Below you will find a list of community services available in our area. Updates are available in our monthly newsletter, released within the first week of each month. 

Please note, Wollaston Township is not affiliated, in any way, with the “What’s Happening Wollaston” newsletter which is published around the same time each month. 


Public High School “North Hastings High School”
For information on educational services for grades 7 – 12 visit the website.

Public Educational Services
Please visit the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board website.

Catholic Educational Services
Please visit the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board website.

French Language Schools in Ontario
Please visit the website

North Hastings Children’s Services
provides serves families from zero to teen through pre-natal, Early Years and school age programs together with our community partners. Please check their website calendar for listings of free EarlyON programs for children under six years of age.

Loyalist College of Applied Arts & Technology 
Please visit the Loyalist college website

Food Bank
Tri Township Food Basket Food Bank, for more information call, 613-337-5339 or 613-474-1081

  • Open Every Wednesday (Except Holidays) 12:00pm – 2:00 pm
  • Enter at the Coe Hill Legion – 5526 Hwy 620

Hastings County delivers are variety of Community and Human Services Programs including: Meals & Clothing; Transportation & Recreation; Housing & Children’s Services; Employment & Training. For more information please visit the website.

Looking for another local community & social service? Try dialing 211

What is 211?

  • 211 is the source Canadians trust when seeking information and services to deal with life’s challenges.
  • 211’s award-winning telephone helpline (2-1-1) and website provide a gateway to community, social, non-clinical health and related government services.
  • 211 helps to navigate the complex network of human services quickly and easily, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in over 150 languages.
  • 211 connects people to the right information and services, strengthens Canada’s health and human services, and helps Canadians to become more engaged with their communities.
  • When you don’t know where to turn, turn to 211.

Our public water tap located at 90 Wollaston Lake Rd. and is open for use by the public 24/7 with precautions in place for hygienic use of the tap. Please follow all directions at the tap and use only what you need to ensure clean and safe drinking water is available to those who need it. 

Public School
Coe Hill School, built in 1949 with additions in 1960 and 1983, is a rural school serving the townships of Wollaston, Limerick, Tudor and Cashel. It offers classes to students in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Address: 5629 Highway 620, Coe Hill, Ontario Canada K0L 1P0
Phone: 613 337-5711
Fax: 613 337-5744

Community CARE North Hastings
is an invaluable resource for seniors in Wollaston Township. They provide Friendly Visiting, Meals on Wheels, Transportation Services and much more.

Volunteer Community CARE North Hastings
Consider the rewards and benefits of a volunteer experience for your CARE North Hastings. Located at the Royal Canadian Legion in Coe Hill 5526 Hwy 620. 

Hastings County Social Services Housing
Hastings County has partnered with Wollaston Township to build a complex of affordable, geared to income, housing for seniors.

This residence is located at 43 Spring Street (which runs parallel and north of Highway 620.). It is a four-unit complex, with one unit fully wheelchair accessible.

For more information on eligibility or to apply, contact the Hastings County Social Services Housing Branch at 1-866-414-0300 or visit their website to apply online.

North Hastings Family Health Team
provides a wide variety of services for Seniors. For more information please visit the website.

Hospice North Hastings
Medical equipment loan, grief support, home visiting volunteer service, residential hospice. For more information please visit the website.

South East Community Care Access Centre

  • Connects individuals to community health care services
  • Information and referral for health services at or by telephone
  • Coordinates professional home health services and personal care support when needed
  • will connect individuals with organizations to better meet their needs if unable to live safely at home with any combination of community services helps investigate living alternatives such as supportive residential options, retirement homes, long term care homes, convalescent and respite care, access point to Long-term Care Home admission
  • Care Connectors help people without family physicians obtain a family health care provider

Phone: 613.332.2444 Website

Food Bank
Tri Township Food Basket Food Bank

  • Open Every Monday (Except Holidays) 12:30 – 2:00 pm
  • Enter at the Coe Hill Legion – Lower Level 2254 Hwy 620

For more information call 613-337-8616

The Community Development Council of Quinte
is a non-profit, charitable organization and our work encompasses all of Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. The goal of our food security programs is that everyone would have access to an adequate supply of safe, affordable and nutritious food without social or economic barriers. The goal of our social planning work is to heighten awareness, increase understanding and work with all sectors to find solutions for the urgent and emerging social issues in our community. Please visit the website for more information

Community Transit Service are provided by Bancroft Community Transit (BCT)

  • A van service twice a month on Friday
  • Pick up at 8:30 am at the Coe Hill Legion 2254 Hwy 620, and Back to Coe Hill by 12:45 pm.
  • Cost is $5.00 per round trip
  • Call the BCT for more info 613-332-2732

211 Ontario: 211 quickly and confidentially connects people to social services and community connections across the province.

  • You can call, text or chat online to 211 staff


Quinte Health Crisis Intervention Centre: Crisis service based out of BGH for individuals 16+.

  • Talk – 24/7 – 613-969-7400 ext 2753 (or ask to speak with a crisis counsellor)
  • In Person – Daily from 7:30am-11:30pm – BGH Hospital – 265 Dundas Street East, 4th floor

CMHA-HPE: Open Access: Local same day telephone or videoconference mental health support for individuals 16+.

  • Talk – Monday-Friday – 8:00am -4:00pm – 613-967-4734; 1-888-292-0208

CMHS-HPE: Local same day telephone crisis supports for individuals under 18.

  • Talk – Monday-Friday – 8:30am-4:30pm – 613-332-3807 – 1-844-462-2647

After hours consultation:

  • Talk – Monday-Friday – 4:30pm-8:30am/weekends – 1-844-462- 2647 – press option 2 (answering service will have the on-call worker return your call)

KHSC Urgent Consult Clinic: Urgent risk assessment for individuals under 18. • Referrals can be made via family doctor

Talk Suicide Canada:

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-833-456-4566
  • Text – 4pm to 12am ET – 45645


Bullying Canada

  • Call 1-877-352-4497


Overdose Prevention Line

  • Call – 1-888-688-6677

Wellness Together Canada: Free, live counselling 24/7

  • Youth (under 18): Call 1-888-668-6810 / Text WELLNESS to 686868
  • Adults (over 18): Call 1-866-585-0445 / Text WELLNESS to 741741
  • National Overdose Prevention Line: • Talk – 24/7 – 1-888-688-6677

  • Kids Help Phone: For individuals up to 20 years of age
  • Talk – 24/7: 1-800-668-6868
  • Text – 24/7: text HELLO to 686868
  • Online Live Chat: 7pm to 12am.
  • App: Always There

Teen Line:

  • Talk – 9:00pm-1:00am: 1-800-852-8336
  • Text – 9:00pm-12:00am: text TEEN to 839863
  • App – 9:00pm-1:00am: TeenTalk

Good2Talk: For post secondary students.

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-866-925-5454 •
  • Text – 24/7 – GOODTOTALKON to 686868

First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line: Indigenous supports available in English, French, and Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut on request. • Talk – 24/7 – 1-855-242-3310 • Online Chat – 24/7 –

Talk 4 Healing: Culturally grounded indigenous helpline for women. • Talk – 24/7 – 1-855-554-HEAL

Native Youth Crisis Hotline:

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-877-209-1266

Black Youth Helpline:

Trans Lifeline:

LGBT Youthline:

  • Talk – Sun-Fri from 4:00pm-9:30pm: 1-800-268-9688
  • Text – Sun-Fri from 4:00pm-9:30pm: 1-647-694-4275
  • Online Chat – Sun-Fri from 4:00pm-9:30pm:

NEDIC: National Eating Disorder Information Centre

  • Online – Monday-Thursday from 9am to 9pm; Friday from 9am to 5pm; – click the “start chat” button
  • Talk – Monday-Thursday from 11am to 7pm; Friday from 11am-5pm – 1-877-209-1266

ONTX (Ontario Online Text and Crisis Service):

  • Online Live Chat – Daily from 2pm-2am
  • Text – Daily from 2pm-2am daily – 258258

Togetherall (formerly Big White Wall): An online mental health service that offers peer support and self-management tools for individuals 16+ experiencing mild to moderate anxiety and depression and other related conditions. The wall is monitored by mental health professionals 24/7 and is supported by clinical analytics.

  • Online – (click on the “join us” links to register and follow the prompts to complete registration)

The Sexual Assault Centre of Quinte and District (SACQD):

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-877-544-6424

Assaulted Women’s Helpline:

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-866-863-0511

National Human Trafficking Hotline:

  • Talk – 24/7 – 1-833-900-1010

Youthab – Quick Connections: Local, same day single session virtual counselling and therapy for youth aged 16-24. Offered Thursday’s at 9:30am. Sessions can be booked up to 24hrs in advance. •

  • Call – 613-969-0830 and speak to Reception for booking

CMHA-HPE – Central Intake: Local mental health service provider that can connect individuals 16+ with One-Step Therapy, the Ontario Structured Psychotherapy Program, or other AMHS specific programs.

Ontario Structured Psychotherapy (OSP) Program: free psychotherapy for individuals 18+ experiencing depression and anxiety related concerns. Please contact your family doctor for a referral.

  • CAMH –
  • The Royal –
  • Ontario Shores –

BounceBack: Free skill-building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered over the phone with a coach and through online videos, you will get access to tools that will support you on your path to mental wellness.

AbilitiCBT/iCBT: Free online CBT program to help with anxiety symptoms related to the uniquely challenging aspects of pandemics: uncertainty, isolation, caring for family and community members, information overload and stress management.

TeleCBT: Free OHIP covered online counselling specializing in the use of CBT. • Online –

Breaking Free: Free wellbeing and recovery support program that provides CBT tools and support for any type of substance use.

  • Online –
  • App – Breaking Free Companion Canada
  • access code = yhq21

Gambling Self-Help: Free online self-help gambling tools.

CCI – Centre for Clinical Intervention: Free online self-help resources for a variety of mental health problems.

Get Self Help: Free online cognitive behaviour therapy self-help resources self-help resources for a variety of mental health problems.

Connex Ontario: Discover mental health, addiction, and problem gambling services in Ontario.

  • Call – 1-866-531-2600 – 24/7
  • Online – (includes live chat and direct email feature)
  • App – ConnexGO Online/Virtual Tele-Health Care:

CouchMD: Phone appointments with Canadian doctors specializing in mental health

  • Call – 1-647-365-4870
  • Online booking at

Cover Health: Virtual walk-in clinic •

  • Online booking at

Tulip Health: Phone appointments with a doctor

  • Call – 1-647-326-4285
  • Online booking at
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