Getting Help

The services listed below are available in Halton Region to help you and your loved ones. Each provider has a different approach and methods so it is important for you to read the information on their home pages and decide which approach is right for you.


Halton Government Services 311

In Halton Region, 311 is more than a phone number. Dial 311 for non-emergency, multilingual telephone access to Halton government services. Alternatively, 311 online offers access to a variety of Halton government services.


 Halton Parents

Find out about all the parenting programs and supports offered through HaltonParents.

Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs – Teens

Other resources include:

  • Sometimes it’s hard to know if involvement with drugs and/or alcohol has become a concern. If you are wondering about your own or someone else’s use, you can contact ADAPT. Services are free and confidential to young people, parents, partners, adults and seniors. For more information, click here to visit the Halton ADAPT website.

  • (F.A.S.T.) Family & Adolescent Straight Talk is a registered charity agency, with a mandate to provide an effective and immediate support system for adults, adolescents and families within Halton and surrounding areas. Services are available 24/7 (twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week), 365 days a year.

  • Kids Help Phone is a free, anonymous and confidential phone and on-line professional counselling service for youth. 24/7. 365 days a year..

  • This is a Government of Ontario toll-free confidential, anonymous 24 hour hotline. An online directory of organizations working with youth in Ontario is available through the Drug and Alcohol Helpline.

  • This is an anonymous toll free telephone line that provides information and support to individuals, family or friends affected by drug and alcohol addictions.