National Addictions Awareness Week
National Addictions Awareness Week

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA)

November 17-24, 2014

Thank You
Thank You

 

Queen's School of Business
Commerce Outreach Commission

for the generous donation!

Members Activity Calendar
Members Activity Calendar

 

Pop over to the Members Activity Committee area and check out our new Monthly Activities !

Aspiring Workforce Report - CTV News
Aspiring Workforce Report - CTV News

The video created by our local employers and employees will be used by the Commission to illustrate success for all when people are given the opportunity to be in the workforce.

"They come very prepared, they want to work and they're very eager. The job is definitely party of their recuperation ... it's a huge part of their recovery."
- Andrea Payne, HR Manager,  Tim Hortons

Investing With a Social Impact
Investing With a Social Impact



Twelve ventures hit the impact
investing market with SVX,

FCMHAS is one of them!!

I Look Forward to Monday Morning
I Look Forward to Monday Morning

 

See our new video about Employment
and Wellness in the Workplace

Who Do You Know?
Who Do You Know?


 

Only by talking openly and honestly
– at home, at work and in the community –
can we hope to end the stigma associated with mental illness.

What's New
What's New

 

Check in to see what we are up to!

Contact
Contact

 

385 Princess Street
Kingston ON K7L 1B9

p.  613-544-1356
f.   613-544-2346 (clinical)
     613-544-5804 (admin)

Take it seriously (50 - 75 % of all people who attempt suicide tell someone about their plan)

Ask them questions

Encourage them to seek professional help, offer to help schedule an appointment if necessary

If they will allow it, offer to go to the appointment with them

Take action. If the person is threatening or making specific plans for suicide they require immediate attention and should not be left alone

Remove any firearms, drugs or sharp objects from their environment

Take them to a walk-in clinic or a hospital emergency room

Contact one of the several available suicide prevention resources

Follow-up with the them and offer support and encouragement after they begin treatment

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Welcome

Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services is a non-profit corporation providing a continuum of services to those with mental health and/or addiction issues in Frontenac County.  The organization was established in 1972 and has grown steadily over the years from primarily an affordable housing program to a full service agency.  Building on individuals’ strengths, our staff of over 160 offers supports recovery and community for persons with a mental illness and/or an addiction with an emphasis on psychosocial rehabilitation principles and practices.  Frontenac Community Mental Health and Addiction Services once again achieved accreditation in May, 2011 with Accreditation Canada.