Annual Walk for WALK FOR SUICIDE AWARENESS Watch this space for next years campaign! Learn more! Ontario Online & Text Crisis Services Live Chat and Text is a safe, confidential, one-on-one conversation with a highly-trained
empathic responder. Chat and Text services are for everyone, regardless of
your age, issues or concerns.
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Responder Recruitment Thank you for your interest in becoming a responder volunteer at
Distress Centre Durham. This section of our website will give you all the
information you need on becoming a responder volunteer.
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THANK YOU HOME DEPOT For your generous donation of building a new gate,
deck, landscaping and patio furniture! It looks beautiful.
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You’re not alone in this fight. We are here for you. 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. Call us if you need to talk it out.

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HOW DONATIONS HELP

Distress Centre Durham is a charitable, non-profit, organization which relies on your help through donations. Through the support of generous individuals, and the community, our services continue to thrive and grow. Our commitment is to provide the highest quality of service to callers in distress.

We need your help to do that. Through your kind donation we can continue providing the community of Durham, Crisis/Suicide Support Services:

  • 24 Hour Telephone Helpline Service
  • Crisis Call-Out Program
  • Community Contact Call-Out Program
  • Suicide Survivor Call-Out Program
  • Resource Centre
  • Suicide / Homicide Survivor Support Groups
  • Adolescent Suicide Awareness
  • Community Training / Education

Thank you! Distress Centre Durham wishes to extend the utmost gratitude and appreciation for the difference your donation will make to our organization. We are able to help others because of your help.

Virtual walk for 2020

Thank you to all those who made our first-ever virtual “walk” a great success. In these difficult times, it is important that we stay connected, especially for those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

The Walk has always been an extremely important part of connecting with our clients, volunteers and community members. The Suicide Awareness Walk is a cornerstone of the Distress Centre Durham. While donations were down compared to actual walks, we still met our target!

We are overwhelmed by the generosity of our donors. Special big shout out to our Distress Centre Volunteers who put this all together and made it work. Hopefully, next year’s walk will be in person!

16thAnnual VirtualWalk