Mental Health & Well-Being


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Niagara Resources

CONTACT Niagara

CONTACT Niagara Identifies appropriate local resources for children experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties, and people of all ages with a developmental disability. 
(905) 684 3407
1 800 933 3617
23 Hannover Drive, St. Catharines
www.contactniagara.org        

Pathstone Mental Health 

Pathstone Mental Health provides various mental health services to meet specific needs of clients until their 18th birthday, and their families. 
(905) 688 6850
1 800 563 0122
After hours crisis care: 1 800 263 4944   
www.pathstonementalhealth.ca

COAST Niagara  

COAST is a crisis outreach and support team for people ages 16 years and up. The mobile team consists of one police officer and one mental health outreach worker.
1 800 263 4944

Canadian Mental Health Association
CMHA provides addictions and situational support. Locally, there are branches in St. Catharines and Niagara Falls.
905-641-5222 ext. 231
www.cmhaniagara.ca

Niagara Region Mental Health
The Region offers case management services for residents that focus on providing support to individuals with serious, ongoing mental health needs.
905-980-6000
1-800-263-7215
https://www.niagararegion.ca/living/health_wellness/mentalhealth/default.aspx

Family Counselling Centre Niagara
Counselling to individuals, couples, and families with problems contributing to marital or family difficulties. Ideally suited for teens seeking confidential counselling. Walk-in clinic provides single session therapy.
905-937-7731
1-888-937-7731 ext. 3345
www.fccniagara.on.ca

Community Addictions Services of Niagara
Counsellors provide ongoing support in a number of programs available to people struggling with their own substance use or gambling behavior. Referrals by appointment.
905-684-1183
www.cason.ca

Grimsby Life Centre
Free, confidential counselling to those in Grimbsy and the surrounding community.
905-309-0944
www.grimsbylife.org

Niagara Regional Native Centre
Serves First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and all Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island.
905-688-6484
www.nmc.ca

Provincial Resources

Mental Health Helpline 

The Mental Health Helpline offers 24-hour access to information about mental health services across the province.
1 866 531 2600
www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca          

National Resources

Kids Help Phone 24-hour Crisis Line 
The Kids Help Phone is a 24-hour bilingual telephone service providing counselling and information and referral services for kids experiencing a wide variety of problems and concerns.  
1 800 668 6868
www.kidshelpphone.ca

There is growing discussion about mental health in Ontario and the way we talk about it matters. This brand new video by the CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre explains the separate but interconnected concepts of mental health and mental illness, as well as what it means to ‘promote mental health’, in ourselves and in our communities.