Kids Help Phone Line
If you’re under 20 years of age, and just need to talk, call!
Brock High School
Canadian Mental Health Association Durham
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health or addiction, there is a new program available through CMHA Durham and the Pinewood Centre. If you are experiencing mental health issues, call 905-436-8760 and use extension 234 to speak to Zoey. If you are struggling with addictions contact Stephanie 905-985-4721 at the Pinewood Centre. The two organizations are available (by appointment) the first and third Thursday of every month at the Beaverton Town Hall.
CHIMO Youth and Family Services
Contact if you or someone you know needs help and has experienced or is experiencing the following: behaviour problems, anger problems, inability to get along * self-management skills, social skills, school problems * responsibility, problem solving * separation and loss, depression, anxiety * self-injuring, suicidal attempt or talk * sexual, physical and emotional abuse
227 Kent Street W., Lindsay
Crisis line 1-800-742-1890
705-324-3300 ext. 500
Community Care Durham
COPE Mental Health Program
If you are experiencing mental health, emotional or adjustment challenges contact:
1 Cameron St E, Cannington, ON
Distress Centre Durham
Community Contact Call Out Program, Suicide/Homicide Survivor support groups, Community Education workshops and Prideline
306 Brock St N, Whitby, ON
24 hour Help Line 1-800-452-0688
Drug & Alcohol Helpline
Providing information 24/7, confidential, free help on drug and alcohol addiction services in Ontario.
Durham Health Connection Line
605 Rossland Rd E, Whitby, ON
Health Connection Line 905-666-6241
Durham Mental Health Services
Free and confidential services for individuals and families who are living with mental health concerns
24-hour Toll Free Service 1-800-742-1890
Durham Region Social Services Department Family Services
Call intake to make an appointment. Individual, family and couple counselling services provided on a sliding scale fee based on income and ability to pay. Services available in Uxbridge, Beaverton, Sunderland and Cannington
605 Rossland Rd E, Whitby, ON
Durham Rape Crisis Centre
Free and confidential services for sexually assaulted women 16 years and up * individual and group counselling * police, legal and medical accompaniment * court advocacy * public education * volunteer opportunities and crisis line training
905-668-9200 (24 hour crisis line)
Durham Region’s Intimate-relationship Violence Empowerment Network (DRIVEN)
Victims of domestic violence/intimate relationship violence or abuse and their children Clinic open Monday 8:30 am-4:30 pm except statutory holidays, walk-in or call for appointment
1320 Airport Blvd, Oshawa, ON
Looking for something specific and not sure where to start? Check out Information Durham! They know Durham!
144 Old Kingston Rd, Unit 8, Ajax, ON
National Eating Disorders Information Centre
If you are suffering from an eating disorder, you can talk to someone who understands and can help!
Resources and education on issues of sexual orientation and gender identity
Office: 905-231-0533National Support- 1-888-530-6777, English ext. 224, Gender support ext. 226, French ext. 223
24-hour helpline for all your health questions! Completely confidential and you can have your questions answered by a registered nurse. You will be asked to describe your symptoms and answer questions to best assess the seriousness of the problem.