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Central Intake - 310-OPEN (6736)
Central Intake 310-OPEN (6736) is a free, confidential service to get information, support and referral to all mental health and addictions services in Hastings & Prince Edward Counties in Ontario, Canada. Call 310-OPEN and be connected to someone with an open mind to help you when you need it. They are open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Kingston Area - 613-544-4229
Toll Free: 1-866-616-6005
Lennox & Addington - 613-354-7388
Toll Free: 1-800-267-7877
AMHS-KFLA is here for you. If you are in distress, or know someone who is, give them a call. Their crisis lines are staffed 24/7, 365 days a year by experienced professionals who can provide immediate support, advocacy and referrals to appropriate services due to mental health or addictions problems. Walk-ins are welcome weekdays at 552 Princess Street in Kingston and 70 Dundas Street East in Napanee. Crisis services are free, confidential and delivered in a respectful, non-judgmental manner by a multidisciplinary team of mental health and addiction specialists.
Kids Help Phone - 1-800-668-6868
Text CONNECT to 686868
Kids Help Phone is Canada's only national 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, text counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth. Their service is completely anonymous and confidential - they don't trace calls, they don't have call display. You don't even have to tell them your name if you don't want to.
Good2Talk Line - 1-866-925-5454
Good2Talk is a 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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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.
If you are in distress, or know someone who is, give us a call. Our crisis lines are staffed 24/7, 365 days a year by experienced professionals who can provide immediate support, advocacy and referrals to appropriate services as needed. Kingston & Frontenac 24 Hour Crisis Line: 613.544.4229 - Lennox & Addington 24 Hour Crisis Line: 613.354.7388 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 552 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1C7 Walk in services: Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm 70 Dundas St East, Napanee
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 (613-332-3826 -33 Flint Ave), Madoc (613-473-9914 -Tri Area Medical Centre, 52 St Lawrence St E), Trenton ( 613-394-1655 -27 King St), Picton (613-476-2990 -35 Bridge St)
Groups who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership.
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 18 - 65 years of age with long-term and serious mental health issues. The program assists clients to achieve personal goals, improve health and quality of life, and live as independently as possible in the community. Referrals to H.P.E.C. ACTT can be made through: -Central Intake - Crisis Intervention Centre, QHC Belleville General Hospital, Mental Health Services -Phone: 310-OPEN (6736)
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.
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
A consumer run Centre for those with addiction and/or mental health issues seeking peer support and activities in a safe and social environment. Services include some outreach to hospitals and the community; assistance reconnecting to the community and services; social and recreational opportunities; laundry; educational opportunities; resources and computer access. Visit our website at www.psseo.ca for a calendar list of events and activities for the Centre. Mon-Fri 10 am-3 pm * Sat 9 am-2 pm
**Currently no longer accepting new patients** Those seeking primary health care please contact Health Care Connect ( https://www.ontario.ca/page/find-family-doctor-or-nurse-practitioner#section-1 ) to be added to waitlist. 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.
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.
BounceBack®: Reclaim your health, is a free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage symptoms of depression and anxiety. Call the toll free number or visit their website for more information and to fill out the referral form. Can be referred by a doctor or by self. All BounceBack program materials and services are free for people living in Ontario who have a valid health card number
An outpatient and intensive residential eating disorder program created specifically to help begin the process of recovery from an eating disorder. The patients live and learn alongside their peers and maintain connection with family and education, while being medically treated and emotionally cared for.
Offers food programs: Thank God it's Friday (TGIF)- takeaway meals every Friday afternoon 2pm-4pm register by showing I.D. for the number of meals you are picking up. End-of-the-Month (EOTM)- Held on two days in the last week of each month – all year long. (See church website for schedule, or pick up when you’re at the church for TGIF) No registration is required. Inn from the Cold (IFTC)- Offered in winter months. Hot meal served 4:00pm-6:30pm
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
Community-based services for persons who have a mental illness or mental health concerns; anger management groups; wellness groups; supported employment; workshops for employers. Ages 16 yrs. and up. No fees. Offers a Transitional Housing Program that can help bridge the gap between homelessness and safe affordable housing. You must set up an intake appointment first. Call to make a referral.
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.
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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. Locations: Napanee (2 Dairy Ave, Unit 9) 613-354-0425 -Amherstview (20 Manitou Cres. West) 613-389-2820 ext 4713 -Campbellford (65 Bridge Street East) 705-632-0218 -Northbrook (12497A Highway 41, Unit 5) 613-336-9067
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.
Free confidential services to get information, support and referral to all mental health and addictions services in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. They provide a clear solution on who to call to access services available in HPEC. Receive immediate response from a professional 24/7, 365 days/yr. Crisis Phone: 613-969-7400 ext. 2753
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
Provides opioid substitution therapy (i.e. methodone and suboxone) to individuals suffering from Opioid dependence. Staff consists of physicians, nurses, and case managers. Staff also strive to empower clients to address their social needs by way of making referrals to appropriate adjunct community services. Info line for new patients: 1-877-937-2282
Provides a range of mental health counselling, support and residential services for children, youth under 18 and their families. Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm After hours consultation is available after 4:30 pm and on weekends by calling your local office and pressing option 2. ***After-Hours Crisis line available for youth up to age 16 yrs by calling the Toll Free Line - 1-844-462-2647*** WALK-IN CLINIC - Wednesdays @ 3 Applewood Dr, Belleville & Thursdays @ 30 King St., Suite 201, Trenton - Clinics run 12:00 - 6:00pm Satellite Offices: Bancroft (613-332-3807 - 8 Hastings Dr.), Madoc (613-473-1685 - 167 Durham St.), Trenton (613-392-4331 - 30 King St. Suite 201), Picton (613-476-8252 - 124 Main St. Suite 107)
Partner Assault Response Program (PAR program) A 12 week group education and counselling program on domestic violence and non-abusive ways of resolving conflict. For clients 18 years and older. Victims/partners of the client are provided with support including safety planning, referrals to community resources, and information on client’s progress. As deemed appropriate, alternative individual sessions can be provided at a cost of $20 per session in lieu of group programming. Call to schedule an intake/assessment meeting TDD/TTY: 613-967-9881 Toll Free: 1-877-811-5298
ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling. They can: provide contact info for services and supports to meet the caller's needs; listen, offer support and provide strategies to help meet your goals; provide basic education about gambling, drugs, alcohol and mental health problems. Anyone can call! Their helpline is answered 24/7, confidential and free: 1-866-531-2600 Also offers email and webchat
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
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
A full service agency providing a wide range of services and support for people with mental illness or addiction issues. 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE: Kingston & Frontenac 613.544.4229 Lennox & Addington 613.354.7388
9:00 - 12:00 - arrive by 11:30am for processing ◦emergency food hampers ◦daily Cafe ◦delivery 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
Good2Talk is a 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.
Services for youth from the government of Canada, outlining things such as job service, education, budgeting, staying healthy, etc.
*Not yet opened* Opening in 2018, Grace Inn will be a 21 bed emergency shelter for adults in downtown Belleville. Will offer semi-private bedrooms, lockers, access to shower and laundry facilities and opportunities for mentorship and community.
Public school board with elementary and secondary schools throughout Hastings and Prince Edward. In-school counsellors in secondary schools.
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
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.
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.
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. They work with residents that need temporary help with the cost of food, shelter, childcare, and related essential needs.
An Emergency Shelter and Second Stage Housing facility for women, children and youth experiencing violence. The Emergency Shelter has 25 beds and is open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. The shelter offers meals, accommodation, counselling, clothing, toiletries and safety. Crisis Line: 1 (800) 267-9445 or (613) 546-1777 TTY: (613) 546-4461
A globally alert community college offering a full range of programs, services and activities, with a substantial list of university transfer agreements.
Offers a wide range of counselling services to Loyalist students at no cost. Drop by the Student Success Hub. Counsellors are Master-level Social Workers registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and licensed to provide counselling and psychotherapy services in Ontario. They have a wealth of experience to help you define your goals, tap into your own strengths and build opportunities for positive change. They can also refer students to additional or specialized community resources when needed to support a student’s wellness. Drop by the Student Success Hub in the upper mezzanine above SAL or call to make an appointment
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. -Belleville (41 Octavia Street, Unit 6) 613-966-9210 -Kingston (1440 Princess Street) 613-544-3361 -Picton (97 Main Street, Unit #1) 613-476-9685
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.
Snacks from 9:00am - 12:00pm Monday - Friday
Good Minds Program - offers culturally appropriate counselling services, youth programming, circles (groups), grief recovery, ceremonies, elder support, addictions counselling, Child & Youth Wellness, and NNADAP prevention programming. Our goal is to build linkages and relationships with on and off Territory agencies to provide services of utmost quality.
A series of 12 weekly classes, to help family members understand and support their relative who has a serious mental health illness. Course is free but you do need to register. (at Addictions and Mental Health Services - Hasting Prince Edward Corp)
Provides support and services to people who are experiencing addiction and/or Mental Health issues and seeking Peer Support as a ways and means of managing and working toward being well. Monday to Friday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Hot Lunch for $1.00 - 12:00 pm Monday - Friday
Providing primary care, health education, preventative care, promoting healthy lifestyles; referral services. Services are open to the whole community by self referrals or referrals from independent doctors and FHT doctors.
Methadone Clinic and addiction counselling, to assist persons to overcome opiate dependency and improve their lives. Info line for new patients: 1-877-937-2282
Consumer run centre for those with addiction and/or mental health issues seeking peer support and activities in a safe and social environment * services include some outreach to hospitals and the community, assistance reconnecting to the community and services, social and recreational opportunities, laundry, educational opportunities, resources and computer access * for a calendar of events and activities visit the Centre's website Mon-Sat 10am-3pm
Rental housing for people with low to moderate incomes, or people with special needs who can live with support in the community
The 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. Call for appointment * medical referral by doctor affiliated with Prince Edward Family Health Team required for some services
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.
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.
Quinte Immigration Services will assist newcomers isolated by cultural and language barriers in the Quinte region through the process of orientation and settlement while encouraging public respect for the diversity of immigrants, the promotion and recognition of the value of racial and cultural differences and the facilitation of integration and participation of newcomers into the social, economic and cultural aspects of the community. Offers free events that provide helpful advice on a broad array of topics in the social, financial, and healthcare fields. Also offers interpretation services and employment assistance.
The Qxplore Group of Companies provides specialized clinical, organizational development, management and human resource services to individuals, families, communities, organizations, institutions and businesses.
Free Breakfast - every other Sunday 9:00 - 11:00 Call for more info
This is a free Lunch Program but donations are appreciated. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a good lunch and good fellowship. 11:30 am-1 pm Lunch Program 9 am-1 pm Food Bank Weekly - Mon-Thu
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
Nightly from November 15 to March 15 6:00 – 8:30 pm Doors open every night of the week for anyone to come for a free hot meal and fellowship. TV, movies and games are also available.
Provides mental health services including assessments, individual treatments and group therapy. Also offers residential/outpatient eating disorder treatment programs.
A confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental volunteer-based support service for all members of the Kingston community and surrounding area. Providing distress, crisis, befriending and information support. Volunteers provide support and a safe place to talk. Open everyday: 7pm - 3am
Provides therapeutic counselling to victims of all forms of abuse and trauma. The Centre charges an hourly fee. Sliding fee scale depending on income.
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 Application Inquiries contact: Telephone: 613-594-8333 Male Treatment Options – call Heather at ext. 2206 Female Treatment Options – call Sue at ext. 2205