We have modified our services for the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak. Current Foot Patrol services include:
Walk and Talk phone line* (613-520-4449):
Give us a call if you feel unsafe walking anywhere, or if you’re bored, lonely, or feel isolated and want someone to talk to! Available 6:00 PM – 2:00 AM, 7 days a week.
Walk and Talk texting line* (343-883-8169):
Prefer chatting over text? Feeling bored, lonely, or isolated? Send us a message! Available 6:00 PM – 2:00 AM, 7 days a week.
Please note that the Walk and Talk texting line is a temporary service addition due to COVID-19 and will be disabled once regular services resume.
Borrow a First Aid Kit:
Foot Patrol’s Borrow a First Aid Kit service currently offers no-contact delivery and retrieval for Carleton students living anywhere in Ottawa. Please see the Borrow a First Aid Kit heading below for details and contact email@example.com to borrow a kit.
Emergency Response Support (bit.ly/FPCovidResponse):
Quarantined? Need help? Foot Patrol offers short term immediate or personalized emergency support for students in need provided in under 24 hours.
Food Centre Hamper Delivery (bit.ly/FoodHamperDelivery):
Foot Patrol delivers CUSA Food Centre food hampers to the greater Ottawa region every Tuesday and Friday. Hampers can be requested every two weeks. Apply today if you could benefit from food support to help make ends meet!
Care Kits (bit.ly/fpcarekits):
Request one of two free care kits to be delivered or shipped anywhere in Canada or the United States. Available while supplies last. See the linked form for kit details!
*Foot Patrol is not a crisis line. If you are in distress, please call the Ottawa Distress Centre at 613-238-3311 or your regional crisis hotline.