Resources

24-7 Crisis Support Peel-Dufferin

24/7 crisis support, information, referral and assessment for addictions and mental health services (18+)

Aboriginal Health Access Centres

Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs) are Aboriginal community-led, primary health care organizations. They provide a combination of traditional healing, primary care, cultural programs, health promotion programs, community development initiatives, and social support services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities. There are currently ten AHACs in Ontario, providing services both on and off-reserve, in urban, rural and northern locations.

Beendigen’s Talk4Healing Helpline

Beendigen’s Talk4Healing Helpline offers help, support, and resources 24/7 through talk, text, and chat

Bethell Hospice

Bethell Hospice provides compassionate, respectful care to enhance the quality of life for individuals facing a life-limiting illness and their families.

Caledon/Dufferin Victim Services

Supports victims of crime, abuse, and tragedy – enabling the continuum of recovery through rapid response, informed referrals and community partnerships.

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

CMHA Peel Dufferin champions good mental health for everyone and supports the full participation of those with mental illness and addictions in the life of the community.

Choices Youth Shelter

Our mission is to be a safe and supportive resource within Dufferin County that offers homeless youth, 16 to 24 years of age, an alternative to living on the street and supports their transition to a more productive and brighter future.

ConnexOntario Mental Health, Addiction and Problem Gambling Services

Provides 24/7 access to information for mental health & addictions services.

Dufferin Area Family Health Team (DAFHT) Mental Health Services

Our team of Mental Health Therapists support patients in enhancing their coping abilities, increasing problem-solving skills, and improving daily functioning.

Dufferin Child & Family Services

24/7 crisis support for children, youth and families seeking mental health support, parenting support and child safety/wellbeing

Family Transition Place (FTP)

24/7 support/information line, mobile crisis response, counselling, legal and housing support for individuals (16+) who have experienced abuse, sexual violence, homelessness and addiction.

Headwaters Health Care Center

Access through the Emergency Department

Home & Community Care Support Services

Home and Community Care Support Services organizations coordinate in-home and community-based care for thousands of patients across the province every day.

Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs) are Aboriginal community-led, primary health care organizations. They provide a combination of traditional healing, primary care, cultural programs, health promotion programs, community development initiatives, and social support services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities. There are currently ten AHACs in Ontario, providing services both on and off-reserve, in urban, rural and northern locations. Click to view website

Beendigen’s Talk4Healing Helpline offers help, support, and resources 24/7 through talk, text, and chat. Click to view website.

Mental health counselling and crisis intervention for all Indigenous people. Available 24/7 in several languages by phone or online. Click to view website.

Aims to prevent and disrupt the cycle of violence in Métis families through supportive, preventative, and educational activities for children and youth ages 0 – 18 and their families. Click to view website.

The Indigenous Network Peel Friendship Center offers programs and services such as: Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living, Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin and Aboriginal Criminal Courtwork program. Located in Mississauga. Click to view website. 

White Owl Native Ancestry Association offers individual, couple and Family counselling, naming ceremonies, traditional healing ceremonies, cultural training and teachings, outreach programs to connect families to services. Based in Kitchener. Click to view website. 

24/7 crisis support, information, referral and assessment for addictions and mental health services (18+). Phone: 24/7 Crisis Line: 905-278-9036 OR 1-888-811-2222. Click to view website.

Bethell Hospice offers grief and bereavement services. Phone: 905-838-3534. Click to view website.

Supports victims of crime, abuse, and tragedy – enabling the continuum of recovery through rapid response, informed referrals and community partnerships. Phone: 905-951-3838. Click to view website. 

CMHA Peel-Dufferin offers services for people with mental illness and addictions, and educates Canadians about mental health issues. Phone 24/7 Crisis Line: 905-278-9036 or 1-888-811-2222. Click to view website

Choices Youth Shelter provides emergency housing and support to youth 16 – 24 yrs. Phone: 226-917-4017. Click to view website.

ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness or gambling by connecting them with services in their area. Phone: 1-800-565-8603. Click to view website.

DAFHT supports patients in enhancing their coping abilities, increasing problem-solving skills, and improving daily functioning. Phone: 519-938-8802. Click to view website. 

24/7 crisis support for children, youth and families seeking mental health support, parenting support and child safety/wellbeing. Phone: 519-941-1530. Click to view website.

24/7 support/information line, mobile crisis response, counselling, legal and housing support for individuals (16+) who have experienced abuse, sexual violence, homelessness and addiction. Phone: 519-941-HELP (4357)Click to view website.

Access support through the Emergency Department.

 

Home and Community Care Support Services organizations coordinate in-home and community-based care. Phone: 310-2222 or 1-888-733-1177. Click to view website.

Hospice Dufferin offers grief and bereavement services. Phone 519-942-3313. Click to view website.

Kids Help Phone’s e-mental health services are available 24/7 across Canada. Phone: 1-800-668-6868. Click to view website.

The Orangeville Food Bank provides food assistance to those in need, as well as education and advocacy for solutions to end poverty. Phone: 519-942-0638. Click to view website.

The Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic (RAAM Clinic) provides low-barrier immediate access and care for substance use management. The clinic is accessible without appointments or medical referrals. The RAAM Clinic staff will share with you all possible substance use management strategies including medications and psychosocial interventions to ensure a holistic approach. Phone: 1-877-451-2123. Click to view website.

SHIP supports Individuals (16+) requiring access, assessment and referral to supportive housing and mental health services. Specialized services include intensive case management, early psychosis intervention, housing stability and mental health & justice. Program Intake: 1-519-307-8700 1-855-795-8742. Click to view website.