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Mental Health Crisis Line
1 866 996-0991

Child, Youth and Family Crisis Line for Eastern Ontario
1 877 377-7775


If you are facing an emergency, call 911, go to your local hospital Emergency Room or call the 24-Hour Crisis Response Helpline 1 866-996-0991.

Get the Facts

Most people who attempt suicide are ambivalent about taking their own life, however circumstances make them feel that life is unbearable. Suicide seems like the only way to deal with their problems because they have an extreme sense of hopelessness, helplessness and depression.

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Getting Help

Everyone needs help sometimes. Whether it is to help with school, work, friends, mental health - that is what this site is about. We want to give you useful information about mental health, and where you can go if you want to talk to someone. You don't have to deal with your problems alone.

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How to Reach Out

Mental health problems are often overlooked because they are not always physically seen, and can be difficult to identify. By educating ourselves and others, we can learn that like any physical illness, mental illness it's not the fault of the person struggling and it's important that they receive the support they need.

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If you require this information in an alternate format, or to obtain a copy of our Accessible Client Services policy, call 1 800 267-7120 and press 0.