This LHIN includes all of Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand and Brant. It also includes part of Halton (specifically Burlington), and roughly half of Norfolk County, which is shared with the South West LHIN. The Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (HNHB) LHIN covers 7,000 km2 and with approximately 1.4 million people, it is the second-largest LHIN in Ontario in terms of population size.
A map of the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Ontario LHIN shows the various municipalities within the area.
Distress Centre Hamilton
Hamilton Suicide Crisis Line, Education and Resource Centre
Distress Centre of Niagara
Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN does not provide addiction services, but the CAMH, City of Hamilton, and Niagara Region provide the following:
Brant County Addiction Services
CAMH Regional Services
Hamilton & Halton Phone: 519.525.1250
St. Catharines & Niagara Phone: 905.892.9136
Note: Provides communities with information that will help identify and find community addiction and mental health services.
Hamilton City Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling Resources
3rd Floor – 21 Hunter St. East
Hamilton City also has a Community Resource Directory of addiction services.
With a population of approximately 500,000 people, Hamilton Niagara Haldimond Brant (Ontario) offers a variety of private and public programs for drug rehabilitation, alcohol treatment and detox. Use this page as your gateway to Hamilton Niagara Haldimond Brant quick facts, emergency numbers relating to drug abuse, alcoholism, and detox services as well as how to locate your health authority.
Niagara Falls is rich with fascinating history, from battles, to daredevils, the history of Niagara Falls is interesting. Visitors are often surprised by Niagara’s fascinating history and rich cultural heritage. The War of 1812 was a turning point in Niagara Falls history, when the fledgling United States army fought British Loyalists for the new lands that would become Canada. Niagara historical sites, battlefields, museums and military re-creations are a memorable journey into the past. From Fort Erie, south of Niagara Falls, to Niagara-on-the-Lake, north of Niagara Falls, you can visit the past, carefully restored and recreated. Source: https://www.niagarafallstourism.com/about/city-of-niagara-falls/history/Back