No matter what stage you’re at on your journey towards employment, your mental health matters.

Crisis Hotlines

Association Iris

24 Hour Crisis Line English/French 514-388-9233

Centre L’Autre Maison

24/7 Crisis intervention line. English/French. 514-768-7225

Suicide Action Montreal

24 Hour Crisis Line. English/French 514-723-4000 or 1-866-277-3553

Tracom

24/7 support Bilingual crisis centre. 514-483-3033

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7, national support service, offering professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French. 1-800-668-6868

Support Services and Counselling

Assistance aux femmes

Support services and individual counselling for women who are living in a situation of domestic violence. English and Spanish. 514-270-8291

Auberge Shalom

Support services and individual counselling for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. 514-731-0833

Auberge Transitions

Support services and individual counselling for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. 24/7 514- 481-0495

Amal Center for Women

Support services and individual counselling for women who have experienced domestic violence. English and Arabic. 514-855-0330

Ami Quebec

Support services and individual counselling for those with a relative or friend suffering from mental illness. 514-486-1448

Chabad Lifeline

Counselling and treatment for those suffering from addictions. 514-738-7700

Face a Face

Peer to peer support. 514-934-4546

Friends for Mental Health

Support services and individual counselling for families and friends with a loved one affected by a mental illness. 514-636-6885

Multi-Écoute

Mental Health Services for immigrants & refugees. 514-737-3604

Native Montreal

Mental Health Services for Aboriginal Montrealers. 514-331-6587

Rivo-Resilience

Individual Mental Health Services for those who have suffered or witnessed organized act(s) of violence. 514-282-0661

Shield of Athena

Crisis Intervention Services for women and children exposed to conjugal or family violence. Services are offered in 13 different languages. 514-274-8117

West Island Crisis Centre

24/7 Crisis Intervention. 514-684-6160

Black Mental Health Connections

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.

Relief: The Path of Mental Health

Supporting people living with anxiety, depression, or bipolarity, and their loved ones, so they can keep moving forward. 1 866 REVIVRE (738-4873)

Support Groups

ANEB Quebec

Support group for those suffering from an eating disorder. 514 630-0907

Head and Hands

Mental Health Services for Youth 12 to 25 years of age. 514-481-0277

Sexual Assault Resource Centre of the McGill Students’ Society (SACOMSS)

Support groups for survivors of sexual assault. 514-398-8500

Addictions Counselling

Foster Addiction Rehabilitation Centre (CRD Foster)

Individual treatment and intervention for addictions. 514-486-1304

Portage

Offers residential treatment for youth and adults. 514-939-0202

Shelters

Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal

Shelter for Aboriginal women and their children. 514-933-4688

Welcome Hall Mission

Homeless Shelter. 514-523-5288

Old Brewery Mission

24/7 Homeless Shelter. Men’s hotline 514 798-2244. Women’s hotline 514 526-6446

LGBTQIA+

AGIR Montreal

Individual and group support for LGBITQ migrants (asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants, and those with undetermined status). Contact by email only.

Centre for Gender Advocacy

Peer support and advocacy. 514-848-2424 x7431

Interligne

24/7 Confidential helpline. 514-866-0103

Project 10

Support for LGBITQ youths 14 to 25 and the wider community. 514-989-0001

Québec Trans Health Action / Action Santé Travesti(e)s et Transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTT(e)Q)

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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