When there is a mental health crisis at hand, it can be stressful to quickly navigate through the multitude of resources available to you in the community. On this page, you will find a simple guide to some of the most important resources that may be helpful for you in a mental health crisis.
When a person appears to be suffering from a mental disorder, but is unwilling to obtain help, a mental health assessment may be necessary. There are options for people who want to get an assessment for someone who is refusing to have one voluntarily.
With one in five Canadians experiencing a mental health illness in their lifetimes, employers need to recognize warning signs in their employees and help them obtain early treatment. This helpful link with aid in the process of ensuring you have what you need in place.
Knowing where you can access a local emergency room when faced with a mental health crisis is key, and in some instances, can mean the difference between life & death.
There are instances where having access to a local courthouse at your fingertips is necessary. Here, we have compiled a list of courthouses that you will find in all geographic areas covered by the Mental Health Crisis Line.