Crisis Hub

Gędęo ~ Meaning Compassion

The Gędęo Community Crisis Hub is a safe space where community members can walk-in or call for crisis support. The Crisis Hub houses specialized mental wellness teams that work together to provide meaningful support to those impacted by crisis.  

Program Name:

Gędęo Community Crisis Hub

Building Name/Address:

1546 Chiefswood Rd,

Ohsweken, N0A 1M0





Hours of Operation:

Office: Monday–Friday (except holidays), 8:00am–11:00pm

Services Offered:

  • Walk-in or telephone Crisis Stabilization and Supports

  • Support Groups including:

    • Mental Wellness

    • Grief Recovery

    • Wellbriety

    • Relapse Prevention

    • Ohahase Treatment Program

  • Community Crisis Response

  • Warm meals provided to community members in need

  • Harm reduction supplies

  • Quiet, supportive spaces to ground yourself

  • Traditional services available

Additionally, our Mobile Crisis Response team works in partnership with the Six Nations Police to provide mobile crisis support and stabilization to individuals throughout the community.

Our Team:

  • Gedeo Workers

  • Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team (MCRRT) Clinicians

  • Mental Wellness Counsellors

  • Addiction Counsellors

  • Intake Workers

  • Crisis Workers

  • Egoyena:was’s - I Will Help you, Concurrent Disorders Workers

  • Supportive Housing Workers

Six Nations Mobile Crisis Line

519-445-2204 or


Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services


24/7 Support Line

Kids Help Line

Call: 1-800-668-6868

Text: CONNECT to 686868


(Online chat available)

First Nations & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line


24/7 Support Line

(Online Chat Available

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