If your situation is urgent, and you need immediate help,
please visit your nearest Crisis service, your local Emergency Department, or dial 911.
Algoma Family Services
Maamwesying North Shore Community Health Services
If you need immediate help, the Sault Area Hospital has a 24/7 telephone support service available to individuals of all age groups. By calling 705-759-3398 (Toll-Free: 1-800-721-0077), you can obtain safe, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive care during a crisis. You can also call Crisis Help by Health Sciences North at 705-675-4760 (Toll Free: 1-877-841-1101) at any time and on any day. Plus, Hope for Wellness Helpline is available 24/7 to all Indigenous people across Canada. Whether you prefer to talk to someone on the phone by dialing 1-855-242-3310) or online by visiting hopeforwellness.ca, Hope for Wellness is here to support you anytime.
Timmins and District Hospital
The Crisis Team is a 24 hour, 7 days/week service available to individuals who may be experiencing a mental health crisis. The Crisis Team assesses individuals presenting to the Timmins and District Hospital's Emergency Department seeking assistance, and can assist with connecting individuals with services that may meet their needs. The Timmins and District Hospital also has a 24 hour, 7 days/week crisis line service that individuals can access by calling 705-264-3003 or 1-888-340-3003.
Hearst Kapuskasing Smooth Rock Falls Counselling Services
If you need immediate assistance, you can call us at 705-335-8468 during office hours. Our Crisis Intervention team is available after office hours until 11:00pm from Monday to Friday and over the weekend from 9:00am to 11:00pm. The Timmins and District Hospital also has a 24 hour, 7 days/week crisis line service that individuals from the region can access by calling 1-888-340-3003. Thinking of suicide? You can also call 1-833-456-4566 toll free, or visit talksuicide.ca.
Weeneebayko Area Health Authority
If you need immediate help, please visit your local Emergency Department or nursing station, or dial 911.
Community Counselling Centre of Nipissing
The North Bay Regional Health Centre provides immediate crisis intervention services, a 24-hour crisis hotline, in-person outreach services, and access to safe beds for those in a mental healtcrisesis. You can access the North Bay Regional Health Centre in person at 140 king street West, North Bay or call 705-495-8148 or toll-free at 1-800-352-1141.
Canadian Mental Health Association
CMHA-CT branch locations in Kirkland Lake and New Liskeard offer a WALK-IN / CALL-IN Mental Health and Addiction service from Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm. No appointment or referral necessary. Simply walk-in or call-in and speak to an Addiction and Mental Health Worker immediately.
Health Sciences North
Health Sciences North’s Crisis Intervention Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 705-675-4760 (Toll Free: 1-877-841-1101). You can also visit in-person at 127 Cedar St. from 8:30 am - 10:00 pm, 7 days a week.
Please visit crisishelp.ca for more information. If you live outside of the Sudbury region, please visit your nearest Crisis service, your local Emergency Department, or dial 911.
Part of the Northeastern Ontario Structured Psychotherapy Program through Health Sciences North.
The expansion of OSP will help to close critical gaps in services, providing care closer to home that previously was not available to patients. HSN has partnered with agencies across the region to increase access to this program and is committed to expanding access to structured psychotherapy across Northeastern Ontario.
This will include working with Indigenous partners as well as priority populations to ensure that we address the specific health concerns and health equity gaps effecting their every day lives.