The Manitoulin Crisis Response Program is available to individuals experiencing crisis (an unexpected event, such as a car accident, natural disaster, and job loss), feeling overwhelmed by a long-standing situation, and/ or having difficulty managing the symptoms of his/ her mental illness.
The program is available to assess crisis situations, provide brief intervention and counselling, plan next steps and make referral recommendations to other service providers on behalf of the client. It uses a recovery based approach to assist the client to return to his or her previous level of functioning. The Manitoulin Crisis Response Program is an outreach service of the Health Science North Crisis program.
Please call the local number for service during regular business hours.
After hours, weekends, and statutory holidays please call the toll free number (Sudbury Crisis Service). After hours, OTN is available with physician referral only through the emergency department at Mindemoya and Little Current.
- Program Cost: No
- Additional Cost: No
- Gender: All
- Age: 16 and up
- Catchment: County/District/Region: City of Greater Sudbury, Manitoulin District, Sudbury District
- Fully Accessible
- Languages: English
- Virtual Service: Yes
Health Sciences North/ Horizon Santé-Nord, Mental Health and Addictions Program - Manitoulin
11 Meredith Street
Little Current - Manitoulin
Health Sciences North/ Horizon Santé-Nord
Telephone Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Above hours a Social Worker is available. Backup crisis service through Health Sciences North 1-877-841-1101.
Toll Free: 877-841-1101