Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Addiction

Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous  819-564-0070
Drugs, Help & Referrals  1-800-265-2626
Narcotics Anonymous  1-800-879-0333
Gambling Help & Referral  1-800-461-0140

Alcohol and Mental Health

Al-Anon (help for families of alcoholics) 819-820-5085

CAMH Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Mental Health & Addiction Information A-Z

Centre de Readaptation en Dependance Estrie  and/or
CRDE
Addictions services in the Eastern Townships (Bilingual services)
819-821-2500

Gambling Help and Referral
Useful Links

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Smoking Quitline – National Cancer Institute

Quit Smoking Community
How to Quit Smoking: Collection of Guides
Why is Smoking Bad for You?

Sante et Services Sociaux Quebec (in French only)
Online help for addictions

Anger: How to Deal With It

Anger: How to Deal With It

American Psychological Association
Controlling Anger Before It Controls You

Canadian Mental Health Association
What is Anger and What Can I Do About It?

Anxiety, Stress and Mood Disorders

Anxiety, Stress and Mood Disorders

Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada

Antidepressant Skills Workbook

AnxietyBC
Tools for managing anxiety

Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Resources and Support

Autre Rive (in French only)
Group and Individual Sessions, and Workshops

Canadian Mental Health Association
Anxiety Disorders and Depression

CHADD – The National Resource on ADHD

Everyday Health – How to End an Anxiety Attack

Learn Psychology – Student Guide to Surviving Stress & Anxiety, in College and Beyond

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Mental Health Estrie
Local community organization helping English-speaking individuals and family to manage mental illness

Mind Your Mind
Anxiety, bipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder and more

Mood Disorders Society of Canada

National Institute of Mental Health – Publications about Bipolar Disorder

Lifeline Information Service – Tool Kit for panic attacks (PDF)

Revivre (in French only)
Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Disorder

Depression

Depression

Canadian Mental Health Association
Information regarding depression

Depression Hurts – Depression symptoms and managing your depression

Mental Health Estrie

Mental Health Estrie Facebook Page
Facebook page with information regarding teleconferences, workshops, information sessions, videoconferencing, etc.

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders

ANEB Anorexia and Bulimia Quebec

Arrimage Estrie (in French only)
Support Groups in Sherbrooke for eating disorders

Eating Disorder Hope
Binge Eating Disorder; Anorexia; Bulimia

Canadian Mental Health Association
Information on eating disorders

Healthy Place – America’s Mental Health Channel
Eating Disorders Articles

Learn Psychology
Student Eating Disorder Awareness Guide

MentorConnect – Relationships Replace Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorder Info Centre (NEDIC)
National Toll Free Helpline 1-866-633-4220

Gender and Sexual Identity

Gender and Sexual Identity

Talking Gender and Sexual Diversity
Available to all those concerned with sexual orientation and gender identity.
Free, confidential, professional, offered every day 24/7
Online chat support; Email support; Helpline
1-888-505-1010 (phone or text)

LGBT Youth Line
Confidential, Non-judgemental & informed LGBTTQQ2SI Peer Support
1-800-268-9688

Good2Talk
Confidential Helpline 24/7/365
Dial 1-866-925-5454 TO TALK
No need to be an Ontario student

Kids Help Phone
Talk to a Counsellor: 1-800-668-6868 or
Chat Online 24/7
Download “Always There” app

Grief and Loss

Grief and Loss

Canadian Mental Health Association
Info and tips on coping with grief and loss

Legal Advice
Mental Health Resources for various disorders or illnesses

Mental Health Resources for various disorders or illnesses

AIDS Screening & Testing (Anonymous)
819-820-7432

7 CUPS OF TEA – Online Student Support

AMI-QUEBEC – Action on mental illness

Canadian Mental Health Association

Canadian Psychological Association
Psychology Fact Sheet

CSSS-IUGS

CLSC Sherbrooke and Lennoxville

Emergency Off-Campus (Police & Fire): dial 911

Here to Help

Info Santé – 24 hr. health information: dial 811

Info Crime Quebec 1-800-711-1800

Jack.org – National network of young leaders working to help young people

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Mind Your Mind – Mental Illnesses

National Institute of Mental Health
Information on many different mental disorders and illnesses

Theravive – A Practical Encyclopedia of Mental Health

Good2Talk
Confidential Helpline 24/7/365
Dial 1-866-925-5454 TO TALK
No need to be an Ontario student

Kids Help Phone
Talk to a Counsellor: 1-800-668-6868 or
Chat Online 24/7
Download “Always There” app

New Young Mothers

New Young Mothers

Quebec Government Financial Assistance
Obtaining child assistance, tax benefit, etc.

Quebec Services – Becoming a Parent
Financial Assistance, registering your child, health & safety, and more

INSPQ Institut National de Santé Publique Québec
From Tiny Tot to Toddler – practical guide for parents from pregnancy to age two

Clinique de Planification des Naissances
213-13e ave Nord, Sherbrooke, QC
819-565-0767

Options Pregnancy Centre – Lennoxville

SOS Grossesse Estrie
Information and Help for Pregnant Women

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault

Bishop’s Sexual Assault Resources
On and off campus Resources

Public Health Agency of Canada – When Males Have Been Sexually Abused as Children: A guide for Men

Sans Oui, C’est NON! (in French only)
Joint initiative between many universities and student associations on sexual assault.

Students with Disabilities
Suicide Intervention

Suicide Intervention

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
1-866-277-3553 (CASP Crisis Center for Quebec)
24 hrs/7 days a week phone line

Jevi – Center for Suicide Prevention
1-866-277-3553

Victims of Violence

Victims of Violence

CALACS Rape Crisis Centre
24 hr. service: 819-563-9999

CAVAC de l’Estrie – Crime Victims Assistance Centre
Mon to Fri 8:30 to 4:30pm
819-820-2822

L’Escale de l’Estrie
Shelter for Women & Children who are victims of violence
819-569-3611