Community Resources

Frontline agencies and programs work hard to ensure our community is able to serve all residents, especially those who are in vulnerable situations.

Agencies are often looking for donated items from the community. If you would like to donate, please refer to this list of requested items here.

Below are lists of services and community resources that are being provided in the KFL&A community.

Domestic Violence

Individuals experiencing interrelationship violence and/or abuse are encouraged to reach out to the following  resources:

Download this document for more resources: Domestic Violence Community Resources

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Services for Victims and Survivors of Crimes

Kingston Police

Kingston Police Path of Strength Smartphone App

Kingston Interval House

Kingston Sexual Assault Centre

Resolve Counselling Services Canada

Kingston Frontenac Anti-violence Coordinating Committee

Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac 

Addiction & Mental Health Services – Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington

Ministry of the Attorney General – Violence in the Family

Ministry of the Attorney General – Victim Services Directory

Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres

Addictions and Harm Reduction

These downloadable documents provide individuals with resources for addiction, substance abuse and harm reduction resources:


Seniors in need of support are encouraged to reach out to the following resources:

Victorian Order of Nurses (VON): 
meals, groceries, vouchers

Greater Napanee: 613-354-6668 or
Greater Kingston:  613-634-0130 or

Rural Frontenac Community Services: 
Meals on Wheels, food programs

Call: 613-279-3151 or email:

Kingston Community Health Centres – Seniors’ Food Box: 
Seniors 55+struggling to make ends meet can receive a free box of fresh produce and dry goods, delivered to their home monthly. Currently the program has a wait list, but to find our more Call: 613-530-2239  

Independent Living Kingston:
Check-in calls, on-line peer groups and virtual programming, referrals and information for seniors with disabilities

Call: 613-542-8353 or email:

Resolve Counselling Services Canada:
Counselling for seniors  (free and low cost options available)

Call: (613) 549-7850 or

Seniors Association:
check-in calls, and information, virtual programming to promote physical activity, courses to stimulate their mind, connect with other seniors

Call: 613.548.7810 or

Southern Frontenac Community Services:
check in calls, Meals on Wheels for seniors in South Frontenac

Call: 613-376-6477 or email:

Alzheimer Society KFL&A:

613-544-3078  Toll Free: 1-800-266-7516

Grocery and Pharmacy services:
Many grocery stores & pharmacies offer delivery and/or pickup services. Some offer special hours for seniors. For a list of some of these services click on the pdf below – special thanks to the Seniors Association in Kingston for compiling this information. KFL&A Grocery and Pharmacy Services

Mutual Aid Katarokwi:
You can request free deliveries of food or pharmacy items (they can facilitate your payment)

Call: 613-665-2959


Individuals in need of counselling supports are encouraged to reach out to the following  resources:

Resolve Counselling Services:
9am to 5pm phone counselling for youth, adults, families, individuals

Call: 613-549-7850 or email: intake@resolvecounselling.or

Financial and Credit Counselling:
can be contacted via email at or by telephone 1-800-379-5556

Youth Diversion:
Counselling for youth impacted by substance use through various forms of social media. Limited face to face contact considered. Virtual educational programs

Call: 613 548 4535 or email

Substance Education Workshops and Webinars:
Starting May 1st every Friday at 2pm,
join live on Instagram @youthdiversion

The Maltby Centre:
Phone or video counselling sessions.  Counselling services for children and youth up to 24 years of age

Call 613-546-8535 or 1-844-855-8340 or
Crisis after-hours line: 613-544-4229

Bereaved Families of Ontario Kingston Region:
Providing grief and bereavement support by phone,

613-634-1230 text and over Facebook messenger

Addictions and Mental Health Services:
Phone counselling; all groups are on hold; current clients can access their workers by phone

Call 613-544-1356 or email

24/7 Crisis Phone Lines:
Kingston & Frontenac: 613-544-4229
Toll Free: 1-866-616-6005

Lennox & Addington: 613-354-7388
Toll Free: 1-800-267-7877

Street Health Services:
Same day access to people with addictions and counselling support by phone (Monday through Friday). Harm reduction supplies and consumption treatment services (7 days per week)

115 Barrack Street; 613-549-1440

Family & Children Services KFL&A:
Open And Reachable By Phone 24/7

Call: (613) 545-3227
Toll Free (855) 445-3227

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston:
Counselling available remotely. Crisis line, text and chat available. Intake and referrals are continuing

24/7 crisis and support line 613.544.6424 or 1.877.544.6424

Centre for Abuse and Trauma Therapy:
Counselling Services available online. Open for new intakes; and for all current clients

Call 613-507-2288

Youth Services

For an updated list of youth services offered in KFL&A download the Youth Services List


Community members in need of shelter are encouraged to reach out to the following resources:

Kingston Home Base Housing:
Call: 613-542-6672

In From the Cold Shelter relocated to 670 Maclean Court. Transportation is being arranged for intake. Street Outreach Service is ongoing 613-531-3779

Kingston Youth Shelter:
Emergency Shelter: Email or message via Facebook (Kingston Youth Shelter)

Family Mediation: Youth experiencing difficulties at home or at-risk of homelessness; Call or text 613-572-6977 or email

Prevention Diversion Worker: Housing assistance or help navigating mental health/addictions support; Call or text 613-572-6018 or email

One Roof:
Call 613-542-6672 x 4

Program Administrator: Brendan Perry
Prevention Diversion Case Managers: Skylar Whiting & Sara Hadley
Housing First Case Managers: Danielle Williamson & Amber Horwood
Indigenous Case Managers: Ray Byrne & Cory Herzgog
Crime Prevention Case Managers: Krystal O’Farrell & Kasey Miner
Food & Volunteer Assistant: Brad Stoddart

Ryandale Transition House:
Call 613-548-8466

Kingston Interval House:
Outreach services by phone, text and Zoom; Shelter, crisis line services unchanged; Accepting intakes, following Public Health and Ministry of Health guidelines

Crisis lines: 1-800-267-9445 or 613-546-1777
General: 613-546-1833

L&A Interval House:
Outreach services by phone or text; Shelter, crisis line services

Crisis lines: 1-800-667-1010 or 613-354-1010
General: 613-354-0808

For Tenants struggling financially:
Kingston Legal Clinic 613-541-0777

City of Kingston

Financial Relief Navigator:
An English and French online tool providing a one-stop portal to help vulnerable Canadians access critical emergency benefits and financial relief from governments, financial institutions, telecoms and internet providers


Individuals in need of support or community members looking to support individuals who are homeless can reference the following resources:

Kingston Home Base Housing:

Frequently Asked Questions :

Human Trafficking

Individuals in need of assistance or community members looking to support individuals who are or may be experiencing human trafficking can reference the following resources:

Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac 

If you wish to wish to donate, a list of suggested items can be found here.

Support Services

Individuals in need of community supports are encouraged to reach out to the following resources:

Canadian Hearing Services:
Services are continuing remotely by video; all services available via video conferencing

Toll free 1-866-518-0000

Offices closed; services offered. Peer support continuing through Zoom; Volunteers maintaining delivery services

Call 613-542-4975 ext. 5090

Independent Living Centre Kingston:
Client contact peer chat available remotely; Employment program ongoing

Call 613-542-8353

March of Dimes:
Call 613-549-4141

Food Services

Those in need of food services are encouraged to reach out to the following resources:

Food Sharing Project
Nutritious food available to students and their school. Families can contact their child’s school for information about bi-weekly food box delivery.

HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS)

844 Pricess Street. Mon-Thurs. Take out breakfast 9-10;30am and lunch 1-2:30pm. Indoor pick up.

Lunch By George

129 Wellington St. Hot takeout meals or bag lunches. Mon-Fri 11-11:30pm.

Martha’s Table

629 Princess St. Providing take away hot meals. Mon-Sun 11am-1pm. Now offering a door to door meal delivery service for people that cannot leave their homes. For more information of if you are interesting in participating please visit or call 613-546-0320 ext 0.

Mutual Aid Katarokwi

Offering check-ins, grocery/pharmacy/foodbank box delivery. Leave message at 613-665-2959 

Partners in Mission Food Bank

140 Hickson Ave. Please call 613-544-4100 for appointment. No walk-in service. Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm and 1-4pm.

Salvation Army

342 Patrick St, Pre-bagged grocery services, Housing assistance to Kingston/Frontenac County, Check-in calls available. Please call 613-548-4411 for appointment. Mon-Fri 11am-4pm

Seniors’ Food Box

Offering food boxes for seniors including produce, non-perishables and staples. call 613-530-2239 for more information or to place an order.

St. Mary’s Parish

260 Brock Street. Providing light food/snacks Mon-Fri 1-4pm.

St. Vincent de Paul

85 Stephen St. Providing bag lunches. Food Pantry and warehouse available by appointment 613-766-8432. Mon-Fri 9am-1pm

Loving Spoonful

Fresh food market stands 

Good Food Box program (Kingston Community Health Centres)

A fresh vegetables and fruit distribution program providing monthly access to fresh produce boxes through community host sites.
For more information visit

South Frontenac Community Services – Sydenham Food Bank
By appointment. Call 613-376-6477

 Open to anyone. Pickup on Wednesdays, Meals on Wheels (frozen meals).  Pickup or delivery 5 days/week. $5/meal, some subsidies available.

North Frontenac Food Bank – Sharbot Lake
By appointment (place orders by Monday 3:00pm); Pickup Tuesday and Friday.

Call 613-532-8855

Northbrook/Cloyne Food Bank
Referrals through Land O’Lakes CommunityServices, Pickups in Cloyne on Fridays 11:00-11:30am

Call 613-336-8934

Salvation Army – Food Bank, Napanee
Groceries;12 Mill Street East; Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am-3:00pm; By appointment, limited deliveries

Call 613-354-7633

Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, Napanee
By request at 613-354-2669 or; 

Pre-packaged bags of non-perishable food items; Deliveries on Wednesdays


One Roof – Youth Services Hub is in need of the following items:

  • Deodorant
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Headphones
  • Socks/Bras/Underwear
  • Running Shoes
  • Mouthwash
  • Athletic Gear
  • Towels

Items can be dropped off at 620 Princess Street, Monday – Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm

Street Outreach is in need of the following items:

  • Snow pants
  • Fleece lined clothing
  • Sleeping bags
  • Bus tickets
  • Cellphones
  • Charging cables
  • Portable chargers
  • Packaged healthy snack food like granola bars, etc.

Items can be dropped off at Homebase Housing , 540 Montreal Street, Monday – Friday from 9 am to 4 pm

AMHS is in need fo the following items:

  • Foot and hand warmers
  • Male and female underwear various sizes
  • Male and female socks
  • Male and female long johns various sizes
  • Male and female splash pants various sizes
  • Male and female sweatpants, sweatshirts various sizes

Items can be dropped off at AMHS, 552 Princess Street,
Monday – Friday from 8 am to 4 pm

The Integrated Care Hub now accepting the following items:

  • Gloves
  • Hygiene supplies such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, body wash, lotion, shampoo, conditioner,
  • small individual cups to put shampoo and conditioner in.
  • Non-perishable food items

Items can be dropped off at the Integrated Care Hub at 661 Montreal Street