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Access mental health and addiction support

If you are experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge, you are not alone.

This guide will help you build a roadmap to recovery and access the community services you need.

If you are experiencing a crisis, call 911 or 705-759-3398 (hospital crisis line)

Select a service to get started.

You'll find a service description, contact information, and next steps to access the support you need.

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Psychiatry and addiction medicine

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Inpatient and ICU

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Withdrawal management

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Outpatient counselling

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Concurrent disorders

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Supportive residential

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Mobile harm reduction

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Medication assisted treatment

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Residential withdrawal management

Shipping options

Standard delivery (5-10 days) - Free
Expedited delivery (3-4 days) - $10
Express delivery (1-2 days) - $15

International shipping rates vary by country.

Select a service from the list below to get started.

You'll find a description of the service, contact information, and

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Additional resources

Connect with a 24/7 System Navigator on Connex Ontario

ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling by connecting them with services in their area. They are funded by the Government of Ontario.

Need a Doctor? HealthCare Connect

Register for Health Care Connect and a nurse will search for a doctor or nurse practitioner who is accepting new patients in your community.

Vulnerable Persons Registry

The Vulnerable Persons Registry (VPR) is a free, voluntary and confidential service that provides key information to emergency response teams about residents living at home who would be at greater risk during emergencies.

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