need assistance?

are you in need of immediate assistance? 

When you’re overcome with suffering, you may have suicidal thoughts. It’s important that you seek help immediately. There are many resources available 24/7 to help relieve your suffering and keep you safe. You are not alone.

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info-social 811


Call now

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suicide.ca

Find out more
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1 866 appelle
(277-3553)

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Centres de prévention du suicide du Québec

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centre de crise
du Québec

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want to speak with a mental health worker?

A Relief mental health worker is available to give you individual support, information and referrals, via phone, email, Messenger, or in person, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Please note that from Monday, January 17, it will now be possible to meet a mental health worker in person while respecting public health directives (registration required).

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call Relief

1 866 738-4873
Monday to Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Call now

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email us

relief@monrelief.ca
Monday to Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Write to us

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write to us on Messenger

Facebook/Messenger
Monday to Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Chat with us

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meet a mental health worker

1-514-529-3081 ext. 100
By appointment.
Monday to Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Book

 


 

are you in need of support?

In addition to being able to talk to one of our mental health worker, you can discuss issues on our forum or participate in one of our support groups to share what you’re going through with people who are experiencing situations similar to your own.

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connect on our forum

Want to connect with and talk to people who, like you or someone close to you, are living with anxiety, depression or bipolarity? This forum is a safe space available 24/7 and moderated by Relief to foster discussion and mutual support.

Connect

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take part in a support group

Each week, you can take part in free support groups—facilitated by our mental health professionals—for flexible support that’s there when you need it, whatever the ups and downs in your life.

Register

 

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take part in a self-management workshop


Are you living with anxiety, depression or bipolarity? Finding concrete strategies and tools to (re)take power over your health is possible. During 10 to 12 weeks, led by our mental health workers, learn to get to know yourself and what you are experiencing, assess your health and your options, choose what you believe is best for you, and take concrete action to make changes in your daily behaviours.

 

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getting better…
my way

A free online tool to help you identify ways to get better and map out things you can do to take care of your mental health, independently and at your own pace.

Check out the tool