Services & Supports

Western Region Resource Directory (Printable)

Regional Mental Health & Addiction Services Offices:

  • Port aux Basques: 695-6250
  • Burgeo: 886-1550
  • Stephenville: 643-8740
  • Corner Brook                                                 
    • Adult Mental Health & Addiction Services: 634-4506
    • Blomidon Place - Children Youth & Families: 634-4171
  • Deer Lake: 635-7830
  • Bonne Bay: 458-2381
  • Port Saunders: 861-9125

For more information on counselling and other services and support available, visit the Mental Health & Addiction Services webpage or visit the service directory at Bridgethegapp.ca

All Mental Health Services (Corner Brook, Stephenville, Deer Lake, Port Saunders, Burgeo, Norris Point, Port aux Basques) provide promotion, education and prevention services, consultation, assessment and counseling services to children, adults, families, groups and communities for mental health/mental illness-related issues. Mental Health Services accepts self referrals or referrals from other agencies.

Youth Outreach Workers
Youth Early Intervention & Outreach Workers provide support to youth (12-29), support to parents of youth and other family members who are concerned about their teen, and support to schools and community groups for presentation and program delivery on a variety of addictions prevention and mental health promotion topics. See menu to the left for more information, or click here.

Mental Health and Addictions Systems Navigator Are you having difficulty navigating the system or connecting with a service?
Call 752-3916 or 1-877-999-7589; VRS calls are welcome or Email: barry.hewitt@easternhealth.ca

Help Lines:

Online Resources & Supports:
Bridgethegapp.ca - Interactive resources and service directory. 
CheckItOutNL.ca – Free Online Mental Health & Substance Use Screening for Adults 18+
CHANNAL's Weekly Virtual Peer Support Group: www.channal.ca
www.CrisisServicesCanada.ca

Not sure who to call? Help Starts Here.
Call 211 for local community/government programs & services. 

Self-Help Resources & Supports:
Coming Soon! Check back for updates. 

For immediate help, contact your local Emergency Department or Police.