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Crisis

Crisis Lines 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.  Mobile services are available to support individuals in…
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Addiction

For more information about accessing the AMHS-KFLA Addiction services described below, please complete our self-referral form or call 613-544-1356 (Kingston & Frontenac) or 613-354-7521 (Lennox & Addington) weekdays 8:30am-4:30pm. For professionals making referrals on behalf of clients, please use our external-referral form or downloadable form. Counselling and Support If you are struggling to manage your drinking, substance…
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Mental Health

AMHS-KFLA offers a diverse array of supports and services for people experiencing a mental health problem, mental illness or mental health condition. For more information about accessing the AMHS-KFLA Mental health services that are right for you, please complete our self-referral form or call 613-544-1356 (Kingston & Frontenac) or 613-354-7521 (Lennox & Addington) weekdays 8:30am-4:30pm. For professionals…
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Court Support

For more information about accessing the AMHS-KFLA Court Support services described below, please complete our self-referral form or call 613-544-1356 (Kingston & Frontenac) or 613-354-7521 (Lennox & Addington) weekdays 8:30am-4:30pm. For professionals making referrals on behalf of clients, please use our external-referral form or downloadable form. AMHS-KFLA’s Justice Services help those with a serious mental illness or…
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Family Resource Centre

Is someone you love struggling? We listen. We understand. We are here for you. AMHS-KFLA’s Family Resource Centre (FRC) provides educational material and information about local resources for family members, professionals, the general public, and individuals living with mental illness or addiction. The FRC is a team of individuals with lived experience recovering from, or…
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