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Community Resources

Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resource Guide for Kingston and the Surrounding Area

TALK lineTALK Line
A phone line dedicated to serving the Kingston community and beyong, offering confidential non-judgmental and anonymous listening service
613-544-1771

AMHS-KFLAAMHS-KFLA Crisis Line
Addiction and Mental Health Services – KFL&A
Crisis line available 24/7, 365 days a year

613-544-4229

Good2talkGood2Talk
A free, confidential, and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions, and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario

K3CK3C Community Counselling Centres
Offers professional counselling at an affordable cost or for certain programs at no cost


LBGTQ Resources

Out/In KingstonOut/In Kingston
An event portal for LGBTQ+ events in Kingston

HARSHARS Kingston
HIV/AIDS Regional Services provides education and support to individuals and organizations in Kingston and the surrounding region

ReeloutReel Out Arts Project Inc.
Queer film and video festival that celebrates queer media arts and contributes to community vitality

Beers4QueersBeers for Queers
Bi-weekly night of friends and beers for members of Kingston's LGBT community and their allies, all identities and orientations welcome

COLAComing Out Living After (COLA) Kingston
A queer discussion group for all members of the Kingston community


Other Resources