peer support for those affected by depression & bipolar disorder
one-Link is a single point of access for referrals to 10 Addiction and Mental Health Service Providers funded by the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network.
For Halton-based inquiries, please call 905-338-2983 x 4897
For Mississauga and South Etobicoke inquiries, please call 416-521-4131
OTMH - Oakville-Traflagar Memorial Hospital
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
trained volunteers will listen, support and help you find your own solutions to your problems -any age, any problem, any time 7 days a week. If you are lonely, depressed, distressed, in crisis or just need someone to talk to
CMHA - Canadian Mental Health Assoc - Halton Region
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.
1001 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
Brain Sceinces: Mood & Anxiety Disorders
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
provides research-based, expert-written content from experienced professionals with respect to the strong relationship between substance abuse, addiction and mental health disorders
Canada's Mental Health Crisis