Is the situation an emergency?
Contact Campus Safety Services:
- 4444 from any on-campus phone
Contact local Emergency Services:
- Notify Campus Safety Services (see on-campus)
Contact the Mental Health Crisis Service (Crisis Line):
Anonymous, 24-hour service for young adults, age 16 and older experiencing a mental health crisis, including suicide.
Survivors - Need a lifeline?
Unsafe at Home Ottawa is a secure text and online chat service for women who may be living through increased violence and abuse at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our counsellors provide emotional support, practical advice and referrals.
Health and Counselling
Visit Health and Counselling Services (HCS) at 2600 Carleton Technology & Training Centre. If you are in crisis or your needs are urgent, please inform a staff member at the reception desk.
- Monday to Friday, 8:30AM-4:30PM
- You can call 613-520-6674 and inform the reception desk that you are in crisis
The Ontario Medical Association is developing a social distancing policy to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 cases. In response to their recommendations and to follow practices being adopted by primary care physicians across Ontario, effective immediately the Carleton Health and Counselling Services will be offering visits by telephone to promote the safety of our Carleton community.
Mental Health Crisis Hotlines
|Mental Health Crisis Hotlines|
|Crisis Services Canada||1-833-456-4566|
|Men and Healing||613-482-9363|
|Mental Health Crisis Line||613-722-6914|
|Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline||1-866-627-3342|
|Native Youth Crisis Hotline||1-877-209-1266|
|Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre||613-562-2333|
|Youth Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Support Line||1-800-268-9688|