Within Ottawa: 613-722-6914
Outside Ottawa: 1-866-996-0991
A confidential crisis intervention service provided via telephone. For anyone who is in distress, depressed, or considering suicide.
1602 Telesat Ct, Gloucester
Supporting families caring for children by investigating allegations of child abuse or neglect, protecting children and, when necessary, ensuring alternate care for children who may be neglected or abused and/or have special needs; advocating on behalf of children and their families.
311 McArthur Ave, Ottawa
Provides rental properties that are geared-to-income for Inuit families and singles living in the Ottawa area. Inuit are given priority on waiting list for 63 units, after which Métis and Status Indian applicants are considered.
At any given time of day or night, people in the community require support & assistance. Whether they're depressed, lonely, overwhelmed or so distraught that they are contemplating suicide, they will always find a supportive & caring person to speak with. Phone lines operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
29 Bayswater Ave, Ottawa
The first integrative cancer care and research centre in central and eastern Canada, established to improve quality of life for those touched by cancer. Through clinical practice, research and education, The Centre strives to assess and reduce possible causes of cancer, while exploring innovative integrative treatment.
108-211 Bronson Ave, Ottawa
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. has not approved, endorsed, or reviewed this website, nor is it affiliated with it, and the ability to link to A.A.’s site does not imply otherwise
Kids Help Phone is Canada's only national 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth.
171 George St, Ottawa
Motivated by Christ-like values and beliefs, The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre provides effective, client-centered programs and services, which respond to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the vulnerable in our community.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit, international, community - based organization for recovering addicts. Narcotics Anonymous members learn from one another how to live drug-free and recover from the effects of addiction in their lives.
The Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (ORCC) supports and empowers women, gender-fluid, non-binary, and trans survivors, all working together to build a stronger community response to sexualized violence and women's health.
2675 Queensview Dr, Ottawa
Youth Services Bureau is a multi-service agency that provides services in French and English in employment, health and housing, mental health, youth engagement and youth justice. We work in partnership to develop, deliver and advocate for better conditions, services, and opportunities for youth and families.
Province-wide free, anonymous counselling, information, and referrals to sexual health clinics and community agencies on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, birth control options, sexual orientation and gender issues.
35 Waller St, Ottawa
The Core Purpose of the Ottawa Mission is to reflect Jesus’ love in serving the homeless, the hungry and the lost. The Mission aims to provide food, shelter, clothing and skills, and offer healing, faith and hope for building a wholesome life.
250 City Centre Ave, Ground Floor, Ottawa
To enhance the quality of life for Aboriginal people in the Capital region, and to maintain a tradition of community, an ethic of self-help and development, as well as to provide traditional teachings from our elders.
221 Nelson St, Ottawa
Every Friday, the Wabano Housing First team welcomes all Indigenous community members to join them in a nutritious and balanced meal through the Biindahgen program that operates out of Sandy Hill Community Health Centre.
233 Murray St, Ottawa
Around-the-clock, comprehensive services to both women and men, most of whom live with addictions, mental health challenges and trauma. From a 254 bed shelter, to 5 supportive living residences across the City of Ottawa, over 450 men and women sleep in the facilities each night. By offering innovative programs and services in a non-judgemental environment, Shepherds of Good Hope is creating a community for all through acceptance, compassion and care.
299 Montreal Rd, Ottawa
Established in the National Capital Region in 1998, the mandate of the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health is to prevent ill health, treat illness, and provide support and aftercare programming. Services are offered in a culturally sensitive way that welcomes, accepts and represents all Aboriginal peoples.
150 Gloucester St, Ottawa
Since 1971, Operation Come Home has been working with street-involved youth in Ottawa and across the country to help them reach their highest potential.
1 Nicholas St, Ste 422
South Ottawa Community Legal Services and Community Legal Services Ottawa Centre, are independent non-profit agencies providing free legal assistance to low income individuals living within specified geographic boundaries our clinics serve.
73 Albert Street , Ground Floor
Legal Aid Ontario has a statutory mandate to promote access to justice throughout Ontario for low-income individuals.
309 Cooper St, Suite 502,
Housing Help is a non-profit charitable agency providing assistance to people in the City of Ottawa who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, to access and maintain appropriate and affordable housing.
404 McArthur Ave (Heartwood House) Room 204 - By Appointment Only.
Suits his Style helps reduce poverty in our community by providing interview clothing and/or industry appropriate clothing to low income, unemployed men in need of employment.
314 Booth St.
Providing emergency shelter and safe affordable permanent housing for women in Ottawa, and helping women build a meaningful life that fits their individual needs.
5 Myrand Avenue, Ottawa, ON.
Ottawa Inner City Health (OICH) is an organization that provides health care to the homeless and street communities.
Through using " Open Path ", clients can log on and use these courses for court, probation, and more!
If you are court mandated to complete a course, we recommend you follow these steps:
Sign up today and let your probation officer know, or add it to your bail plan!
"Father to the fatherless, defender of widows—this is God, whose dwelling is holy.
God places the lonely in families; he sets the prisoners free and gives them joy." Psalm 68:5-6 (NLT)