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Mental health walk-in clinics offer immediate mental health support to help with anxiety, as well as life events causing stress and other mental health issues., Will I need an appointment?, No appointment or referral is required. You will be able to see a registered mental health therapist for, 45-...
For the last decade, the province’s Strength Program has been helping hundreds of Island youth with mental health and addictions challenges to regain their lives. The Strength Program offers a range of programming and supports, both residential and day treatment, for Island youth aged 15-24 and...
A multi-site, multi-phased integrated strategy, allowing for a transitional/incremental roadmap of integrated and collaborated programs of Mental Health and Addictions Services in PEI.
Need Help Now?, The Island Helpline, 1-800-218-2885, (toll-free) Available 24-hours, seven days a week Kids Help Phone, 1-800-668-6868, (toll-free) Available 24 hours, seven days a week Or call, 9-1-1, or go to your closest emergency department. Mental Health Walk-in Clinics are also offered in...
As outlined in the 2019-20 Capital Budget , $100 million will be invested province-wide in mental health and addictions infrastructure that will improve care for the one in ten Islanders who experience mental health and addictions challenges in their lifetime., What is this investment being spent...
Addiction Services provide a range of programs designed to help you through the various stages of recovery. Addiction Services is closely aligned with Mental Health Services to ensure that individuals living with an addiction and a mental health disorder receive coordinated care. If you or someone...
Mental health care is offered in hospitals and in community health facilities across the province. Bilingual services are available in some locations. Where can I call to get immediate help? Call, , The Island Helpline at, 1-800-218-2885, or Kids Help Phone at, 1-800-668-6868, if you need...
Islanders looking to quit smoking now have access to additional supports, free of charge, through a new self-referral program. All Islanders who smoke or use other tobacco products, and are ready to quit, are eligible to participate. The Smoking Cessation Program covers the cost of medications...
Mental health care is offered in community health facilities across the province. Bilingual services are available in some locations., What is available for me at Community Mental Health Services? , The first step in service is screening. When you talk with an intake worker they will help you...
Your doctor, nurse practitioner or other service provider can refer you for adult services with community mental health and/or addictions services.