Quaranteens

The pandemic has been hard for everyone and adapting to virtual interactions, social distancing, and safety protocols is tough. As everyone tries to navigate their own feelings you may be feeling alone, isolated, confused, angry, frustrated – all of this is ok. 

Below is a list of services that are being provided that may help you understand and cope with what you are experiencing and feeling during these challenging times. You are not alone. 

To download a full list of youth services please click here

Mental Health Resources

Addiction & Mental Health Services

amhs-kfla.ca
Call: 613-544-1356

24/7 Crisis Phone Line:
Kingston & Frontenac 613-544-4229
Lennox & Addington 613-354-7388

Youth Case Manager – Matthew Kennedy
Call: 613-328-2438
Email: mkennedy@amhs-kfla.ca

Maltby Centre

Counselling services for youth up to 24yrs and their families, to address mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, emotional regulation, trauma impact.

maltbycentre.ca
Call: 613-546-8535 or 1-844-855-8340

Crisis after-hours line: 613-544-4229
Email: inquiry@maltbycentre.ca

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School is different than it used to be.

We know this doesn't work for everyone. We can help find a way that works for you to stay in school. Talk to your teachers, guidance counsellors, or a caring adult.
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What has helped you deal with school anxiety?

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What has helped you deal with isolation?

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Connecting with others can make you both feel better.

Have a virtual movie night or a virtual visit with a friend. Talk to the people who care about you or call 211.
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Resolve Counselling

Resolve Counselling Services offers a variety of services geared toward helping our clients overcome adversity.

resolvecounselling.org
Call: 613-549-1180
9:00am-5:00pm
Email: intake@resolvecounselling.org

Youthab

Support for youth aged 16-24 with connections to mental health, housing, finances, food, education, employment, health care, life skills, and social/recreational.

Call: 613-969-0830 or 1-866-859-9222
Email: info@youthab.ca

What has helped you deal with technology overload?

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Being constantly connected can be exhausting.

Try unplugging one day a week, or one hour a day. Make it a challenge for your whole family. Think about how social media is making you feel. If it’s bringing you down, log out for a bit.
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Being constantly connected can be exhausting.

Take a break from your devices. Get some fresh air. Talk to the people who care about you or call 211.
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What has helped you deal with Covid-19 overload?

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Housing Resources

Kingston Youth Shelter

Emergency Shelter for Youth aged 16-24 years.

Call: 613-549-4236
Email: transitions@kingstonyouthshelter.com
Message on Facebook

Home Base Housing Kingston Youth Services

Programs, housing and support options for youth between the ages of 16-24 who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.

Call: 613-776-9996
Email: oneroof@kingstonhomebase.ca
Message on Facebook

Housing Help Centre

Offering one-stop housing assistance to individuals who are homeless or require affordable housing

kingstonhomebase.ca/housing-help-centre
Call: 613-531-3779
Email: housinghelpinfo@kingstonhomebase.ca

Family Conflict

Family Mediation Program (KYS)

Youth aged 16-24 years experiencing family conflict and at risk of homelessness.

Text or Call: 613-449-4803
Email: families@kingstonyouthshelter.org

Human Trafficking

Support Available for Victims of Human Sex Trafficking

victimserviceskingston.ca/anti-human-trafficking
Call: 613-548-4834

Substance Use and addictions

Youth Diversion

 youthdiversion.org
Call: 613-548-4535 x 224
Email: info@youthdiversion.org

Addiction & Mental Health Services

amhs-kfla.ca
Call: 613-544-1356

24/7 Crisis Phone Line:
Kingston & Frontenac 613-544-4229
Lennox & Addington 613-354-7388

Youth Case Manager – Matthew Kennedy
Call: 613-328-2438
Email: mkennedy@amhs-kfla.ca

Youthab

Support for youth aged 16-24 with connections to mental health, housing, finances, food, education, employment, health care, life skills, and social/recreational.

Call: 613-969-0830 or 1-866-859-9222
Email: info@youthab.ca

Hungry

Martha’s Table

Serving takeout meals 7 days per week from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

marthastable.ca
Call: 613-546-0320
Location: 629 Princess Street, Kingston

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Offering a hot lunch “to go” between the hours of 10:00am to 12:30pm, Monday to Friday. Emergency Food Pantry is opened to anyone in the community in need of food.  No appointment is necessary.

svdpkingston.com
Call: 613-766-8432
Location: 85 Stephen Street, Kingston

Lunch by George

Program operates Monday to Friday, opening at 9:00am with coffee and snacks, serving soup at 10:00am, and a hot nutritious lunch at 11:00am.

lunchbygeorge.ca
Call: 613-548-4617 x 30
Location: 129 Wellington Street, Kingston

If you don’t know where to go

One Roof Kingston Youth Hub

Provides an integration of services for young people to ensure quick access to appropriate supports.

oneroofkingston.com

Call: 613-542-6672 x 802
Email: oneroof@kingstonhomebase.ca

Things won’t be like this forever.

Have a virtual movie night or a virtual visit with a friend. Talk to the people who care about you or call 211.
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What has helped you deal with loneliness?

Share your ideas with us. #quaranteenskfla
Chat

What has helped you deal with boredom?

Share your ideas with us. #quaranteenskfla
Chat

Things won’t be like this forever.

Travel the world by learning to cook something you’ve never tried before. Join an online exercise class with a friend. Talk to the people who care about you.

Other Resources

211

Navigate the network of human services quickly and easily.

211ontario.ca
Call: 211

Kingston Police

kingstonpolice.ca
Call: 911 – Emergency only
Call: 613-549-4660 – Non-Emergency

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

Provides crisis support, counselling, information, referral and advocacy services for survivors of sexual violence.

sackingston.com
Call: 613-545-0762
Crisis and Support Line: 1-877-544-6424

Kingston Interval House

Young women ages 16+ years with/without children experiencing domestic violence/abuse in need of support, connection to services.

kingstonintervalhouse.com
Call: 613-546-1833
Crisis Line: 1-800-267-9445 or 613-546-1777

Lennox & Addington Interval House

Shelter and transitional housing for female victims of domestic violence age 16+years with/without children.

Also available: Emergency after-hours short-term hotel accommodation (up to 3 days) in Napanee for male and female homeless youth.

intervalhousenapanee.ca
Call: 1-800-667-1010
24/7 Crisis Line: 613-354-1010

Lennox & Addington County Youth Hub

Helping support and link youth 10-24 with services, activities and leadership opportunities.

Call: 613-354-8937 ext. 7210
Call or text: 613-539-9933
Email: youthhubnapanee@kchc.ca or victoriac@kchc.ca

Virtual programs/services until further notice. Appointments given on as need basis.
Updates available via Facebook and Instagram @LAYouthHu

Rural Frontenac Community Services

Provides youth outreach and recreation programs, and also works with various service providers to assist youth with access supports and assistance to remain in their home or find housing.

rfcs.ca/youth-services
Call: 613-279-3151 or 613-532-3152
Email: youth@rfcs.ca

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