No matter what stage you’re at on your journey towards employment, your mental health matters.
24 Hour Crisis Line English/French 514-388-9233
24/7 Crisis intervention line. English/French. 514-768-7225
24 Hour Crisis Line. English/French 514-723-4000 or 1-866-277-3553
Support Services and Counselling
Support services and individual counselling for women who are living in a situation of domestic violence. English and Spanish. 514-270-8291
Support services and individual counselling for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. 514-731-0833
Support services and individual counselling for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. 24/7 514- 481-0495
Support services and individual counselling for women who have experienced domestic violence. English and Arabic. 514-855-0330
Support services and individual counselling for those with a relative or friend suffering from mental illness. 514-486-1448
Counselling and treatment for those suffering from addictions. 514-738-7700
Peer to peer support. 514-934-4546
Support services and individual counselling for families and friends with a loved one affected by a mental illness. 514-636-6885
Mental Health Services for immigrants & refugees. 514-737-3604
Mental Health Services for Aboriginal Montrealers. 514-331-6587
Individual Mental Health Services for those who have suffered or witnessed organized act(s) of violence. 514-282-0661
Crisis Intervention Services for women and children exposed to conjugal or family violence. Services are offered in 13 different languages. 514-274-8117
24/7 Crisis Intervention. 514-684-6160
Black Mental Health Connections Montreal (BMHC MTL) is an alliance of organizations and individuals focused on the mental health and well-being of the English-speaking Black community in Montreal.
Supporting people living with anxiety, depression, or bipolarity, and their loved ones, so they can keep moving forward. 1 866 REVIVRE (738-4873)
Support group for those suffering from an eating disorder. 514 630-0907
Mental Health Services for Youth 12 to 25 years of age. 514-481-0277
Support groups for survivors of sexual assault. 514-398-8500
Individual treatment and intervention for addictions. 514-486-1304
Shelter for Aboriginal women and their children. 514-933-4688
Homeless Shelter. 514-523-5288
Individual and group support for LGBITQ migrants (asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants, and those with undetermined status). Contact by email only.
Peer support and advocacy. 514-848-2424 x7431
24/7 Confidential helpline. 514-866-0103
Support for LGBITQ youths 14 to 25 and the wider community. 514-989-0001
Services available in English, Spanish, and French for trans people. 514-847-0067 x207
For additional resources across Canada, please visit letstalk.bell.ca.
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This mental health initiative was made possible with support from: