Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury/Manitoulin (CMHA-S/M) will continue to offer essential mental health and addiction services to individuals 16+ throughout the province-wide shut down from December 26th until January 8th.
Through the next two weeks, CMHA will be adhering to the provincial government’s lockdown mandate and public health guidelines by offering services and support virtually, by phone and videoconference. Staff will also continue to assess the need to meet with individuals through in-person appointments and walk-ins as needed.
During the holiday season, the CMHA-S/M main office at 111 Elm Street, Sudbury will be open to the public until 12noon on December 24th and 31st. The agency will also be closed for statutory holidays on Friday, December 25th and Monday, December 28th. CMHA-S/M will maintain regular business hours for all other days throughout the holiday season. If you require urgent assistance during the holidays, please call the Crisis Intervention Services at Health Sciences North at 1-877-847-1101.
There are no changes to the hours or staff support available at CMHA-S/M Residential Programs and Off the Street Shelter.
For more information, call us at 705-675-7252 or email email@example.com. We are open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. More information on our programs and services can be found on our website: sm.cmha.ca.
|My needs||What do I do?|
|I am in crisis, or I need help and I am not currently connected to CMHA services||Call 705-675-4760 (Crisis Intervention Services)|
|I need help, but I am not in crisis||If you have a CMHA-S/M Staff contact, please contact them at their extension or call CMHA-S/M Intake Services at 705-675-7252 to speak with a CMHA-S/M Intake Worker.|
|Scheduled appointments||If you have a CMHA-S/M Staff contact, please contact them at their extension or call CMHA-S/M reception at 705-675-7252. Virtual appointments are preferred at this time. In-person appointments will be available as needed.|
|Emergency Shelter||Open daily from 10pm to 8am, Off the Street Emergency Shelter continues to provide services at 200 Larch Street with strict infection prevention measures in place.|
|Meetings, Groups and Trainings||All in-person trainings/presentations will be cancelled during the province-wide lockdown. Virtual presentations will continue during this time.|