211 Ontario - Mental Health / Addictions Services
211Ontario.ca provides an extensive list of community and social services from across Ontario related to Mental Health / Addictions Services. In most communities in Ontario, you can dial 211 to access telephone-based informaton and referral services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 100 languages.
The following kinds of Mental Health / Addictions Services services can be found using 211Ontario:
Including substance abuse, smoking cessation and compulsive gambling.
Structured support groups for people struggling with addictions, as well as their families and friends.
Withdrawal and treatment programs for individuals experiencing alcoholism, drug addiction, compulsive gambling, eating disorders and food addiction.
Counselling, treatment and support for children with mental health concerns.
Community-based centres that provide counselling, therapy, treatment, medication and other services, on an outpatient basis.
Telephone response for emotional support, crisis intervention and suicide prevention.
Mental health counselling and treatment for older adults.
Emergency mobile crisis response and walk-in services for individuals experiencing a serious crisis.
Services for individuals involved with the criminal justice system who have a mental health background, including diversion programs.
Employment, education and training services that focus on the needs of consumers of mental health services. Services may include vocational assessment, training, support and job trials.
Programs assisting individuals with ongoing mental health concerns to obtain or maintain housing or shelter. May provide supportive services such as life skills training and counselling, or treatment-based living arrangements.
Facilities with long or short-term, inpatient or outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents, adults or older adults.
Mutual aid groups for individuals (and often families and friends) who share a common problem or concern, including emotional or mental health issues and disorders. For comprehensive information on self-help/mutual aid groups, contact Self-Help Resource Centre of Greater Toronto, www.selfhelp.on.ca.
Mental and emotional health resources and services focusing on youth, including mood and eating disorder programs.