Teach resiliency is an online resource delivered to educators free-of-charge. Dealing with mental health in the classroom can feel isolating, frustrating, and overwhelming. Teach Resiliency offers an opportunity to access searchable and relevant evidence-based resources and strategies to support mental health at school. Also, Teach Resiliency allows teachers to work and connect with people in the know and gain practical tools to support their journey in the classroom. Teach Resiliency uses language that teachers use when describing behaviour and emotions to search for resources. Teachers often don’t have diagnostic labels for children or youth, but they do know what physical signs they see in the classroom. Therefore, using search terms like “stress” or “fatigue” can be more helpful than the name of a disorder or illness.