"Kids Help Phone is available to all young people in Canada, no matter the situation, question or concern, online, by phone and, in a limited pilot service, by live chat on computers and smartphones," added Wood. "Kids turn to us because they know we don't ask for their name, we don't trace calls or IP addresses. They can say whatever is on their mind, we won't judge and we'll always help them find a solution that works for them."RBC Foundation's $1 million investment in Kids Help Phone is the largest gift ever by the Foundation in support of child and youth mental health in Canada. RBC Foundation's support represents an early, important contribution to the new funding necessary to build live chat counselling to a full national service, available free of charge to young people in distress anywhere in Canada. About Kids Help Phone Since 1989, Kids Help Phone has been Canada's leading online and phone counselling service for youth. It's free, it's anonymous and confidential, and it's available any time of the day or night, 365 days a year in English and in French. Professional counsellors support the mental health and well-being of young people, ages five to 20, by providing one-on-one counselling, information and resources. As a community-based national charity, Kids Help Phone receives no core government funding and relies on community and corporate support to fund its essential and vital service. Like us on Facebook.com/kidshelpphone | Follow us on Twitter @kidshelpphone | Watch us on YouTube.com/kidshelpphone About the RBC Children's Mental Health Parents Poll The RBC Children's Mental Health Parents Poll was completed online from July 19 to August 3, 2012 using Leger Marketing's online panel, LegerWeb, with a sample of 2,568 Canadian parents with at least one child under the age of 18. A probability sample of the same size would yield a margin of error of ±1.93 per cent, 19 times out of 20. Kids Help Phone commissioned a companion poll to the 2012 RBC Children's Mental Health Parents Poll asking 115 youth visiting the Kids Help Phone website, who they have or would speak to about their mental health concerns.