The Crossroads Children’s Centre is a fully accredited Children’s mental health centre that provides services for children up to age 12 and their families.
The Walk-in Clinic at Crossroads helps families to get started on the road to understanding.
Do you have concerns about:
Your child’s behaviour (are they bullying or being bullied)
Your child’s emotional state
Your child’s mental health diagnosis (e.g. anxiety, depression, ADHD)
Your child’s struggles with peers
Other parenting issues
Clinic location and hours:
Wednesdays from 9am to noon;
Thursdays from noon to 8pm (last appointment at 6:30pm)
The Youth Services Bureau helps thousands of young people every year address whatever threatens their physical, sexual, mental and social well being.
YSB offers a range of mental health services including:
Crisis line and Crisis Chat Services
Youth Mental Health Walk-in Clinic
Youth and Family Counselling
Intensive Family Support
The Child, Youth, and Family Crisis Line of Eastern Ontario provides access to crisis professionals 24 hours a day, seven days a week, serving children and youth 18 and under experiencing a crisis, and their families.
Community Health and Resource Centres of Ottawa
Are you looking to get in touch with your local CHRC?
Community Health and Resource Centres across the city offer a range of services including advocacy, counselling, youth drop-ins, after schools programs and so much more. Community Health and Resource Centres
The Psychosocial Centre is a francophone organization whose mission is to provide quality mental health services to children and youth (0-18 years) and the important people in their living environment.
Family Services Ottawa offers counselling and support services to anybody in Ottawa who needs it.
CHEO’s Gender Diversity Clinic offers help to children and youth (0-18 years) who need help with their gender identity.
The Centretown Community Health Centre provides a full range of quality health and social services to families and individuals who live or work in the communities they serve. They also offer mental health counselling programs for LGBTTQ + youth ages 12-25.
Kind is a LGBTTQ+ community centre in Ottawa. We offer a space for discovery and connection to community and community resources.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only toll-free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth. Every day, professional counselors provide support to young people across the country.
Parents’ Lifelines is a non-profit family support organization for parents and caregivers whose children to age 24 are dealing with mental health and/or addiction challenges.
The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario is a pediatric health and research center providing outstanding family-centered patient care, pioneering breakthrough research, and training the health care professionals of tomorrow.