Addiction and Mental Health Services KFLA



Our mission is to provide responsive, high-quality, community-based addiction and mental health services that empower clients to be well and achieve their full potential. AMHS serves nearly 8,000 individuals with mental health or addiction concerns across KFLA.

Our vision is a community where all have wellness, acceptance and belonging.


AMHS-FKLA provides community members a wide range of services that provide support to aid in the recovery process. All services are free, confidential, non-judgmental, individualized, and person-driven.

AMHS services include:

  • Crisis Services: 24/7 phone lines, walk-in support, mobile response, intervention, assessments and referrals

  • Access and Intake: Connects individuals to appropriate services, processes referrals, and intake assessment and screening meetings

  • Addiction Services

  • Counseling and Treatment

  • Case Management: For people with mental health concerns living in the community, skills development for problem solving, coping, budgeting, personal care, time/anger/stress management, consulting psychiatrist for medication issues, and collaboration with other services

  • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT): Multi-disciplinary, clinical team providing intensive, collaborative care for people with severe, persistent mental illness living in the community

  • Housing Supports

  • Peer Navigators

  • Justice Services

  • Rural Services

  • Family Resource Centre: Support and information for families and loved ones, lending library, group, and NAMI family to family

Client wellness fund

This year the Community Outreach Commission is fundraising for AMHS-KFLA Client Wellness Fund. This fund is available to individuals via their AMHS-KFLA support worker. Staff are empowered to support individuals they serve with the goal to alleviate hardships and challenges that are a barrier to wellness and recovery.

The Client Wellness Fund is flexible and driven by the needs of individual clients. It may cover costs such as:

  • Transportation

  • Groceries

  • Start-up Housing Kits

  • Medication

  • Childcare

  • Treatment access

100% of all donations go directly to the client with no administrative fees. With every donation you can guarantee you are impacting someone’s life in a positive way.


1 in 5 Canadians are experiencing mental illness or addiction

By the time Canadians reach 40 years of age, 1 in 2 have, or have had, a mental illness

how to access their services

  • Online: Fill out a self-referral form at www.AMHS-KFLA.CA a member of the team will contact you.

  • In person: Walk-in 8:30am-4:30pm weekdays: 552 Princess (Kingston) 70 Dundas E. (Napanee)

  • Phone: Info lines: 613-544-1356 (Kingston & Frontenac) and 613-354-7521(Lennox and Addington)

  • 24/7 crisis lines: The Crisis Team can offer immediate support in an urgent situation, can provide mobile response during certain hours, and can provide referrals to other agency services. 613-544-4229 (Kingston & Frontenac) and 613-354-7388 (Lennox & Addington)