Emergency Resources and Helplines
Are you currently in crisis and need to talk to someone immediately? Here are some bilingual helplines in Quebec. If you are currently in danger, please call 911. If it would make you feel safer, you can ask helpline personnel to stay on the phone with you while you wait for emergency services to arrive, and on your way to a hospital/emergency centre.
L’Appui : 1-855-852-7784 - Listening service, support, and referrals for caregivers of older adults
Face à Face : (514) 934-4546 - Counselling service, listening and referral centre, welfare for homeless folks, housing and accompaniment
Interligne : 514-866-0103 / 1-888-505-1010 - Information, listening, referrals and support regarding gender identity and sexual orientation by phone
Kids Help Phone : 1-800-668-6868 - Helpline for kids and teens; counseling, listening, referrals, info
Ligne Parents : 1-800-361-5085 - 24/7 phone counseling and support for parents of children and teens
Multi-Écoute : 514-737-3604 - Listening, assistance and psychosocial support for immigrant populations
ANEB : 1 800 630-0907 - Help and support, reference line for people with eating disorders
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls - Emotional Assistance : 1-844-413-6649 - Toll-free 24/7 crisis call line providing support for anyone who requires emotional assistance related to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
Operational Stress Injury Social Support : 514-457-3440 x 3113 (Montréal Peer Support Coordinator) - Peer support for Canadian Forces personnel, veterans, and their families
Suicide Action Montreal (SAM) : 1-866-277-3553 - Listening line, education and bereavement support surrounding suicide
Tel-Aide : 514-935-1101 - Free, anonymous, non-judgmental listening centre for people in distress. Operates 24/7.
Tel-Jeunes : 1-800-263-2266 (phone) & 514-600-1002 (text) - 24/7 support and helpline; phone counseling for kids and teens under 20