It’s okay not to feel okay. Many people may feel anxious or scared at this time. These are normal responses to unexpected or stressful situations. Disruption to daily routines and distance from family and friends is hard. Reach out to those you care about by phone or video chat, stay active at home, eat healthy meals and get plenty of rest.
If you need mental or emotional support, do not hesitate to reach out for help at no charge.
An online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues.
Addiction, Mental Health and Gambling Treatment Services.
Operated by professionals with Health Sciences North, Crisis Intervention Services works with individuals of all ages to provide brief counselling and referral to supportive programs or agencies.
24 hour hotline 705-675-4760
Visit 127 Cedar St, Sudbury. Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (no appointment necessary).
A national network of existing distress, crisis and suicide prevention line services.
Elder/Senior's Advocacy North
Providing telephone companionship to isolated seniors
If you would like to receive weekly friendly calls from one of United Way's trained volunteers, please contact: Charlene Legacy, Director of Labour and Community Services
Telephone: 705-560-3330 ext. 223 Email: email@example.com
Health Sciences North
All Health Sciences North Mental Health and Addictions services (MHA) remain open. We are meeting with clients through virtual or telephone appointments wherever possible. If this is not possible, we will continue to see you in person.
Monarch Recovery Services
Click the link to find out about the services offered during Stage 2 of COVID-19 reopening.
NISA continues to offer peer support by phone and video through Zoom, but our centre at 36 Elgin Street, Sudbury, remains closed.
Peer support available by calling 705-222-6472. Open Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Regional Warm Line available by calling toll-free 1-866-856-9276 between 6 p.m. and midnight.
Check out our latest newsletter for services and happenings at nisa.on.ca/2-column/news-and-events
Older Adult Peer Support
Phone: 705-222-6472 extension 342
Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free emotional mental health support offered by and for older adults 55+ struggling with loneliness, social isolation, grief and loss, stress, depression, anxiety, physical illness, memory problems, caregiver burnout, housing changes, etc.
Regional Warm Line
Hours: Daily 6 p.m. to midnight
Offers a listening ear and peer support to people all across northeastern Ontario who are experiencing any kind of emotional mental health challenges. No one needs a diagnosis to call, just a wish to connect with someone who understands. All calls are confidential.
Réseau ACCESS Network
2S-LGBTQ+ Seniors Program (55+)
The 2S-LGBTQ+ Seniors Program aims to support and empower those who identify as older adults (55+) within the 2S-LGBTQ+ community, to promote healthy relationships, and to increase access to health and social services.
The older adult’s social programs focus on creating inclusive social programs, activities or initiatives that offer a space where members can come together, find support and overcome isolation while accessing services that are available to and welcoming to 2S-LGBTQ+ older adults.
For more information please contact the Seniors’ Program Coordinator, Adrienne (She/Her) at 705-688-0500 ext.222 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW Coffee and Chats
Grab a hot drink and join us every Thursday from 10:00 am - 11:00 am for your morning!
Beginning August 6th, Coffee and Chats will be an informal virtual drop-in social group for those who identify as older adults (55+) within the 2S-LGBTQ+ community and their Allies.
How to join: Email Adrienne at email@example.com or call 705-688-0500, ext 222
Meetings will be held virtually through Zoom (phone, tablet, computer with microphone and/or camera needed). A link for the group will be provided upon registry.
Tips for mental health and additional online links to mental health resources.