Client Resources

The Ottawa Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre offers flexible daytime, evening and Saturday appointments. Please contact us and we will match you with a psychotherapist that can best meet your counselling needs.

Local Mental Wellness Resources

Resource Phone Website
24/7 Distress Line (613) 238-3311 dcottawa.on.ca
24/7 Crisis Line (613) 722-6914 dcottawa.on.ca
Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (613) 562-2333 orcc.net
Fem’aide – ligne de soutien (800) 263-2266 femaide.ca
Youth Services Bureau Crisis Line (613) 260-2360 ysb.ca
Assaulted Women’s Helpline (866) 863-0511 awhl.org
Kids’ Help Phone (800) 668-6868 ysb.ca
Hope for Wellness Help Line for Indigenous Peoples (855) 242-3310 hopeforwellness.ca
Talk 4 Healing Crisis Line for Indigenous Women (855) 554-4325
Counselling Connect: Access to one, same-day, counselling session counsellingconnect.org
Bounceback: Free mental health, skills building, program ran by CMHA bouncebackontario.ca
Resource Phone Website
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (800) 463-2338 camh.ca
Canadian Mental Health Association (613) 737-7791 camh.ca
CAS Ottawa: Child Protection (613) 747-7800 casott.on.ca
Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services (613) 724-4881 rideauwood.org
Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre (613) 594-8333 davesmithcentre.org
SMART Recovery Groups: Support group for learning tools to resolve problems with substance-use or behavioural addiction smartrecoverytest.org
Drug Rehab (800) 520-2898 drugrehab.com
Support for children, teens and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or related exceptionalities and their families tipes.ca
Supervised Consumption Services: 179 Clarence Street, Ottawa (613) 580-6744 x29047
Cite Mobile Van: Harm reduction supplies, condoms/lubricant, peer overdose prevention program, nursing services, counselling, & referrals (613) 232-3232

Health Care Services in Ottawa

General list of health and support services in Ottawa:
ottawa.ca

Find any kind of healthcare provider who are accepting new patients, near or around your residency:
opencare.com

Health Care Connect Program that helps you find a doctor or nurse provided that you don’t have one :
ontario.ca

A service directory that lists health and social service providers and programs that provide competent and welcoming care to LGBTQ individuals in Ontario:
rainbowhealthontario.ca

Search for medical clinics currently accepting new patients:
ontario.ca

Registered Dietitian: Marie-Pier Pitre-D’Iorio:
thebalanceddietitian.com
(613)-769-6173
thebalanceddietitian@gmail.com

Help for Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD – The Davis Program

Carl Nigi helps children and adults who have persistent difficulty with reading and other learning difficulties. Tel: (613) 558-7797 Email: carl@overcomingdyslexia.ca

He believes that Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD are not ‘learning disabilities’. However, they are disabling in a system that does not know how to help. As a Davis facilitator, he can help you to understand the root cause of Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, and many other learning difficulties. He can help you understand that none of these are “bad things”; they are good things that are horribly misunderstood.

The Davis program focuses on what does work, so our clients can take part in life fully and not get held back!”

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(613) 699-0060

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