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Crisis Prevention and Intervention Resources  

Below are organizations that can help you and your family. If you need to talk to someone and you don’t know where else to turn, please call us—we can help.

Crisis Intervention Worker 
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
South Side Community Centre
1578 Wolfe Ave., Petawawa, Ontario
(613) 687-2104 ext. 224

24 Hour Support
Canadian Forces Member Assistance Program (CFMAP)
7 days a week, 24 hours a day
1-800-268-7708
CFMAP Assistance website

 

The Mind's the Matter

Military Family Services and the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group are proud to introduce "The Mind's the Matter" - a web-based, interactive video for CF families who may be living with someone who has an Operational Stress Injury (OSI).
 
This initiative is a first-of-its-kind tool for Canadian Forces families. It provides real life solutions for spouses and teens coping with a difficult situation.

Click here to see the videos

 

Resources for Drug and Alcohol Addictions

Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Counselling Services
210 Lochiel Street, Suite 210
Renfrew, Ontario
1-888-241-1135
Pathways website

Renfrew County Alcohol and Drug Assessment/Referral Service
(613) 432-9855 or 1-800-265-0197
Assessment/Referral Service website

Narcotics Anonymous
1-888-922-7822
Narcotics Anonymous (Pembroke) website

Alcoholics Anonymous
(613) 735-9928
Ottawa Valley Alcoholics Anonymous website

Al-Anon/Alateen 
1-888-425-2666
Al-Anon and Alateen website

CAMH Drug and Alcohol Info Line
1-800-463-6273
Drug and Alcohol Information Line website

DART: Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment—online directory
1-800-565-8603
DART website 

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Resources for Violence and Abuse

Bernadette McCann House for Women
(613) 732-3131 or 1-800-267-4930
Bernadette McCann website

Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County (WSACRC)
1-800-663-3060
WSACRC website

Eastern Ontario Resource Centre/Centre des ressources de l’Est d’Ottawa
For women affected by partner abuse
1-877-336-2433
Eastern Ontario Resource Centre website

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Resources for Teens

If your teen is in need of support, encourage them to speak with their school’s support counsellor. Below are some more avenues of support that they can turn to.
 

PMFRC Mental Health Team
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
South Side Community Centre
1578 Wolfe Ave., Petawawa, Ontario
(613) 687-2104 ext. 224

The Phoenix Centre For Children and Families
The Phoenix Centre is operated by Renfrew County Youth Services and provides day programs, group and individual programs, and counselling for families and youth.

The Phoenix Centre For Children and Families
130 Pembroke Street West., Suite 200 (2nd floor)
Pembroke, Ontario
(613) 732-2374 or 1-800-465-1870
Phoenix Centre for Children and Families Website

Kids Help Phone
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s toll-free, bilingual counselling and information service for youth and teens. They provide immediate, anonymous, and confidential support, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They now also offer e-counselling in a safe web environment.

1-800-668-6868
Kids Help Phone Website

SLAAMH - Students Learning About Addictions and Mental Health
SLAAMH is an exciting new Children's Mental Health program to help adolescents with issues around mental health and drug use.

SLAAMH 
73 Renfrew Street, Pembroke, Ontario
(613) 732-2133
SLAAMH Website

Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Counselling Services
Pathways Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services of Renfrew County offers outpatient addictions treatment to individuals ages 16 years and over. They also provide services to teens who are being affected by someone else's addiction.

210 Lochiel Street, Suite 210
Renfrew, Ontario
(613) 432-8573 or 1-888-241-1135
Pathways Website 

Al-anon/Alateen
Like AA, Al-anon and Alateen offer fellowship to help families of alcoholics. Meetings available in Arnprior, Eganville, Renfrew, Beachburg, Chalk River, Deep River, and Pembroke/Petawawa.

Al-anon Website and Alateen Website
(613) 639-3240 (24 hour hotline) 

Programs and Workshops for Teens Dealing With Deployment

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Crisis Intervention Worker 
ciw.pmfrc@bellnet.ca (613) 687-2104 ext. 224