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Good2Talk is a new, free, completely confidential and anonymous help line for colleges and universities in Ontario. Good2Talk is a partnership between Kids Help Phone, Connex Ontario Health Services Information, Ontario 211 and Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health.  It is available 24/7 in English and French.  Students can talk to a professional counsellor to receive immediate telephone counselling support and referral for face-to-face support in their school or local community.

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  • ACFOMI Employment Services

    Provides a wide range of services to job-seekers; resume preparation, access to a Resource Centre, job postings; access to computers. All services available in both French and English. Call or drop in for general information. No fees. Self-service info.

    • Barriefield Centre 760 Hwy. 15, R.R. #2 Kingston, ON K7L 5H9
    • 613-546-7863
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  • Addictions & Mental Health Services

    A full service agency providing support services for people with mental illness, drug or alcohol use and/or problem gambling and their families. Walk in services: Monday-Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm 385 Princess St, Kingston Walk in services: Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm 70 Dundas St East, Napanee

    • 385 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1B9
    • 613-544-1356
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  • Addictions and Mental Health Services - Hastings Prince Edward Corp

    Provides a range of mental health services including case management, housing and housing supports, supportive counselling, court diversion, recreation programs and supportive groups. Ages 16 yrs. and up. Must have a diagnosed mental illness. No fees. Call Central Intake to make a referral at 613-310-6736. Satellite offices: Bancroft, Madoc, Trenton, Picton

    • 3 Applewood Drive, 2nd Floor Belleville, ON K8P 4E3
    • 613-967-4734
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  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Groups providing support for individuals who desire to stop drinking.Open to all people who have a problem with alcohol. 1-888-961-2134

    • Throughout Hastings and Prince Edward County
    • 613-962-8700
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  • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team

    Community based program providing services to persons with serious and persistent mental illness who would otherwise rely heavily on inpatient and other support services. ACT Team services are intended for adults 16 years of age or older with long-term and serious mental health issues

    • 289 Pinnacle Street, Suite 201 Belleville, ON K8N 3B3
    • 613-962-0259
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  • Bancroft Family Health Team

    A team of doctors, nurse practitioners, psychologist, dietitian, and a social worker who offers a wide range of services. Also help with gov't paperwork for ODSP, etc. Community and group sessions are frequently offered by the SW. Must be a registered patient. All programs are free of charge.

    • 16 Billa St. (off Hwy 28) Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0
    • 613-332-1565
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  • Belleville & Quinte West Community Health Centre

    Primary health care, dental care; social workers offer individual, couple and family counselling services for persons coping with mental health issues. In Touch with Youth program for 13 to 24 year olds.Services are designed to support patients of the centre however, other community persons may seek counselling services. Trenton: 70 Murphy Street Phone: 613-965-0698

    • 161 Bridge Street West Belleville, ON K8P 1K2
    • 613-962-0000
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  • Belleville Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic

    Provides team approach with access to integrated health care from nurse practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacist, dietition and social worker. Serves all ages. No fees. Must have a valid Health Card.

    • 231 Front Street Belleville ON K8N 2Z4
    • 613-779-7304
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  • Belleville Transit

    Operates 7 days/wk, Mon-Sun. with 15 accessible coaches. Does not operate on statutory holidays. Monthly passes available. Fares and schedules available online, at main office or City Hall.

  • Bridge Cross

    Residential/outpatient eating disorder treatment programs

    • 72 Orchard Drive Belleville, ON K8P 2K7
    • 613-779-6304
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  • Bridge Street United Church

    Soup 4:30 Dinner 5:00 - 6:30 Every day in January and February

    • 60 Bridge Street East Belleville, ON K8N 1L7
    • 613-962-9178
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  • Brighton-Quinte West Family Health Team - Quinte West Medical Centre

    Team approach. In addition to physicians, offer a number of different health professionals including Social Workers who provide assessment, counselling and case management.Must be a patient of BQWFHT. Service available to patients of all ages. Brighton: 170 Main Street, Box 277 Brighton, ON, K0K 1H0 Phone: 613-475-1555

  • Canadian Mental Health Association - Hastings-Prince Edward Branch (CMHA)

    Community-based services for persons who have a mental illness or mental health concerns; anger management groups; wellness groups; hoarding support. Ages 16 yrs. and up. No fees.

    • 41 Octavia Street Belleville, ON K8N 1P3
    • 613-969-8874
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  • Canadian Mental Health Association - Kingston Branch

    Focuses on combating mental health problems and emotional disorders; offers info and resource services. Youth Alliance Program supports youth with mental health. All ages. Youth Alliance for youth 12 to 30 yrs.

    • 6 Ordnance Street Kingston, ON K7K 5T9
    • 613-549-7027
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  • Canadian Universities

    This website lists all Canadian Universities, as well as a search for all progams within those schools.

  • Career Edge

    Provides employment counselling, resume preparation, info on careers and local labour market, training opportunities, Youth Programs, and more. Call or drop in for general info. No fees. Self-service info and resources.

    • 81 Dundas Street West Trenton, ON K8V 3P4
    • 613-392-9157
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  • Career Edge

    Provides employment counselling, resume preparation, info on careers and local labour market, training opportunities, Youth Programs, and more. Call or drop in for general info. No fees. Self-service info and resources.

  • Centre Hastings Family Health Team

    A team of family physicians, nurse practitioners, reg. nurses, social workers, dietitians, who provide primary health care. Social work services include individual and family counselling for eating disorders, addiction and mental health issues. Walk-in Teen Clinicfor local high school students, do not have to be rostered. "Talk Solutions for Teens" program for students. A referral from a Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner is required. Madoc: Open Mon-Friday Marmora: Mon - Friday Gilmour: Tuesdays 1-4pm Walk-in Teen Clinic - Madoc Mon-Fri: 11:00am - 11:50am Marmora Medical Centre: 1 Madoc St. Marmora, ON Gilmour Medical Clinic: Tudor & Cashel Municipal Building, 371 Weslemkoon Lake Rd

    • 52 St. Lawrence St. E., Main Floor Madoc, ON K0K 2K0
    • 613-473-4134
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  • Change Health Care

    Provides opioid substitution therapy (i.e. methodone and suboxone) to individuals suffering from Opioid dependence. Staff consists of physicians, nurses, and case managers.All individuals suffering with opioid dependency. Mon-Fri: 8am to 4pm Sat & Sun: 10am to 12 noon

    • 266 Main St. (Rear Door) Picton, ON K0K 2T0
    • 613-476-3636
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  • Children’s Mental Health Service - H-PE

    Provides a range of mental health counselling, support and residential services for children, youth and their families. In-school counsellors as well. Satellite Offices: Bancroft, Madoc, Trenton, Picton *After-Hours Crisis line available for youth up to age 16 yrs by calling the Toll Free Line - 1-844-462-2647

    • 3 Applewood Drive Belleville, ON K8P 4E3
    • 613-966-3100
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  • Conflict Resolution Counselling Services

    Partner Assault Response Program (PAR program) 16 week specialized counselling/ educational programs; groups for men and women including domestic violence groups; healthy relationship groups, abuse prevention, and more. Ages 18 and over. TDD/TTY: 613-967-9881 Toll Free: 1-877-811-5298

    • 373 Front Street Belleville, ON K8N 2Z9
    • 613-967-5661
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  • Counselling Services of Belleville and District

    Multi-service, community-based agency; provides individual, couple and family counselling on a fee-for-service basis. Limited subsidization available. Referrals are accepted with consent. TDD/TTY Phone: 613-966-5338 Satellite offices: Bancroft, Madoc, Picton

    • 12 Moira Street East Belleville, ON K8P 2R9
    • 613-966-7413
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  • Dawn House Women’s Shelter

    Shelter for homeless women and their children who are seeking housing in Kingston. Open 24 hrs/day. Computer access. Referral to city resources. Women aged 16 years and over

    • 302 Victoria St., Kingston, ON K7L 3Z1
    • 613-545-1379
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  • Dual Diagnosis Consultation Outreach Team - Providence Care

    Provides assessment, consultation, recommendation, and time-limited treatment. The outreach team is an expert resource for primary care providers. Age 16 years and up, living in Southeastern Ontario.

    • Cornell Office Tower 234 Concession St., Suite 301 Kingston, ON K7K 6W6
    • 1-866-699-8544
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  • Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addictions Services

    A full service agency providing support services for people with mental illness, drug or alcohol use and/or problem gambling and

    • 385 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1B9
    • 613-544-1356
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  • Gleaners Food Bank

    9:00 - 12:00 - arrive by 11:30am for processing ◦emergency food hampers ◦daily Cafe ◦deliver can be made to clients on a referral basis ◦community resource information ◦operates the Tri-County Food Network Warehouse ◦organic garden for distribution through the food bank and provides seniors in affordable housing patio plants each spring

    • 25 Wallbridge Crescent Belleville, ON K8P 1Z3
    • 613-962-9043
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  • Government of Canada Services for Youth

    Services for youth from the government of Canada, outlining things such as job service, moving, taxes, driving, education, etc.

  • Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

    Public school board with elementary and secondary schools throughout Hastings and Prince Edward. In-school counsellors in secondary schools.

    • 156 Ann Street Belleville, ON K8N 1N9
    • 613-966-1170
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  • Hastings County - Housing Program Branch

    Provides safe, affordable housing to low income households in Hastings County.Ages 16 yrs and up. Apply at any Social Housing Provider or Ontario Works office. Trenton: 91 Creswell Drive Trenton, ON K8V 3P4 613-392-1387

    • 15 Victoria Ave., 2nd Floor Belleville, ON K8N 1Z5
    • 613-968-3465
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  • Hotel Dieu Hospital

    Full service hospital including a detoxification centre that is open 24/7 for short term, non-medical treatment for men and women who want to detoxify from alcohol and/or other drugs; who are waiting for intake into a treatment program, or who are in danger of a relapse.

    • 240 Brock Street Kingston, ON K7L 1S4
    • 613-549-6461
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  • Job Bank Career Tool

    Easy to use, web based search tool that provides detailed information about the benefits of working in various occupations and helps students determine the education and training they need to pursue to get quality jobs.

  • King Street United Church

    Lunch every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 11:30 - 12:30

  • Kingston Community & Family Services Dept. - Ontario Works

    The City offers services for families and individuals with specific needs to support their efforts to fully participate in – and contribute to – our vibrant community.

    • 362 Montreal St. Kingston, ON K7K 3H5
    • 613-546-2695
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  • Loyalist College

    Student Success Services offers Mind and Wellness Services, and Counselling Services for students at the College. Available to all students at the College. Drop by the Student Success Hub.

    • Wallbridge Loyalist Road P.O. Box 4200 Belleville, ON K8N 5B9
    • 613-969-1913 x 2519
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  • Loyalist College

    A globally alert community college offering a full range of programs, services and activities, with a substantial list of university transfer agreements.

    • 376 Wallbridge Loyalist Road Belleville, ON K8N 4Z2
    • 613-969-1913
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  • Loyola School of Adult and Continuing Education

    Community adult school offering an alternative education setting; secondary school credit courses, school-to-work transition programs, co-op, computer upgrading. Ages 18 years and up, or 16+ with an adult. Call for an appointment. Admission fees.

    • 41 Octavia Street Belleville, ON K7M 3E5
    • 613-966-9201
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  • Loyola School of Adult and Continuing Education

    Community adult school offering an alternative education setting; secondary school credit courses, school-to-work transition programs, co-op, computer upgrading. Ages 18 years and up, or 16+ with an adult. Call for an appointment. Admission fees.

    • 206 6B Main Street Picton, ON K0K 2T0
    • 613-476-9685
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  • Loyola School of Adult and Continuing Education

    Community adult school offering an alternative education setting; secondary school credit courses, school-to-work transition programs, co-op, computer upgrading. Ages 18 years and up, or 16+ with an adult. Call for an appointment. Admission fees.

    • 91 Creswell Drive, Suite 300 Trenton, ON K8V 3G5
    • 613-965-5840
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  • Mental Health Services - Quinte Health Care

    Provides a continuum of mental health services from crisis intervention, acute inpatient admissions, day hospital community and outpatient clinic support. Some community outreach available. Call for information on making a referral and ask for the Mental Health Services.

    • Belleville General Hospital 265 Dundas St. East Belleville, ON K8N 5A9
    • 613-969-7400
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  • Mental Health Support Network

    Lunch 10:00 - 3:00 Monday - Friday Lunch 9:00 - 3:00 Saturday Please order before 11:00 $1.00

    • 350 Front Street, Unit C2 Belleville, ON K8N 5M5
    • 613-969-1772
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  • Michelangelo’s Cafe

    Snacks from 9:00 - 12:00 Monday - Friday

    • 25 Wallbridge Crescent Belleville, ON K8P 1Z3
    • 613-962-9043
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  • Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

    Good Minds Program - a culturally appropriate Children's Mental Health program providing a range of counselling and support services. Children and youth up to the age of 18 with mental health and addictions issues.

    • Community Wellbeing Centre 50 Meadow Drive Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory K0K 1X0
    • 613-967-0122
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  • NAMI Family-to-Family Program

    A series of 12 weekly classes, to help family members understand and support their relative who has a serious mental health illness. Ages 16 years and up, plus family member for a person with a serious mental illness. No fees. (at Addictions and Mental Health Services - Hasting Prince Edward Corp)

    • 3 Applewood Drive, 2nd Floor Belleville, ON K8P 4E3
    • 613-967-9734
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  • New Beginnings Support Centre

    Lunch 12:00 $1.00 Monday - Friday

    • 75 Dundas Street West Trenton, ON K8V 6S3
    • 613-394-3449
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  • North Hastings Family Health Team

    Providing primary care, health educa-tion, preventative care, promoting healthy lifestyles; referral services. Social worker provides counselling and patient advocacy, individual and group sessions. Psychiatric consultation available.Services are open to the whole community by self referrals or referrals from independent doctors and FHT doctors.

  • Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre

    Methadone Clinic and addiction counselling, to assist persons to overcome opiate dependence and improve their lives.

    • 257 Front St., Belleville, ON K8N 2Z6
    • 613-969-7862
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  • Open Line Open Mind

    Confidential services to get information, support and referral to all mental health and addictions services in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Available to residents of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties for ages 16 years and up. No fees. Crisis Phone: 613-969-7400

    • 265 Dundas Street East, WCA 4 Belleville, ON K8N 5A9
    • 613-310-OPEN (6736)
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  • Prince Edward - Lennox & Addington Social Services

    Rental housing for people with low to moderate incomes, or people with special needs who can live with support in the community. 13 Market Square, Napanee, ON 613-354-5695 (1-866-806-9680)

    • 206 Main Street, The Armoury Picton, ON K0K 2T0
    • 613-354-3364 x510 (1-866-716-7991)
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  • Prince Edward Family Health Team

    Mental Health team works closely with patients to address mental health needs in a safe and supportive environment. Family & Youth Outreach Nurse provides info and support to young moms; sexual health information for youth. Adult Psych on site twice/week; Child & Adolescent Psych on site once/month.Must be a rostered patient of the FHT to access services. Clinics: Wellington 613-399-1281 and Rossmore 613-967-8000

  • Quinte Access Transportation

    Transportation services for persons with disabilities and seniors. Door-to-door service. Serve Brighton to Belleville, and Prince Edward County. Persons with disabilities or seniors over 55 yrs. Fares based on pickup and dropoff points. Book 24 hours in advance.

  • Qxplore Group

    The Qxplore Group offers a wide range of services to communities, organizations, businesses, and individuals.

    • 208 John Street, Belleville, ON K8N 3G1
    • 613-966-4262
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  • Royal Canadian Legion

    Breakfast - every other Sunday 9:00 - 11:00

  • Salvation Army

    Lunch 11:30 - 1:00 Monday - Thursday Food Bank 9:00 - 1:00 Monday - Thursday

    • 244 Dundas Street East Trenton, ON K8V 1L9
    • 613-392-9905
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  • Salvation Army Family Thrift Store

    Monday – Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Friday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm No Tax Ever! ◾Brand name items at Thrift store prices ◾Large item pick up by appointment ◾Donations accepted during hours of operations. We reserve the right to refuse donations of unsaleable goods ◾Proceeds of Thrift Store sales support the social service programs of The Salvation Army Community and Family Services ◾Volunteers always needed

    • 161 Bridge Street West Belleville, ON K8N 1K2
    • 613-968-7776
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  • Salvation Army Warm Room

    Lunch 11:30 - 12:45 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Dinner 6:00 - 8:30 Every day November - March

    • 295 Pinnacle Street Belleville, ON K8N 3B3
    • 613-968-6834
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  • TALK - Telephone Aid Line Kingston

    A crisis, distress, befriending and info line; confidential, free service staffed by volunteers. No restrictions.

  • The Centre for Abuse & Trauma Therapy Inc.

    Provides therapeutic counselling to victims of all forms of abuse and trauma. The Centre charges an hrly fee. Sliding fee scale depending on income.

    • 234 Concession St., Suite 200 Kingston, ON K7KL 6W6
    • 613-507-2288
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  • The Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre

    Eastern Ontario's only non-profit, residential and community-based agency dedicated to helping youth overcome substance abuse issues and other related challenges to achieve a healthier lifestyle. Youth ages 13 to 21 years

    • 786 Bronson Avenue Ottawa, ON K1S 4G4
    • 613-594-8333
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