Important information on COVID-19 / Renseignements importants sur la COVID-19!

We are asking all patients and visitors coming to HSN to please wear a mask as an added step to reduce the spread of germs and protect vulnerable patients. Handmade masks are NOT acceptable. When you arrive at the hospital as a patient or care partner a hospital approved mask will be provided to you and you will be expected to wear it during your time at HSN to keep yourself, other patients and care partners and our staff, physicians, learners and volunteers safe.

Patients going for a procedure where they must remove the mask will be asked to keep it ready to be put back on once the procedure is completed.

Before coming to the hospital, please check our COVID-19 info page for updates.

    Transitional Services

    Short Term Crisis Safe Bed Program
    336 Pine Street
    , Sudbury

    The Safe Bed Program provides a short stay (7 to 10 days) residential program for individuals in crisis.  Priority is given to individuals who are at risk of coming into conflict with the law (non-violent offenders only) and those who would benefit from intensive crisis case management. The program consists of a 24/7 supervised setting and daily case management services provided by the Safe Bed Registered Nurse. Following assessment to determine problem areas, the program will provide support and assistance to help you make changes such as: dealing with mental health issues, dealing with legal issues, locating housing, entering drug or alcohol treatment, managing crisis situations and assistance with managing medical conditions.


    Transitional Outpatient Service (TOPS)
    127 Cedar St
    , Sudbury
    705.523.4988 ext. 4291

    This service is a group-based, recovery-oriented program that provides mental health education, support and outpatient follow-up for adults in transition to the community following discharge from hospital.  The Transitional Outpatient Service is provided by an interdisciplinary team of professionals and supports effective coping and meaningful recovery from illness following hospitalization.  Referrals are accepted from inpatient health care providers.