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Counselling Options

Doorways is a single session, walk-in counselling service:

  • Available to youth and adults without an appointment or referral

  • A health care professional will meet with you and discuss your concerns on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Doorways provides information and support focused on your need. Some examples of what you may want to discuss are: family, health, grief, work, relationships, stress, anxiety, depression, drinking or drug use.


Doorways is not an emergency service.  In an emergency, call 911 or the Mental Health Crisis Line at 811, or proceed to the nearest emergency department. In 2024, the Government of Canada has launched a new 988 suicide prevention and mental health support line. 

To find Doorways in your area:

  • Call 811 and a Healthline nurse will provide you with a location near you.


Community Counsellors

Counsellors are available to support individuals who have mental health or substance use concerns as well as family/friends who are affected.  Please don't hesitate to contact us regarding:

Alcohol and Drugs, Grief and Loss, Anxiety and Stress, Depression, Mental Illness, Parenting, Relationships, Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Abuse, Smoking, Suicide, Gender and Identity, Anger, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Fear and Phobias, Gambling, or any other concern that is affecting your mental health and well-being.

To find a counsellor near you:


Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Support Line - 988


Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CMHA)

Mental Health Commission of Canada

Counselling for an Eating Disorder

See ‘Eating Disorder Services’ section of this website

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