Connect to Care 24/7 with Health811

Find the health care services you need, close to home. Talk to a registered nurse — day or night — for free, secure and confidential health advice. Call 811 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007). Search for doctors, clinics, mental health services, pharmacies and other health serivces for you and your family. 


AccessMHA makes it easier to help find mental health and/or substance use health support, services, and care. After reaching out, you will be paired with a trained mental health and addictions professional who will connect you to the services you need from a network of partner organizations.

1 Call 1 Click

1 Call 1 Click works to ensure children, youth and families will get the right care, when they need it, so they can be themselves.

211 Ontario

211 is a free and confidential service that easily connects people to the critical social and community supports they need. 211 is available by phone for those looking to speak to a friendly voice or by text, online search, email or chat for those looking for convenience or who feel the stigma of asking for help. 


Champlain Community Support Network (CCSN)

The Champlain Community Support Network (CCSN) represents more than 40 non-profit community health service providers across Eastern Ontario. The CCSN bilingual network works to create a community where seniors and adults living with disabilities can live independently, safely, and comfortably at home. 

Champlain Health Line

Find services, health care resources, events, news and updates across the Champlain region.

Home Care Ontario

Home Care Ontario is the leading source of information on and/or about home care in the province. Those interested in home care can find reports, news, and events specific to Ontario on this website. Families can learn about how home care works and find an Association member in their community to assist them with their care needs for a loved one.

Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre (RC VTAC)

Clinical assessment centres can assess, test and provide treatment options for people who require medical assistance with coughs, colds and ear, nose and throat symptoms including known or suspected COVID-19. If you do not have a family physician or nurse practitioner or cannot access your family physician or nurse practitioner, Call VTAC at 1-844-727-6404, for support from medical receptionists, physicians and community paramedics.

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