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Accessing Supports & Services

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CAMH offers a wide range of services in the areas of mental health and addictions. The sections listed under Finding Help on the CAMH web site provide information on each service offered as well as contact information. For general information on addiction and mental health issues call 416-595-6111 or toll-free at 1-800-463-6273.

Find other agencies that provide treatment and support to those seeking information on:


  • mental health
  • addictions
  • hospitals that offer services in French
  • information and crisis lines
  • telemedicine and telepsychiatry services
  • food banks
  • useful websites that will link you to other addiction and mental health services in the province.



Health Services in Ontario


The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care provides information on hospitals, community care access centres, community health centres, public laboratories, senior's care etc on its website under Health Services in your Community.


Databases for finding treatment and support


Doctor Search in Ontario

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario lists information about all family doctors and specialists, including practice addresses, telephone numbers and qualifications. You may select French as the language of practice.


Mental Health Service Information Ontario

MHSIO provides you with information about mental health services and supports in your community and across Ontario.

Tel. 1-866-531-2600

Free. Confidential. Anonymous. Available 24 hours.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Infoline (DART)

DART can provide you with information about drug and alcohol treatment services in Ontario.

Tel. 1-800-565-8603

Free. Confidential. Anonymous. Available 24 hours.

The Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline (OPGH)

The OPGH can provide you with information about problem gambling treatment services in Ontario.

Tel. 1-888-230-3505

Free. Confidential. Anonymous. Available 24 hours.



Le Réseau francophone de santé du Nord de l’Ontario has launched the new website www.trousseacces.ca in the North-East and in the North-West. The main goal of the website is to help patients plan out of town trips for medical services. Trousseaccès.ca is designed to help reduce the stress associated with travel for the patient and their family, who are often required to travel long distances to reach medical services in cities that are often unknown to them. In addition, language barriers often increase the stress of travel for many, and this new site provides information on services that are available to them in French.

Le Guichet pour francophones

One stop access centre to facilitate access to addiction, mental health, and problem gambling services for Francophones in the Champlain region.


An online database of francophone professionals in health care and social services in Ontario.