AMHS-KFLA is here for you. If you are in distress, or know someone who is, give us a call.
Our crisis lines are staffed 24/7, 365 days a year by experienced professionals who can provide immediate support, advocacy and referrals to appropriate services as needed.
Crisis services are free, confidential and delivered in a respectful, non-judgmental manner by a multidisciplinary team of mental health and addiction specialists.
Mobile services are available during set hours to support individuals in an escalating crisis due to mental health or addiction problems. Walk-ins are welcome during office hours at 552 Princess Street in Kingston and 70 Dundas Street East in Napanee.
Kingston & Frontenac
24/7 Crisis Phone Line: 613.544.4229
Toll Free: 1.866.616.6005
Kingston & Frontenac Mobile Crisis Services
Saturday-Sunday and holidays, 8am-8pm
Kingston & Frontenac Walk-in Crisis Services
552 Princess Street, Kingston
Lennox & Addington (L&A)
24/7 Crisis Phone Line: 613.354.7388
Toll Free: 1.800.267.7877
L&A Mobile Crisis Services
L&A Walk-in Services
70 Dundas Street East, Napanee
Crisis Safe Bed Program
The Crisis Safe Bed Program provides supportive, short-term mental health residential placement to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis who have come into contact with police. This program aims to provide individuals with comprehensive, community-based support, diverting individuals from the justice system and potential incarceration, and/or avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations. This program is available by police referral only.
Kingston Area Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team (MCRTT) and Crisis Outreach & Support Team (COAST)
These programs are operated in partnership with Kingston Police, AMHS-KFLA Crisis Workers are paired with specially trained front-line officers from the Kingston Police. These teams will respond to emergency and non-emergency mental health calls from within the community as a uniformed response (MCRRT) and plainclothes follow up team (COAST). These teams are dispatched as appropriate to respond to 911 calls and aim to better support individuals in crisis and divert individuals from emergency rooms where possible.