Do you need help?

Need to talk?

Knowing and taking pride in who you are or coping with stress in a positive way are some signs of good mental health.

But, if you or someone you know, are experiencing emotional distress and want to talk, do not hesitate to call the First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line at 1-855-242-3310. It's toll-free and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Posters for the First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line are available online, in various languages including English, French and Inuktitut. You can download and print a poster for you, your organization and your community. 

For more resources and information, consult the First Nations and Inuit Health Mental Health and Wellness Web page


In Quebec :

For a suicide crisis (from anywhere in Quebec) :
Available 24/7

Gay Line
(from anywhere in Quebec, (from 7PM-11PM)

For youth who need support:
Kids Help Phone (from anywhere in Canada)
Available 24/7

(from anywhere in Quebec)
Available 24/7

In Nunavik

  Police Ambulance
Akulivik 496-9111 496-9090
Aupaluk 491-9111 491-9090
Inujuak 254-9111 254-9090
Ivujivik 922-9111 922-9090
Kangiqsualujjuaq 964-9111 964-9090
Kangiqsujuaq 338-9111 338-9090
Kangirsuk 935-9111 935-9090
Kuujjuaq 964-9111 964-9090
Kuujjuaraapik 929-9111 929-9090
Puvirnituq 988-9111 988-9090
Quaqtaq 492-9111 492-9090
Salluit 255-9111 255-9090
Tasiujaq 633-9111 633-9090
Umiujaq 331-9111 331-9090


In Newfoundland-Labrador :

Mental Health Crisis Line
Available 24/7

Nain Helpline
(run by the Labrador Inuit Health Commission)