For a psychiatric emergency, call 911.
The mobile crisis response services can help you.
During a mental health crisis, the individual in question is overwhelmed. Although they need immediate support, they do not always need to go to hospital to deal with:
- Suicidal thoughts;
- Psychotic thoughts;
- Intense anxiety;
Call us. We can help.
(Tele-Care 811 answers calls after hours.)
- Bathurst - 506-547-2110
Caraquet, Shippagan, Tracadie - 506-336-3367
Moncton, Shediac, Richibucto, and Kent, Westmorland and Albert counties -
Edmundston, Grand Falls, Kedgwick - 1-844-398-4718
- Campbellton - 506-789-8088
Our services include
- Support in cases of acute emotional distress crises;
- Support in cases of addiction or mental health crises;
- Support for loved ones, friends and community organizations in managing people’s addiction and mental health crises;
- Information to help understand addiction and mental health crises and recognize the signs of psychiatric crises.
Who can receive our services?
- All children, adolescents and adults experiencing an addiction or mental health crisis;
- The loved ones of people in distress and the community organizations supporting them;
- Any individual – there is no need to be referred by a doctor.
What can you expect?
- Health professionals answering calls 24/7;
- Meeting with a member of the addiction and mental health team as needed;
- Short-term crisis support for the affected individual and their loved ones;
- Risk assessment and solution-based interventions;
- Collaborative approach based on an individual’s priorities and needs;
- Referral to the most appropriate services and other useful community resources;
- Help accessing addiction and mental health services.
Services that we do not offer:
- Advice on medication issues and physical health.