Mental Health Support and Services
Need Help Now?
Call the Mental Health and Addictions Phone Line at 1-833-553-6983. Calls are answered by trained mental health professionals (a registered nurse or a social worker) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Visit a Mental Health Walk-in Clinic to speak with a trained counsellor. No appointment is necessary. See clinic hours and phone numbers.
Contact the Mobile Mental Health Response Service for assessment, treatment and connection to ongoing mental health care during a time of crisis. The team of trained health care professionals provides in-person care when situations require more than phone-based support. This service is available via the Mental Health and Addictions Phone Line at 1-833-553-6983, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Get help finding programs and services
Contact Community Mental Health Services.
Contact the Mental Health and Addictions Patient Navigator.
Refer a client to Mental Health programs
If you are a physician, nurse practitioner, or service provider who wants to refer a patient or client for mental health services, complete an Adult Services Referral Form.
- Changeways Core Program (low mood and depression)
- Community Mental Health (all conditions)
- Coping Skills Program (chronic stress, overwhelming emotions and anxiety)
- Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Group (PTSD, depression, self-harm, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, substance use disorders)
- Hillsborough Hospital (psychiatric hospital that provides specialized care, long-term treatment and rehabilitation)
- Mental Health Intensive Day Program (for adults with moderate to acute symptoms of a psychiatric diagnosis)
- Mental Health Walk-in Clinics (anxiety, depression and other issues)
- Pregnancy and Postpartum (Perinatal) Mood Disorders
- Structured Programming and Day Treatment (intermediary care for adults struggling with mental health and life skills)
Online and telephone-based support
- Bridge the gapp: online mental health resources for adults and youth
- ICAN Adult Anxiety and Depression Program: online and telephone-based support
Services specific to seniors
- Seniors Mental Health Resource Teams: for seniors with complex mental health conditions
Services for unique populations
- Farmers Talk (1-800-736-8006)
- Fisher Assistance Program (902-626-9787 or 902-786-4656)
- Aquaculture Farm Assistance Program (902-626-9787)
- Public Safety Calls (help for first responders and public safety personnel)
- PEI Operational Stress Injury (OSI) Satellite Site (help for veterans and current members of the Canadian Forces and RCMP, 902-367-7075)
- Bridge the gapp (online mental health resources for adults and youth)
- CAST Program (for at-risk youth age 13-18)
- Community Mental Health (all ages and conditions)
- Help My Child (resources for parent and students)
- INSIGHT Program (youth aged 13-18)
- Pediatric Psychology Services (toddler, preschool or kindergarten-aged child)
- Strongest Families (children/youth aged 3-17)
- Student Well-Being Teams (primary, intermediary and high school students)
- Student Well-being Teams Mental Health Walk-in Clinics (high school)
- Triple P Parenting (support for parents)
If you want help because someone you love has a mental health challenge, programs are available, call the Community Mental Health office in your area.
- Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour United for Strength, Home, Relationship
- Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI
- Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
- Family Services PEI
- Immigrant and Refugee Services Association PEI
- Mental Health and Wellness (Government of Canada)
- Mental Health Commission of Canada
- Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI
- Native Council of Prince Edward Island
- PEERS Alliance
- PEI Helping Tree (2022)
- PEI Family Violence Prevention Services
- PEI Rape & Sexual Assault Centre
- PEI Reach Foundation (youth)
- Wellness Together Canada - Mental Health and Substance Use Support