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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Office Phone||Description (Brief)|
|Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington, Napanee, Problem Gambling Services||Napanee||613-354-7521||COVID-19 (23 Apr 2020): 24 hr crisis lines, residential programs, ACTT services and phone lines remain open and continue as usual but all other services on hold or cancelled at this time. Ongoing cha ... [More]|
|Métis Nation of Ontario, Bancroft, Healing and Wellness||Bancroft||613-332-2575||CV19 Offices are closed until further notice, however, staff is working remotely to help support programming as much as possible * If Support is required please call and leave a message or email (Marc ... [More]|
|Métis Nation of Ontario, Renfrew, Healing and Wellness Programs||Renfrew||613-432-6499||Community based programs and services * support services are client-driven, family centered and provide holistic care Programs focus on: * healthy parenting * early childhood development * chronic dis ... [More]|
|Responsible Gambling Council||Toronto Downtown East||416-499-9800||Outreach and public awareness * prevention programs for youth * searchable e-library * interactive website * newsletter|
|YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region (The), Ottawa - 180 Argyle Ave, Employment and Newcomer Services - Youth Gambling Awareness Program||Ottawa||613-237-1320 ext 5170||Service designed to help youth, and those who work with or influence youth * identifies and deals with potentially addictive behaviours like gambling * works directly with youth, parents, teachers, or ... [More]|