If you are in crisis and not able to visit or get in touch with one of the locations listed below, please contact the Interior Crisis Line Network (24 hours) at 1-888-353-2273 for immediate assistance. Trained Crisis Line Responders provide emotional support, crisis de-escalation and intervention 24/7 via phone, chat and text. You can also call for information on local services or if you just need someone to talk to.

Call 310-MHSU (6478) to connect with your local Mental Health & Substance Use centre

Crisis Response Teams help you with crisis intervention, including assessment and linkages to appropriate community and hospital resources when you are experiencing an acute mental health or substance use crisis.

Our specialized teams respond to the hospital (acute care and emergency departments) and community locations to provide you with urgent assessment, intervention and referral. Our services may involve collaborative approaches across a number of community services and may be based in the hospital or community. 

Resources

Crisis Response Resource List

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a referral required?

No

Does your service support those who live on reserve?

Yes

Can this service be offered virtually?

No

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