Mental Health and Addictions Services
COVID-19 Mental Health and Addictions Supports
Mental Health Walk-in Clinics
Addictions Services Walk-in/Call-in Clinics
Mental Health and Addictions Online, Phone, and Text-based Supports for Islanders
Mental health programs from your home
Supporting your Child or Youth through COVID-19: A Parent and Caregiver’s Guide
COVID-19 for Kids - How Can I Help: A Children's Workbook
Alcohol and Cannabis Use During COVID-19
Coping with stress and anxiety (CAMH)
Need Help Now?
Mental Health and Addictions Phone Line
Calls are answered by trained mental health professionals (a registered nurse or a social worker) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Mobile Mental Health Response service will operate seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and will be available Island wide. The teams act as extensions of the Access Line by providing care in-person when situations require more care than can be provided over the phone.
Mental Health Walk-in Clinics also offer immediate support to help with anxiety, depression and other complex and high risk issues.
For emergencies, please call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.
Bridge the gapp
An online resource designed to support mental wellness
How do I access mental health or addictions services?
Mental Health and Addictions Services are available in communities across the province.
You may refer yourself to some services by calling a community mental health or addictions office in your area (please note that some services may require a referral from a health care provider). Our intake clinicians will ask you questions to help determine the services you need. This intake call may take 15 to 20 minutes and you will be asked for your PEI Health Card number.
You may also request a referral to our services from your primary care provider, other health care professionals or community agency familiar with your concerns.