THE NEXT DAY
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 email@example.com with any missing links you think should be here.
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Crisis Line
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
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
The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia’s Family Caregiver Education Series in Wolfville, is now open for registration.
We're looking for some help in the Coldbrook/Kentville/New Minas area.
Right now we're in the process of recruiting sponsors for our Walk the Walk for Autism event. The WALK, which takes place on Saturday, June 16th. in Kingston this year, is by far our largest fundraiser. The money raised via pledges, donations and sponsorships at the Walk is what allows us to keep the Autism Centre up and running. This event is what makes it possible for us to continue to provide programming and services for those with autism living in the Valley.
We are looking for some help with delivering Walk sponsorship packages to businesses and organizations from Coldbrook through to New Minas. If you are willing to drop off (and follow-up on) even two or three sponsorship packets we would really appreciate it. We can provide you with company names and addresses or, better yet, if you know of a potential sponsor(s) not on our radar you can help us expand our community connections.
If you can lend a hand, please comment below or contact Sandy at 902-242-2019 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank-you.
#AutismNS is advocating for changes to respite funding policy.
Girls On The Autism Spectrum
Parent Support Group: