Crisis Resources

IMPORTANT: If you are in immediate crisis, please contact one of the following resources.

For Students Only (During Business Hours)

Counselling and Accessibility Services

Notre Dame Campus
Room D102
Phone: 204-632-3966

Exchange Distract Campus
Room P210 (Roblin Centre)
Phone: 204-949-8375 

  • Professional counsellors will assist current or prospective students in crisis.
  • “Go to” resource for a student at risk during office hours (Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm).

For Staff Only

Homewood Health

Phone: 1-800-663-1142
TTY: 1-888-384-1152
Web: Online Form

  • Employee and family assistance plan, for RRC Polytech employees and their families.
  • Homewood Health can provide immediate crisis counselling over the phone.
  • Counsellors can also provide advice and consultation to an employee who is concerned about someone else who may be in crisis.
  • This service is confidential; your employer will not know that you contacted Homewood.

For Anyone, Anytime

Crisis Response Centre (CRC) – 817 Bannatyne Ave.

  • 24/7 mental health walk-in service.
  • Will see people at risk of suicide or experiencing any form of mental health crisis.
  • Staffed with crisis clinicians, psychiatric nurses, and access to psychiatrist/psychologist.
  • Much more calm and comfortable than emergency room.

Mobile Crisis Service

Phone: 204-940-1781
TTY: 204-779-8902

  • Mental health professionals who will speak to you or any adult in crisis over the phone, or visit you in person.
  • The person in crisis must voluntarily accept service.
  • Service will not visit if person in crisis is intoxicated or has a weapon.

Manitoba Suicide Prevention and Support Line

Phone: 1-877-435-7170
Text: 45645

9-1-1 Emergency

  • Call if you or someone else is immediately at risk of suicide.
  • Call if someone in crisis is threatening, violent or in possession of a weapon.

Klinic Crisis Line

Phone: 204-786-8686
Toll-free: 1-888-322-3019
TTY: 204-784-4097

  • Call to speak to a counsellor.
  • Get help solving a problem.
  • Learn about programs or resources that can help you.