Keep The Conversation Going..

Often we have awareness days where we talk about important things, but after the day is over we stop the conversation.

My hope with this page is to keep the conversation going, and to help link people to the local resourses they need.

Below are links to Mental Health services and support groups in both the Annapolis Valley and throughout the province. 

This page is a work in progress.
Please email with any missing links you think should be here.

Mental Health Services 

Mental Health Crisis Line
1-888-429-8167 (toll-free) 
Available 24 hours, seven days a week

The Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team provides intervention and short-term crisis management for children, youth and adults experiencing a mental health crisis.

902.429.8167 or 1.888.429.8167.

You can also dial 911, or visit your local emergency department.

Provincial Mental Health Services

Annapollis Valley 

Mental Health Services Kentville: 902.679.2567 Ext. 2870
Mental Health Services Middleton: .902.825.4825
Mental Health Services Berwick: 902.583.3111 Ext. 143
CMHA Annapolis County Branch: 902.665.4801
CMHA Kings County Branch: 902.679.7464

Annapolis Valley/South Shore/South West Nova Services


Thereputic & Teaching Programs

Free Spirit Thereputic Riding Association


Rowan's Room 


The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia’s Family Caregiver Education Series in Wolfville, is now open for registration.

The series, available at no cost to participants, will begin March 20. It will run for six consecutive Tuesdays until April 24. It will be held from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Each session will take place at EKM Health Centre. Registration is required.
For more information, or to register for this Family Education Caregiver Series please contact:
Pat Miller, Coordinator Education, Valley, 902-790-4189 or
 If you would like information about other supports and services offered by the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, please call the Alzheimer InfoLine toll free at 1-800-611-6345

 Down Syndrome

World Down Syndrome Day Flag Raising & Proclamation


Landing Strong


Annapollis Valley Chapter of Autism

Autism Nova Scotia

 #AutismNS is advocating for changes to respite funding policy.

Have you been denied respite funding in the last 4 years? Please contact to learn how YOU can help us advocate for change. #ns #nspoli






ADHD Familes Annapolis Valley

Excalibur ADHD Association




No Time For That Anti-Bullying Society

Kids Help Phone Atlantic Canada


Kings County Schizophrenia Society

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