More information about Niagara Health's Mental Health and Addictions Program can be found here.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health or addictions crisis, there are a number of services available to assist you in the Niagara region. Examples of crisis situations include:
The Safe Bed Program provides 24/7 short-term residential crisis support for individuals age 16 or older who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
The program offers crisis counseling and a safe therapeutic environment for men and women to stay for a short term as an alternative to hospitalization.
Program staff work with individuals to resolve their crises and link them with available supports in the community.
Referrals can be made by therapists, counselors, physicians, psychiatrists, crisis workers, advocates, or any other professionals with a working knowledge of the individual’s current situation and relevant history. In some cases where enough information is already known, a self-referral may be considered.
Location: 15 Wellington St., St. Catharines. Call 905-641-5254 for more information or to make a referral.Visit www.cmha.ca
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