Resources

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If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, you can contact a counsellor at any time by phone, text or chat.

Family caregivers

Loss of autonomy

Physical health, illness, and disability

Société Alzheimer Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

French

Saguenay / Lac-Saint-Jean

The Alzheimer Society is a nonprofit organization that provides information and support services to people with Alzheimer's disease.

1 877 668-0161

Website

Alcohol or drug addiction

Anxiety disorders

Bipolar disorder

Borderline personality disorder

Breakup

Bullying

Burnout

Chronic Pain

Depression

Domestic violence

Eating disorders

Family caregivers

Farmers

Financial problems

Gambling addiction

Grief and loss

Indigenous peoples

Insomnia

Internet addiction

Interpersonal problems

Legal problems

LGBTQ

Loneliness and isolation

Loss of autonomy

Loved ones

Men

Mental health/distress

Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Panic attacks

Physical health, illness, and disability

Postpartum depression

Posttraumatic stress

Schizophrenia

Self-harm

Seniors

Social and professional reintegration

Suicide prevention

Traumatic brain injury

Victims of crime

Victims of sexual assault

Violence

Women

Tel-Aide Québec

French

Bas-Saint-Laurent

Capitale-Nationale

Gaspésie / Îles-de-la-Madeleine

Mission: To provide a free listening and referral service to anyone experiencing loneliness, anxiety or distress, as well as to those with suicidal thoughts.
Hours of operation from 9:00 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

418-686-2433 / Régions 1-877-700-2433

Website

Alcohol or drug addiction

Anxiety disorders

Bipolar disorder

Borderline personality disorder

Breakup

Bullying

Burnout

Chronic Pain

Delinquency

Depression

Domestic violence

Eating disorders

Emergency care responders

Family caregivers

Farmers

Financial problems

Gambling addiction

Grief and loss

Indigenous peoples

Insomnia

Internet addiction

Interpersonal problems

Legal problems

LGBTQ

Loneliness and isolation

Loss of autonomy

Loved ones

Men

Mental health/distress

Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Panic attacks

Physical health, illness, and disability

Postpartum depression

Posttraumatic stress

Schizophrenia

Self-harm

Seniors

Social and professional reintegration

Suicide prevention

Traumatic brain injury

Victims of crime

Victims of sexual assault

Violence

Women

Youth

Tel-Écoute Convergence, un service de Convergence action bénévole

French

English

24/7

Chaudière-Appalaches

Tel-Écoute Convergence is an active listening line that provides an empathetic, warm and non-judgmental ear to anyone 18 years of age or older. Our goal is to relieve emotional tension, combat loneliness and promote well-being through self-expression. Our trained listeners will warmly welcome anyone who needs to talk, to verbalize, to confide and to be truly listened to!

(418)-838-4095 / 1-877-559-4095

Website

Alcohol or drug addiction

Anxiety disorders

Bipolar disorder

Borderline personality disorder

Breakup

Bullying

Burnout

Chronic Pain

Depression

Domestic violence

Eating disorders

Emergency care responders

Family caregivers

Farmers

Financial problems

Gambling addiction

Grief and loss

Indigenous peoples

Insomnia

Interpersonal problems

Legal problems

LGBTQ

Loneliness and isolation

Loss of autonomy

Loved ones

Men

Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Panic attacks

Physical health, illness, and disability

Postpartum depression

Schizophrenia

Self-harm

Seniors

Social and professional reintegration

Suicide prevention

Traumatic brain injury

Victims of crime

Victims of sexual assault

Violence

Women

Youth

Tel-Écoute Trois-Rivières

French

Centre du Québec

Mauricie

Generalist listening line since 1974
Volunteer responders are trained in active listening.
They also have Sentinel training.

1 888 376-4241 / 1 819 376-4242

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