If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call:
COAST, Niagara at 1-866-550-5205
If you or someone you know is in danger of hurting themselves or others, please call 9-1-1.
CMHA Niagara provides a variety of supports to individuals who live with mental health conditions. If you’ve visited any one of our locations, we encourage you to fill out our Experience Survey. Your feedback is important to us!
We offer regular visits to individuals in the community to address the everyday challenges of living with mental illness.
We provide urgent support, walk-in and short-term counselling. We also offer a a temporary crisis beds program.
We help individuals with mental health conditions to find and maintain meaningful employment.
We offer transitional and longer-term residential support.
Service is provided to individuals with mental health conditions through social, leisure and recreational activities.
Public education and training seminars are provided to the community. Information is accessed by calling 905-641-5222.
Please note that our intake and referral process has experienced a change in practice. If you are looking to get connected to mental health and addictions resources, services, and/or programs, please contact AccessLine at 1-866-550-5205 for confidential help, 24/7.
If you, a family member, or friend is in need, give us a call on our toll-free number. A member of our supportive, trained staff will provide immediate support and guidance.
Depending on your unique needs and preferences, we may connect you with a member of our collaborating network, which consists of 16 fully-vetted services so you can receive more specialized assistance. If we do transfer you to a member of our network, we will follow up to make sure you or your loved one has received the appropriate care.
Additionally, we provide space to conduct telemedicine appointments. Please click here for information on OTN. To request this service, please contact 905-641-5222.
Our Programs and Services Brochure – English
Programmes et services de l’ACSM