Urgent Care Options
Urgent Care Options
Find various clinics and centres located all over Durham. Learn more about your options for health services
Virtual Care Clinic
The East Region Virtual Care Clinic is a Nurse Practitioner-led virtual care clinic that works with local health care providers to ensure patients can access more timely care.
Find Community Resources
Everyone has health concerns from time to time. Access to expert health care advice, find a physician, guides to healthy eating and more.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Find a Doctor in Your Area : College of Physicians and Surgeons
Durham 211 is a free helpline that connects you to community and social services in your area 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in over 150 languages.
Durham Region has developed its first Community Safety and Well-Being plan (CSWB) through community engagement and data analysis. Link to plan
Durham Information Hub
Durham Mental Health
Browse local health services, news, careers and events for Central East region of Ontario
Information on mental health, illness and support for parents, adults, schools, workplaces and crisis services in Durham Region.
Health Neighbourhoods of Durham Region
Ontario’s 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations coordinate in-home and community-based care for over 400,000 patients every month.
Home and Community Care Support Services
The Navigation Resource Guide E-Book (1st edition) informs participating OHT partners on the navigational resources and tools.
Navigation Services Guide
Children's Health and Development
Durham Region EarlyON Program
ConnexOntario is available 24/7 to people of Ontario for mental health, addictions, and problem gambling services.
Learn how to lower your risk of cancer. Know what cancer screening programs are available to you to help find cancer when it is small and easiest to treat.
Rapid Access to Mental Health and Addictions Services in Durham Region
Breaking Free Online Recovery Support Program
Free, online support tool designed to help Ontarians ages 16 and up reduce or stop the use of over 70 substances, such as tobacco, alcohol and drugs, including opioids.
Digital Therapy Services & Online Mental Health Supports
Virtual mental health therapy clinic that provides guided CBT programs, live sessions and in-person sessions and assessments with licenced professionals.
Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine (RAAM)
RAAM clinics offer fast access to quality care for people living with alcohol and opioid-related addictions. Services included medical treatment and counselling services without a doctor’s referral.
Frontenac Youth Services Quick Access Clinic
Offering Single Session Counselling to Adolescents 12-18 Years Old and/or Caregivers (Family Accompaniment Welcomed).
“What’s Up” Walk-In Clinic
Operating virtually, serve individuals up to 30 years of age and their families who live in the GTA. Free virtual mental health counselling.
GraceWins Peer Support is a not-for-profit mental health peer support organization. Our purpose is to enable those among us that struggle with mental health challenges to overcome these challenges, realize our unique potential and live our lives to the fullest.
Crisis support for children, youth or parents.
Chimo Youth and Family Services, Kinark Child and Family Services and Frontenac Services have joined a new partnership with York Support Services Network (YSSN) to bring the community specialized crisis support for children, youth and families. Children, youth, or parents can access crisis support with mental health clinicians trained specifically in issues of child/youth mental health.
Wellness Together Canada
Wellness Together Canada is designed to be used on demand: you get to choose what you need when you need it. Services range from basic wellness information to one-on-one sessions with a counsellor, to participating in a community of support.
Single Session Intake Process(Catholic Family Services of Durham)
The agency’s intake process includes a screening and single session of therapy usually within a week of reaching out. Clients are screened for appropriateness for the service and are then booked for a single session of therapy (in person or virtual). Clients for whom it is clinically indicated are placed on the waiting list for ongoing psychotherapy. Any client can return to receive another booked single session every four weeks, or until their name comes up on the wait list.
Durham Counselling Walk InClinic (DurhamCHC)
The Durham Counselling Walk-in Clinic (DCWIC) is a free, confidential counselling "walk-in" clinic that provides services for children and youth ages 3 - 19 years and their families. Currently being delivered virtually, the clinic is run by a community collaborative and is staffed by providers from: Catholic Family Services, Lakeridge Health (Pinewood Centre), Durham Community Health Centre, Frontenac Youth Services, Family Services Durham, and Lakeridge Health - Child, Youth and Family Program. The clinic provides same day counselling and runs on a first-come first-served basis. People come to us for many different reasons including family issues, strategies for positive change, stress management, relationship challenges, parenting support, youth development, substance use concerns, etc.