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FAMILY CRISES

Crise-Ado-Famille-Enfance Program (CAFE): is a rapid and intensive intervention service, for a young people between 5 and 17 years old. Helps to neutralize or stop an individual or family crisis and avoids the rupture of the relationships or the passage to the act (violence).

To make an application, you must contact your CLSC during normal hours, and outside it, via Info-Santé 8-1-1.

– 811 – Info-Santé et Info-Social

– 911 – Urgences-santé

SUICIDAL IDEAS

A support can make the difference to go through that difficult moment.

Communicate without delay with the following resources:

– 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553) – Les centres de prévention du suicide du Québec

– Prévention du suicide Montréal

Suicide Action Montréal: Ligne d’intervention: (514) 723-4000

email: infosam@suicideactionmontreal.qc.ca

site web: http://www.suicideactionmontreal.org/

– Centres de crise du Québec

FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Sometimes being a close relative or a friend of someone who suffers a mental illness, is very difficult. You may feel helpless to face of the situation. You may to need help from a professional to know about the illness and the best ways to help. You, too, may feel overburdened by the emotional stress that comes with the role of companion or caregiver.

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