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Well-Being Resources

​​​​​​​​​KFLA Mental Health & Addiction Agencies

  • Maltby Centre – Mental ​Health & Autism Services for Children & Youth has suspended face-to-face services for three weeks beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. However, they are still here and are committed to providing the best service that we can during this time via telephone or video link. ​ Phone: 613-546-8535 | After-hours phone: 613-544-4229 | Maltby Centre Contacts

  • AMHS – KFLA – Addictions & Mental Health Services for older Youth​ and Adults
    ​Offices are closed to the public aside from booked appointments providing essential services.  Clients arriving for these scheduled appointments will be screened. No walk-ins and no support groups until further notice.  All clients can access staff by telephone. Appointments for Addictions, Counselling and Treatment, Case Management, and Justice Services are provided remotely by phone, or OTN to support social distancing. The Crisis Lines, Residential programs and ACTT services continue as usual. Reception phone is available during business hours. Referrals are still being accepted and will be done over the phone.​  Phone:  613-544-1356 (Kingston  & area) or 613-354-7421 (Napanee & area). Email: info@amhs-kfla.ca 

  • Resolve Counselling Services is postponing all clinics and groups, and will offer phone counselling to all its clients until April 6, 2020, and will re-assess at this time.  ​​Phone: 613-549-7850 

  • Youth Diversion (Including Kairos Counselling Service-Addictions)
    The Youth Diversion office is physically closed. Youth Diversion will continue to support clients through platforms such as texting, Facebook, Skype/Zoom, email and telephone. Face-to-face contact can be offered in cases of crisis. Mentoring Program will run primarily using social media platforms for contact. The following services are not operating until further notice: SNAP and Rebound. Our main office continues to be answered and is accepting new referrals.​​ Phone: ​613-548-4535 | Email: info@youthdiversion.org


HPE Ment​​al Health & Addiction Agencies

  • AMHS – HPE– Addictions & Mental Health Services for Adults  
    AMHS-HPE's physical office locations remain closed, they continues to offer services remotely via telephone or videoconferencing to clients currently within caseloads. AMHS-HPE has expanded services to include a new Addictions and Mental Health Pandemic Helpline for residents of HPE who are experiencing difficulties coping with their mental health or substance use issues as a result of the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic. A caller will be connected to a receptionist who will then connect the caller to an Addictions Counsellor or Mental Health Worker, with the objective of having the individual connected with a worker in the same day. This helpline is open from 9am-6pm, 7 days a week, including holidays.  Phone: 310-OPEN (6736) for central intake or call 613-867-4734 to reach their main office. |  HPE Addictions and Mental Health Services

Need to Talk? 

Kids Help Phone is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

The Kids Help Phone offers 24/7/365 phone and online support. 
Call 1.800.668.6868text CONNECT to 686868or visit www.kidshelpphone.ca. 

Please Note: You may experience difficulty connecting with Kids Help Phone service right now. If your call is dropped, please text CONNECT to 686868 to reach one of the trained volunteers at our confidential texting service. 

Call your healthcare provider if stress gets in the way of your daily activities for several days in a row. 

What Can You Do to Feel Better?  

​If you're feeling nervous about COVID-19, you're not alone. Being concerned and empathetic about this outbreak is normal. However, you may experience feelings of discomfort, impacting concentration, productivity and even disrupting sleep patterns (Morneau Shepell: Tips protecting yourself and Others covid-19) 

Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children.  

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations.  How you respond can depend on your life experience, your background, the things that make you different from other people, and the community you live in. 

Taking care of yourself, your friends, and your family can help you cope with stress. Helping others cope with their stress can also make your community stronger. 

Stick to facts as communicated by credible sources such as Public Health Agencies or medical professionals. Not all articles and information online are accurate and unfortunately social media can spread misinformation.  

Things you can do to support yourself: 

  • ​Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
  • Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or try Christian meditation. 
  • Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep, and avoid alcohol and other substances. 
  • ​Make time to unwind - Try to do some other activities you enjoy.​
  • Connect with others - Talk with people you trust about how you are feeling.​

If you're concerned and want to learn more, sites that include accurate information include: 

Additional Resources:

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