If you are in crisis, emotional distress, or at risk of suicide call 9-1-1, go to the local hospital emergency room, or call the mental health crisis line at 613-544-4229 or if you are a KHSC staff member, contact Homewood Human Solutions at 1-800-663-1142. Someone is there to help.


Addiction & Mental Health Services - KFL&A

Free Crisis and Support services 24/7 for people with mental illness, drug and/or alcohol addictions and/or problem gambling and their families.

385 Princess Street
Kingston, ON

  • Phone: 613-544-4229
  • Toll free: 1-800-267-7877
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70 Dundas Street East
Napanee, ON

  • Phone: 613-354-7388 
  • Toll free: 1-800-267-7877·

 Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada

Promote the prevention, treatment and management of anxiety disorders includes facts about types of anxiety disorders, treatment, and where to get help.

  • Phone: 514-484-0504
  • Toll Free: 1-888-223-2252
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 Bereaved Families of Ontario Kingston Region

 Support for those individuals who have lost a child, sibling, spouse, parent, other family member or friend through death.

 The Centre for Abuse & Trauma Therapy

Therapeutic counselling to victims of all forms of abuse and trauma.

234 Concession Street, Suite 200
Kingston, ON

Chronic Illness Self-Management of Southeastern Ontario

Self-management programs provide education and tools to help people live healthier and better manage the daily tasks of living with chronic conditions.

Chronic Pain Support Group of Kingston (CPSGK):

Offers the public a meeting on Zoom every 3rd Monday of the month from 2-4 pm EST with some breaks during the summer. Contact Christine for your link or ask to be put on our group member email list to receive the link monthly. See us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/chronicpainkingston) where we post useful links and tips or e-mail us at chronicpainkingston@gmail.com.  

Our goal is to empower sufferers and their loved ones to take charge of their lives with pain preferring an active versus a passive approach. We do not endorse any particular medicine or suggest any particular treatment for individuals but we do offer support and guidance towards dealing with the multifaceted nature of pain. A rich life with pain is possible! 

Our group, supported by the Chronic Pain Association of Canada, (chronicpaincanada.com) represents a great starting point for anyone on their journey with pain.

CPSGK has hosted a variety of speakers and pain experts such as local experts Dr. Ruth Dubin, Dr. Richard Henry, Dr. Dean Tripp and Dr. Gregory Murphy. We have also brought in experts from across Canada such as Dr. Jackie Gardiner-Nix, innovator and chronic pain mindfulness pioneer of the NeuroNovaCentre and Dr. Andrea Furlan of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute who both have a series of informative videos on YouTube.  Other experts offer advice, new techniques, treatments and approaches to dealing with pain and the many attendant issues.  Our presenters have been, pharmacists, tax experts, physiotherapists, chiropractors, meditation instructors, osteopathic manual practitioners as well as representatives from groups such as the Arthritis Society of Canada, the YMCA (which offers a Living with Chronic Pain Course) and the Self-Management Program of Southeastern Ontario of the 

Kingston Community Health Centres (which offers a wide variety of useful workshops). 

Detox Centre - Hotel Dieu Hospital Site Withdrawal Management Detox Centre

Offers services for those seeking to detoxify from alcohol and/or other drugs, supportive counselling and referrals to services in the community including self-help groups and ongoing treatment programs. Walk-ins available.

240 Brock Street
Kingston, ON

  • Phone: 613-549-6461 (Open 24hours, 7 days a week)
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Homewood Health- Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP) available to all KHSC employees

Comprehensive counselling and support on a full range of personal and family-related issues such as addictions, anger management, grief and bereavement, marital issues, special needs of children, and trauma.

  • Toll Free: 1-800-663-1142
  • For the hearing impaired (TTY): 1-888-384-1152
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Mood Disorders Society of Canada

Education and advocacy which includes information on stigma and finding help.

Ontario Mental Health Helpline

 Provides mental health counselling services and information on supports in your community.

Ontario Drug & Alcohol Helpline

Provides information on drug and alcohol addiction treatment services and supports in your community.

  • Toll free: 1-866-531-2600
  • Phone: 519-439-0174
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Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline

Provides information on problem gambling counselling services and supports in your community.

Options for Change Community Addictions Treatment Services

385 Princess Street
Kingston, ON

  • Phone: 613-544-1356 extension 4200
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 Resolve Counselling Services 

Offers support services such as family and youth counselling, women's counselling, adult protective services, family court support, credit counselling, and financial management support.

417 Bagot Street
Kingston, ON

Schizophrenia Society of Canada

Education and support programs to improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis.

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

Emergency, crisis, short-term and long-term supportive counselling, information, referral, and advocacy services and programs for survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence.

OR: Present to the KGH site Emergency Department and ask to speak with the on-call SA/DV Nurse.

  • Phone: 613-544-6424 (24 hour crisis and support line)
  • Toll Free: 1-877-544-6424
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Telephone Aid Line Kingston (TALK)

Can't sleep, need someone to talk to? TALK provides a free listening support service between the hours of 6:00PM to 2:00AM to members of the Kingston community.

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