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Access the care you need

Services are available in Algoma District that can help, wherever you may be in your journey.


If you're experiencing an emergency, call 911.

I am experiencing a mental health crisis.

for hospital crisis services or call/text 9-8-8


I am a youth or young adult and I need crisis support.


or text ‘connect’ to 686868 | visit Kids Help Phone

I need medical care for a concern that is not life- or limb-threatening.


I am looking for local mental health services.


or call 1-866-531-2600 | visit ConnexOntario

I need confidential health advice from a registered nurse and/or help finding a family doctor.


or visit Health811

I need local home care and/or

community support services.


or visit North East Support to explore services

I am looking for Indigenous-focused services.


I need information on social and community services.


I am a caregiver looking for support.


Tips for accessing care

Get organized

  • Write down symptoms, medications, and questions you have.

  • Have your health card, insurance, and any relevant medical documents ready.

  • Note: many services do not require a health card — reach out even if you don’t have one.

Find the right space

  • Move to a safe and quiet location.

  • Consider having a support person with you.

  • Note: if you’re not comfortable speaking over the phone, ask if virtual or in-person options are available.

Allow time

  • You may have to wait to access the services you need. You may be provided with other options to explore while you are waiting.

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