Phoenix Centre for
Children & Families

Free Mental Health Services for children and youth 17 and under and their families.

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Please contact the main centre at 613-735-2374. Long distance? Call us toll-free at 1-800-465-1870. A receptionist will be happy to direct your call or get you started with the intake process. We serve clients 17 years of age and under who live or attend school in Renfrew County.

Need Help Now? Call the 24/7 Crisis Line 1-877-775-7775.

For youth 17 and under who are experiencing a crisis, and for parents, guardians, caregivers, friends or service providers who are concerned about a young person in crisis.

If you, or someone you know, are having thoughts of suicide or causing self-harm, call 9-1-1 or visit your nearest Emergency Department.

The Renfrew County Youth Wellness Hub is a welcoming space offering integrated youth services for young people aged 12 to 25. Services are accessible to all youth and are free of charge.

Explore the Renfrew County Youth Wellness Hub

One Stop Talk is a virtual service for youth in Ontario that provides immediate and confidential mental health support – at no cost. Parents/caregivers are welcome to connect to the service with their child to ensure access.

Connect to OneStopTalk

Monday – Friday: 12PM – 8PM EST
Saturday: 12PM – 4PM EST is here to help kids, youth, and families access and connect to the right mental health, addictions, substance use health and neurodevelopmental health services at the right time.

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Kids Come First provides optimal healthcare for children and youth in the Champlain region and includes over 60 organizations; youth and family partners; nearly 1,100 physicians; and many other individuals including children, youth, and families.

Learn about Kids Come First 

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Under the age of 18? In need of help?
Call the Crisis Line now.



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As guests, The Phoenix Centre for Children and Families would like to begin by acknowledging that we are gathered here today on the traditional, unceded, and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin People. This acknowledgement should not function as closure, or acceptance of the past or present, but should spark a desire to learn about the true history of this country and provoke thought, reflection, and positive change. We would like to recognize and respect the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples of Canada who have lived on Turtle Island for generations and who we have chosen to walk our journey alongside, toward reconciliation.