Carleton Campus

Health and Counselling Services

Phone: 613-520-6674

Residence Counselling Office
613-520-2600 ext. 8061

In Clinic Counselling (for
off campus students)

Equity Services

Off Campus

Assaulted Women’s Helpline
Phone: 1-866-863-0511
Text: #SAFE (#7233)
A 24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line to all woman who have experienced abuse. Provides counselling, emotional support, information and referrals.
Men & Healing

Psychotherapy for Men  Phone: 613-482-9363

Formerly known as The Men’s Project, Men & Healing strives to support men, in a process of change, with structure and integrity. Provides mental health services to men and their families in the areas of childhood trauma recovery, recent sexual assault, emotional integrity and anger management among other service areas.
Coalition of Community
Health  and Resource 
Centres of Ottawa
Offers programs and services at various centres in the Ottawa region. Programs and services vary by location and may include: crime prevention, emergency food programs, youth groups, immigration and settlement services, free dental screenings, and many more.
Ottawa Distress Centre
Phone: 613-238-3311
A helpline run by trained volunteers. The helpline is available day or night, 24/7, to answer the calls from those who are reaching out for help. Callers may have simple questions, or they may be in crisis.
Interval House of Ottawa
Phone: 613-234-5181
Interval House of Ottawa is a not-for-profit, safe haven for women and their children fleeing violence. Interval House has trained staff that are ready to help you, whether you need a safe house or are just looking for advice. Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Substance Use
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