profit organization organization that works for the advancement of equality, social justice and respect for human dignity in Canada and around the world through transformative human rights education programs. These programs help human rights activists and educators, governmental institutions, youths and children to acquire knowledge, skills and values required to build a human rights world culture.
  • Canadian Red Cross - RespectED programs
    Based on decades of experience in preventive education and on community security programs, the Canadian Red Cross has helped to break the cycle of abuse, harassment and interpersonal violence for over twenty years. The RespectED programs: Violence prevention aimed at promoting reassuring relationships and safe communities through educational programs and partnerships.
  • Cybertip.ca
    The Respect yourself site provides support and information services on risks related to pictures, videos and personal information disseminated on the Internet.
  • Centre de liaison sur l'intervention et la prévention psychosociales (CLIPP) (in French only)
    CLIPP’s mission is to foster a large usage of psychosocial research results by practices and communities in order to contribute to the development, the distribution and the implementation of best practices in the field of psychosocial intervention.
  • Outils de paix (in French only)
    Outils de paix is an initiative offered by over twenty organizations willing to develop peace skills in the Quebec society.

Why do you need help?

If your child is a victim of bullying.

If your child is a bully.

If your child is isolated or won’t confide in you anymore

If your child cries more often than before

If your child doesn’t want to go to school anymore or his/her grades are dropped significantly.

Ligne Parents

1-800-361-508

If you think your child is a victim of cyber bullying.

Cybertip.ca

1-866-658-9022

If you think your child has thoughts of suicide.

If you are concerned about your child being very isolated.

If your child cries often or seems constantly depressed.

Centres régionaux de prévention du suicide

1-866-277-3553

If you have questions about your child’s physical and/or mental health.

Health and social service centres

#811

Professional counselling service, free and anonymous, for parent-child-adolescent. Services provided by well-informed professionals on the education needs and realities of parents.

Éducation Coup de fil

1-866-329-4223

Frequently Asked Question

My child is a victim of bullying at school. What should I do?

First, we recommend that you talk to your child about it, then communicate with your child’s teacher.

What are some of the warning signs that would indicate that my child is experiencing bullying at school?

The warning signs of a child that is being bullied usually are: grades that are getting worse, lack of sleep, physical symptoms, etc.

Should I monitor my child’s conversations on social media?

Without reviewing your child’s entire communications in social media, it is important to be diligent and discuss the proper use of social media.

Useful links

  • Cyber-bullying (SPVM)
    Cyber-bullying information by the city of Montreal Police Department.
  • Anorexie et boulimie Québec (in French only)
    ANEB Quebec’s mission is to help people with eating disorders. To fulfil this mandate, a wide variety of bilingual services are offered.
  • GRIS - Mauricie/Centre-du-Québec (in French only)
  • GRIS - Montréal
  • GRIS - Québec (in French only)
    GRIS is a non-profit community organization whose mission is to foster a better knowledge of homosexual realities and to facilitate the integration of gays, lesbians and bisexuals in the society.
  • Bullying and Harrassment
    First Steps to Stop Bullying and Harassment: Adults helping youth aged 12 to 17. (Public Safety of Canada)
  • The Tolerance Foundation
    The Tolerance Foundation’s mission is to work with young people to promote respect for differences, in order to foster an environment free of discrimination and bullying.
  • Institut Pacifique (in French only)
    The Pacific Institute develops programs and services to prevent violence and psychosocial problems among youths at school and within communities.
  • ÉquiLibre (in French only)
    The International Centre for Human Rights Education is a non-profit organization organization that works for the advancement of equality, social justice and respect for human dignity in Canada and around the world through transformative human rights education programs. These programs help human rights activists and educators, governmental institutions, youths and children to acquire knowledge, skills and values required to build a human rights world culture.
  • Canadian Red Cross - RespectED programs
    Based on decades of experience in preventive education and on community security programs, the Canadian Red Cross has helped to break the cycle of abuse, harassment and interpersonal violence for over twenty years. The RespectED programs: Violence prevention aimed at promoting reassuring relationships and safe communities through educational programs and partnerships.
  • Cybertip.ca
    The Respect yourself site provides support and information services on risks related to pictures, videos and personal information disseminated on the Internet.
  • Centre de liaison sur l'intervention et la prévention psychosociales (CLIPP) (in French only)
    CLIPP’s mission is to foster a large usage of psychosocial research results by practices and communities in order to contribute to the development, the distribution and the implementation of best practices in the field of psychosocial intervention.
  • Outils de paix (in French only)
    Outils de paix is an initiative offered by over twenty organizations willing to develop peace skills in the Quebec society.