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What Matters Most Is You Finding The Mental Health Help You Seek

For A Mental Health Emergency or Crisis...

If you or a loved one are experiencing an emergency, suicidality or are at imminent risk, please go to the emergency department of your nearest general hospital or CALL 911. 

Resources For Mental Health

CMHA Ottawa and the counties of Prescott Russell, Renfrew and Stormont
613-722-6914 (Dundas and Glengarry)
1-866-281-2911 (Leeds and Grenville district)
613-732-3675 ext. 8116 or 1-866-996-0991 (Pembroke Regional Hospital Mobile Crisis Team)

CMHA Youth Services Bureau 24/7 Crisis Line

613-260-2360 (Ottawa)
1-877-377-7775 (Toll-free)

CMHA Mental Health Crisis Line

2- Ottawa Distress Line    613-238-3311  

(24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year)

Offers emotional support and encouragement, crisis management and intervention, suicide risk assessment and prevention, community resource / referral information.

"People call for many different reasons. Whatever is affecting your day, your life, we are here to provide you with support and be there at any time of day or night."

Please note that the Ottawa Distress Line is not an emergency service. If you have an immediate life-threatening emergency, please dial 911.

3 - Ottawa 24/7 Crisis Line    613-722-6914

What is the Crisis Line?
The Crisis Line is the first point of public access to the world of mental health services for people who are experiencing serious mental health issues. This could include situational crisis, psychosis, severe depression, anxiety or suicidal behaviour.

Individuals, families or concerned friends may call the Crisis Line where our volunteer Crisis Line Responders will assess each situation, offer support and, if required, connect you with the appropriate Crisis Team in your area. 

4 - LGBTQ Mental Health Resources

A Number of Resources are Listed on the website
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