Find Support

The Tanner Steffler Foundation helps youth navigate mental health and addiction services in Huron-Perth.

To learn more about our services or refer a youth please call or text 519-604-4673 

We are not a crisis support line. If you are in an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department.

Get help navigating local mental health and addiction services

How it Works:

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1. Get matched with a social worker. Navigators are social workers highly trained in youth mental health and wellness and can provide confidential, ongoing support.

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2. Tell them your story – you only need to do it once. Rather than bouncing between various specialists and telling your story over and over again, your Navigator will, with permission, act as a liaison between you and the services you need.

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Explore options and get help. Your Navigator will share all available options for treatment and support that may be available.

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4. Follow up and continual service. Your Navigator will stay engaged for the long-term. If a service doesn’t work, we will help you find another one. If you need added support, we can help you build a plan. If you’re in recovery, we will inform you of support groups and opportunities that can help.

Are you a youth or family who could benefit from having help navigating local services? Call or Text us at 519-604-4673 We respond within 24 hours.

Get Support from Trained Peer Support Volunteers

Many individuals and families struggle with mental health or addiction issues – but you don’t have to do it alone! Our peer support program matches you with a safe, trained volunteer with lived experiences similar to yours. This peer connection can support you before, during, and/or after formal treatment, helping you to develop strategies, stay motivated, and feel understood.

Are you a youth or family who could benefit from peer support? Call us at 519-604-4673 or email and one of our helpful staff will reach out with more information.

Want to become a peer support volunteer? Click here to learn more about our family and youth programs.

Book a Presentation or Training Session

Reduce stigma, spread awareness, and gain life-saving skills with our presentations and training sessions. Tanner Steffler’s parents and their team of trained presenters visit Huron County classrooms, community organizations, and workplaces to present on a range of mental health and crisis support topics.

To book a presentation from TSF, please email

Download Mental Health and Addiction Education Resources

TSF is committed to providing information and resources to help our community understand and strengthen mental health supports. The below resources provide information on what is available in our area, as well as ways families and individuals can build and maintain strong mental wellness.