peer support for those affected by mental health conditions and 

their friends and families


Bipolar Caregivers

a guide for caregivers of people with bipolar disorder   pdf format


OTMH - Oakville-Traflagar Memorial Hospital

Mental Health Services


a comprehensive range of inpatient, ouytpatient & outreach services to adults, as well as, inpatient services to children & adolescents. For most services, you must reside in Oakville, Milton, Georgetown or Clarkson and be referred by your family physician or psychiatrist. Although services are Oakville-based, guidelines are in place for the safe and timely transfer of medically stable patients from the Milton or Georgetown hospitals. 905-338-4630


Oakville Distress Centre

supports people in our community to better cope with crisis, lonliness and emotional stress. We listen, we empathize and we're non-judgemental. We can help you to brainstorm ideas or just chat.  905 849-4541


One-Link: Connecting you to addictions and mental health services


Regular hours of operation

. Monday through Thursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

. Friday & Saturday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm


Please contact us at 905-338-4123 or

toll-free at 1-844-216-7411 if you have questions about a referral or local resources.


CMHA Halton Region Branch - Halton Region BranchCMHA - Canadian Mental Health Assoc - Halton Region

COAST Crisis Outreach & Support Team Program

provides 24/7 telephone support and mobile intervention to persons who are in crisis and have a mental health concern. Mental health professionals and specially trained, plain-clothed police officers assess and assist individuals. COAST supports people to remain safely in their own environment and connect with ongoing care.  1-877-825-9011


Centre for Addiction & Mental Health

1001 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1H4

416 596-7775


referral form

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre homepageSunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Brain Sceinces: Mood & Anxiety Disorders


Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

formerly known as NARSAD, a private, not-for-profit public charity. It is the largest donor-supported organization that supports research on the brain and behavior disorders


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