Contact Centre: 1-877-356-3226 (0830h-1900h)
Course descriptions: redcross.ca/training-and-certification/course-descriptions
Promote a culture of safety in your workplace by posting useful first aid information:
Useful first aid tips -- everything from bike safety to first aid kits to hypothermia.
Food allergy awareness
First Aid for seizures, per Epilepsy Ontario:
Distress Line: 613-238-3311 (English)
Crisis Line: 613-722-6914 OR 1-866-996-0991 (English & French, 16+)
French language support
Ottawa residents: 613-741-6433
Gatineau residents: 819-775-3223
English & French
1-800-668-6868 (age 20 & under)
Text services: text CONNECT to 686868 (also serving adults)
Online chat: kidshelpphone.ca (6PM-2AM)
Online chat: www.dcontario.org/ontx.html
Suicide prevention & support line
English & French
Crisis line: 613-260-2360
Online chat: chat.ysb.ca
For assistance with poison-related inquiries. For emergencies, call 911 instead.
Call 211 to connect with a variety of community resources, including those for physical and mental health, housing, emergency shelter, and more.
Connect to nurses who can provide you with medical advice over the phone.
**IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911 INSTEAD**
Crisis line: 613-562-3333
Providing support for youth, seniors, immigrants, and other individuals in need of assistance.
English, French, Other
Help line: 1-855-242-3310
Online chat: hopeforwellness.ca
Based in Swastika, Ontario, you won't find a better provider up north for your training needs. Their instructors are professional responders and firefighters, so they have lots of real life experience to share.
Website coming soon.
You can't beat the Wilderness First Aid and Wilderness First Responder programs from this company.