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  1. Individuals with mental health and psychiatric concerns that may require admission can visit Urgent Psychiatric Care Clinics in Charlottetown and Summerside, instead of going to their regular emergency department, during the COVID-19 public health emergency.No...
  2. Individuals with mental health and psychiatric concerns that may require admission can visit Urgent Psychiatric Care Clinics in Charlottetown and Summerside, instead of going to their regular emergency department, during the COVID-19 public health emergency.No...
  3. By law, anyone who thinks a child is being abused or neglected by a parent or guardian must call Child Protection Services. Call if you think a child is/has: Being physically, sexually or emotionally hurt by a parent/guardian Been hurt and a parent/guardian di...
  4. Provides free confidential support to victims in the aftermath of a crime and throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system. Also provides support to people who feel they have been victimized but have not yet reported the crime or where a charge ...
  5. Provides free confidential support to victims in the aftermath of a crime and throughout their involvement in the criminal justice system. Also provides support to people who feel they have been victimized but have not yet reported the crime or where a charge ...
  6. 24/7 crisis and support line for people who are or who know someone experiencing any type of violence/abuseCOVID-19 UPDATE: Open as usual
  7. Provides Island farmers, immediate family and farm workers with up to 6 free, confidential, professional counselling sessions to help them with a wide range of issues and concerns, including: Stress, anxiety and depression Farm transition issues Family farm pa...
  8. WHEN AND WHERE TO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?From November 17, 2020 to February 21, 2021 it is mandatory to wear a mask in all indoor public spaces in PEI regardless of whether an individual has COVID-19 symptoms or not. Face guards and spit shields do not replace ...
  9. Provides regular, pre-scheduled calls to individuals who are feeling isolated due to the pandemic. The service is provided as a routine safety check and to reduce loneliness. If need be, callers will be connected with other resources in the community that can ...
  10. Grief support groups (open and closed groups) and one-on-one support from trained grief support volunteers, for those who have experienced a loss of any kind.COVID-19 UPDATE: No in-person services * Telephone grief support * Help with finding community resourc...
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