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What is AccessMHA?

AccessMHA makes it easier to help find mental health, substance use health, and addictions support, services, and care. We eliminate the guesswork and work with you to refer you to the services you need, all while supporting you through the process. After reaching out to us, you will be paired with a trained mental health, substance use health and addictions intake specialist who will connect you to the services you need from a network of partner organizations.    

How can I get a referral?

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Physician Referral

AccessMHA is a coordinated point of service access for your patient’s mental health, substance use health and addiction needs. A referral to AccessMHA provides access to a suite of services, removing the guesswork of knowing where to refer your patient. A staff member will assess your patient’s situation and will match them to appropriate services. If an appropriate service does not exist within our network, the AccessMHA staff will help connect them with other local services that might be a better fit. To make a referral, please visit


To self-refer to our services, please visit Type in your address and follow the prompts. If you need assistance, please call us at 613-342-2262.

***AccessMHA is not a crisis service. If your substance use health, addictions or mental health needs are a medical emergency, or if there is a concern you might hurt yourself or someone else, contact 9-1-1, or go to your nearest hospital emergency department.***



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