Mood & Depression Resources Off Campus

You may refer yourself to Mental Health Services by calling the central intake number (1-888-429-8167). Our intake clinicians will ask you questions to help determine the services you need. This intake call may take 15 to 20 minutes and you will be asked for your Health Card number.
You may also request a referral to our services from your doctor, other health care professionals or community agency familiar with your concerns.
Below are a select number of services available by calling the central intake number, or number provided under each resource.

Community Mental Health Services

WHAT IS IT?

Community Mental Health (CMH) helps individuals manage and improve their mental health illness and well-being. The CMH team is made up of health care professionals including occupational therapists, social workers, registered nurses, psychologists and psychiatrists. They work together to access and recommend the most appropriate support. 

HOW WILL IT HELP?

Some of the more common illnesses that CMH treats are:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Psychotic Disorders
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Concurrent Disorders (both mental illness and addiction issues)

The CMH team also works together with community partners such as family physicians, schools, the Department of Community Services and other community agencies, as needed.

HOW DO I Access IT?

A referral from your doctor or other health care provider is preferred, but not required. Please call the Halifax clinic at 902-454-1400.

Connections

WHAT IS IT?

Connections Service is a recovery-focused program that provides supports and opportunities to adults living with mental illness such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder or bipolar disorder, and who also experience substantial functional challenges in their day-to-day lives.

HOW WILL IT HELP?

These supports and opportunities include:

  • Improving life skills (cooking, shopping, budgeting, bus training, etc)
  • Finding employment 
  • Taking part in education opportunities 
  • Making friends
  • Providing treatment, medication and symptom monitoring 
  • Helping to find and maintain an apartment 
  • Working with your family and friends 
  • Getting  involved in individual’s  community
  • Promoting health and wellness 

All services provided are tailored to meet the needs of the individuals and their families. They may be offer at the Connections site or in the community.

HOW DO I access IT?

A referral from your doctor, psychiatrist, mental health clinician or community agency is required. The referral needs to be faxed to the Centralized Intake of Recovery and Integration Services at 902 464-6142.

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