CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES – Thunder Bay: 807-346-8282 | District / Toll-Free: 1-866-888-8988

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CMHA Thunder Bay offers a range of programs and services, from support services to training workshops and crisis intervention. See the complete list of our official programs below, or choose a category on the side menu to find the specific service you’re looking for. For more information, please contact us.

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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

The ASIST workshop emphasizes suicide first-aid. It provides information on how to help a person at risk stay safe and seek further help. Read more for session dates and details….

Court Diversion Program

Mental health diversion is a voluntary pretrial program which may be appropriate for people whose criminal offense is considered low to medium risk (minor assault, theft, mischief, breach of probation…

Court Rent Supplement

Court Rent Supplement program provides financial rent supplements for clients to access safe and affordable housing in the community. Clients have access to a case manager that is able to…

Crisis Response Services

If you are in crisis or experiencing a mental health crisis, contact the crisis line at 346-8282 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Crisis…

First Place Clinic and Regional Resource Centre

First Place Clinic and Regional Resource Centre is an early psychosis intervention program that offers treatment and support for individuals and families who may be experiencing early psychosis. Treatment is…

FSHP: Forensic Supportive Housing Program

The Forensic Supportive Housing Program provides intensive case management services to forensic clients who are admitted to the hospital, promoting recovery and helping them to successfully navigate the transition into…

Getting Appropriate Personal and Professional Support (GAPPS)

GAPPS services reach out to clients in the community who are not connected to traditional services, are homeless and have serious mental health and addictions issues. Read more for details….

Homelessness Initiative Program (HIP II)

The Homeless Initiative Program works in collaboration with clients who are at risk for homelessness. The goal of our program is to implement skills and supports to ensure that clients…

Housing and Outreach Services

The Housing First model is a minimal barrier housing service specifically designed for individuals living with concurrent mental illness, addiction who have experienced chronic homelessness. This program understands the challenges…

Justice and Case Management Services

Justice and Case Management Services offers mental health support and diversion within the court system to youth and adults. It also offers housing support and outreach to individuals in the…

Mental Health Promotion & Education Program

The Mental Health Promotion & Education program offers programming to promote wellness and recovery and provides initiatives to reduce the stigma of mental illness through community workshops, training sessions, individual…

New Foundations

New Foundations offers a range of supports to assist people in developing skills in education, employment, housing, and social rehabilitation. New Foundations Brochure (pdf) Eligibility: 16 and over New Foundations provides…

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Light Therapy Giveaway

What is it? Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a kind of depression that appears at certain times of the year. It usually begins in the fall when the days…

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