Do you feel stressed, anxious or depressed? Services and resources exist to help you. Here is a range of information to help you cope with the current and future events regarding COVID-19 in Québec.
You are not alone!
Our teams can help you in case of psychological or emotional difficulties related to situations or trials confronting you.
Each of our CLSCs has a Psychosocial Intake. Its personnel first evaluate your situation and your needs, and then offer you follow-up or direct you to the right service to assist you.
Note: telephone access to the services is preferred.
|Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle Territory||West Island Territory|
|CLSC de Dorval-Lachine||CLSC de LaSalle||CLSC de Pierrefonds||CLSC du Lac-Saint-Louis|
|514 639-0660, extension 80308 and 80227||514 364-2572, extension 22232 and 22233||514 626-2572, extension 3956||514 697-4110, extension 1559|
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- My child is worried about the pandemic What can I do to provide support?
- Stress, Anxiety and Depression Associated with the Coronavirus COVID-19 Disease
- I am in bereavement for one or more people who lost their lives in the pandemic
- Stay in contact virtually
- Move around inside the home
- Make sure that your children have supervision
- Organize your telework
- Stay informed
- How children and teens experience bereavement
If you’re living with stress, anxiety or depression, contact Info-Social 811. Psychosocial intervention professionals will offer you support and share information and advice with you, depending on your needs.
The 211 line is a multilingual service (200 languages) that contributes to fight isolation, poverty and social exclusion by helping citizens learn about and find community and social services, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week.
Mental health services, help and support in your community
To find help in the community, visit ementalhealth.ca.
Gouvernement du Québec
For stress, anxiety and depression associated with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) visit the Québec.ca website.
Alliance des Communautés Culturelles pour l’Egalité dans la Santé et les Services Sociaux (ACCÉSSS)
To consult the prevention instructions regarding COVID-19, in more than 20 languages, visit the ACCÉSSS website (Romanian, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Persian, Italian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Punjabi, Hindi, Polish, Turkish, Urdu, Croatian/Bosnian, Bengali, Hebrew, etc.).
Suicide Action Montréal
Intervention 24/7., bilingual English-French
Distressed, worried, bereaved?
1-866-277-3553 – 1-866-APPELLE
Kids Help Phone
Telephone: 1-800-668-6868 to speak with one of our professional caseworkers 24/7.
Text: send CONNECT to 686868 to reach a qualified Crisis Responder 24/7.
Centre d’intervention de crise du Sud-Ouest: L’autre maison
24/7, free bilingual service
West Island Crisis Center
Free, confidential, specialized services 24/7.