Ontario

Mental Health Services

Type of Service

Counselling and Treatment

Program Description

Our service model fully integrates Traditional and Western approaches to assess, diagnose and treat mental health problems across the life cycle. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals work together to go beyond treating only symptoms, by identifying and addressing the underlying issues; for example residual trauma and identity issues due to colonialism, assimilation and residential schooling. Mental Health Services are for all people with concerns about emotional, psychological, behavioural or cognitive health. Priority groups include people who are homeless, people affected by FASD/E, people in mental health crisis, seniors, and people with substance use or problem gambling concerns.

Access Information

Self-referrals are accepted. Walk-in service available as per program hours. Health card from any province is acceptable. Will assist clients in obtaining provincial health insurance. Electronic counselling is available by email for some clientele.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 416-657-0379
Website

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 16 and up
Catchment Municipalities: (Toronto)
Wheelchair Access Yes

Smoking

Policy Allowed
Note

Languages

Odawa Oji-Cree/Ojicree Ojibway Oneida Plains Cree Pottawatami Seneca Swampy Cree English Cayuga Chippewa Cree Delaware Mohawk

Hours

Friday 0900-1700
Monday 0900-2000
Thursday 0900-1700
Tuesday 0900-1700
Wednesday 0900-2000