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
Mental Health Crisis Hotlines
|Organization and Hours||Phone Number|
Crisis: 613-722-6914 or 1-866-996-0991
|Crisis Services Canada
|Men and Healing||613-482-9363|
|Mental Health Crisis Line||613-722-6914|
|Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline
12 – 9pm (EST) daily
|Native Youth Crisis Hotline||1-877-209-1266|
|Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre||613-562-2333|
|Youth Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Support Line
4:00pm – 9:30pm
Sunday – Friday
(for Indigenous women)
|1 855 554-HEA|
Mental Health Crisis Text Lines
|Organization||Crisis Text Line Number
Chat & Text 10am-11pm
|Crisis Services Canada||Send a text to 45645
Available 4pm – midnight ET
|Good2Talk||Text GOOD2TALKON to 686868|
|Naseeha Muslim Youth Helpline||1-866-627-334|
|Youth Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Support Line||Text 647-694-427|