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Due to local country and region laws and regulations, it can take 30 days to process your application. Our Global International Banking Centre team will keep you regularly updated on the progress of your application through telephone and email. If you have any questions, please reach out to your Case Manager during Canadian Business Hours. Artbeat Studio Inc. provides social supports, working art studio and gallery space, and mentorship for individuals living with mental illness for the purpose of recovery and empowerment. To provide a timely and high-quality response to de-escalate, stabilize and support those in mental health and addiction crisis. The service is delivered in partnership with Peel Regional Police and the Ontario Provincial Police. For your own safety, do not communicate sensitive or personal information over email – contact us by telephone, fax, or visit us in person at your local Detachment or General Headquarters. Due to local country and region laws and regulations, it can take up to 30 days to process your application. Using best practices in implementation, our teams help communities use evidence and adapt it to improve the system of care for individuals and families with mental illness including addiction needs. The aim of the network is to support the development and implementation of effective treatment and support systems for people in the early stages of psychosis. For information on health care centres including a diversity of healthcare support located in your current province/territory, check out theCo-operative Education mental health resources page. In this program, patients receive a comprehensive assessment, case management and rehabilitation support. Individualized treatment plans are developed along with the patient to improve the patient’s quality of life and ability to engage meaningfully with their community. The type of service offered is determined by evaluation of needs and may be provided through individual and/or group support. Behaviour intervention is provided to children and adults through a comprehensive assessment followed by positive-based teaching and programming. A full range of challenging needs are addressed and include general management issues, aggression, self injury, skill promotion, and social problem solving. PCM offers a number of services in Winnipeg and around the province to support those living with mental health challenges through education, peer support and advocacy. To qualify for this program, you will need a letter from your healthcare provider to confirm that you have an appointment at least 7 days before your requested flight. Your family member or caregiver must travel with you to and from the appointment to have their flight paid for. If you live in Labrador, Air Daffodil can help you get to cancer treatments that are included under the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Care Plan . We can provide up to 3 return flights per year, which can be split between you and a family member or caregiver. This service is available to get you to appointments anywhere that PAL Airlines flies. A caregiver is someone who looks after a sick, frail or disabled relative, friend, or neighbour. Supportive programs and services are available to help caregivers cope with their responsibilities and may include self-help, informal counselling, recreation and resources. DSO Central West Region continues to closely monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continues to observe Health Canada’s recommendations. The processes and work environments for staff at DSO continue to be reviewed by the Sunbeam Pandemic Committee, with a focus on safety, health and wellness of staff, clients and families alike. Public Health officials continue to advise that social distancing is the most effective strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As such, effective July 4th, all DSO CWR offices are now open by appointment only. We want to hear from the people we serve throughout the Region. In this section you will find a number of ways you can reach us by email, telephone or fax.
We provide our partners across Ontario with an IT platform, customized analytics and evaluation services to create more evidence-informed systems. We’re on the ground working with partners across the province to transform Ontario’s mental health system. Vision & Guiding Principles How do you replace an institution with an urban village? Lots of planning, imagination and a long-term commitment to serving patients, staff and the community. Mental Health Statistics The latest facts and statistics on mental illness and addiction, who’s affected and their impact on Canadians. Clinical & Research Opportunities for Professionals in Training Study in a world-class setting to become a leader in the field of mental health. Personalized Care By understanding diverse groups, we prevent, diagnose and care for each one with greater precision and personalization. Research Areas at CAMH Brain Science CAMH is revolutionizing our understanding of the brain and the causes, biomarkers and treatments of mental illness. ASYR is working in partnership with hospitals in York Region, South Simcoe and Toronto, to offer Rapid Access Addiction Medicine clinics for quick access to quality care. After business hours please, leave a message and your call will be returned by a clinician. To report a lost or stolen Canadian passport, please attend the nearest Passport Canada office. See the words “your online police report has been submitted”. For directional support and/or information about resources in your current location. If contacting the Health Unit, please note we continue to experience high call volumes and will respond as soon as possible . You can leave a message or use our Click & Connect system to submit questions. Suicidal ideas and thoughts or the development of a concrete plan to end your life. Activities are structured to maintain quality of life and independence for clients by providing cognitive, physical and social stimulation. Our role as a health care leader in our communities is always our number one priority. We understand the importance of our ability to serve you during this global health event. We have been Serving The Greater Toronto Area Over for over 15yrs in the moving and transportation business. I offer a pick up and delivery service, with my van, to local residents who do not have access to a large vehicle to transport items that they want to purchase or sell to other buyers. I provide transportation of your Goods, Packages and Furniture’s from point of Sale or specified pick up Spot to your desired Destination. The Laurel Centre provides individual and group counselling to women who have experienced childhood and/or adolescent sexual abuse. This agency recognizes that many survivors have compulsive coping behaviours that grow out of their attempts to cope with the pain that comes from their abuse. The Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line is for people who are struggling with suicidal thoughts or feelings, concerned about a friend, family or co-worker, impacted by a suicide loss or suicide attempt. We acknowledge the long-standing relationship of The Freemasons of Manitoba as a lead supporter of the Wheels of Hope transportation program in Manitoba. Funding from the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon supports the Wheels of Hope program. For times and meeting location contact Sarah Hay directly by phone or email.
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Your donation will fund the groundbreaking mental health research that is helping people on the path to recovery. Make a one-time donation With your support, CAMH researchers are revolutionizing the ways we diagnose, treat, and prevent mental illness. Research Discoveries Research Discoveries At the leading edge of breakthrough mental health and addiction research for over 50 years. If you’re feeling anxious or hesitant about going to a RAAM clinic, consider bringing a supportive person with you. Changing your substance use can be very difficult, and having someone with you while you speak to the team may make you feel less overwhelmed and less alone. Central Intake can answer your questions, guide you through the referral process or steer you to an agency or service in the community that can best meet your needs. Contact us during regular University of Waterloo hours at Counselling Services or Health Services, and we’ll try to find local supports to help you. The focus of the clinic is promoting positive sexuality while reducing problematic sexual behaviours, through individualized assessment and treatment. Follow the COVID-19 restrictions and public health measures and book your appointment to get vaccinated. Before Canada and BC were formed, Indigenous peoples lived in balance and interconnectedness with the land and water in which the necessities of life are provided. Health disparities persist, which are due to the impacts of colonization and Indigenous-specific racism. Island Health acknowledges and recognizes these homelands and the stewardship of Indigenous peoples of this land; it is with humility we continue to work toward building our relationship. If you require health care advice for a non-urgent concern, call HealthLink BC at 811. The following list of resources is to assist community partners, local government, and agencies working with underserved and vulnerable populations. Develop a basic understanding of colonialism’s impact on health care and health outcomes for Indigenous people in Canada. The Post-Partum Warm Line provides education, assistance, coping techniques, and support for those struggling with postpartum depression and other related mood and anxiety disorders. Services may include individual counselling, group counselling and specialized treatment programs such as detoxification, opioid replacement therapy, and short-term or long-term rehabilitation. Heidi FitzGerald is a psychologist who works with Horizon as clinical coordinator for the Child and Youth team in St. Stephen. She shares helpful tips for families to improve their mental well-being during this stressful time. Since 1981 the Sooke Region Museum has hosted the region’s official Visitor Centre, part of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Arts Visitor Centre network. We serve visitors from around the world with inquiries in person, by mail, email and phone. Do you need to travel across town — or across the province — to receive cancer treatment? We will work with you to help you find the best option for travelling to your treatment. The Access operator will ask you some questions to decide how quickly you need to be seen. Mental health crisis or urgent concerns will be given priority. Depending on how serious, there may be a wait of a few weeks for your first appointment.
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Community Mental Health services are provided through Southern Health-Santé Sud and are paid for by Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living. In a one-time walk-in session, you can discuss your struggles, explore coping, and get information about other resources that might help. Anything that is on your mind is a good reason to schedule a drop-in counselling session. These services are located outside of York Region, but provide service to York Region. Connect with us to learn about ways your business or organization can support our community. Crisis support is offered over the crisis line and in-person in Peel Region and Dufferin County. Crisis support is offered over the crisis line in West Woodbridge and North Etobicoke. 24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin is not an emergency response unit. If your situation is a life-threatening emergency, call 911. It is important to keep your area DSO up to date when there are any changes in your situation. For example, call us if you are planning to move or change your phone number. This helps us to make sure that we have your current contact information and to confirm that you wish to remain on the service registry. This is to confirm that a person with a disability will have barrier-free access to our office and reception area, as per the Treasury Board Real Property Accessibility Standard. Please note after March 10, our vaccine clinic email address will only respond to patient questions for those who received a vaccine prior to the clinic closure date. Children age 12 and older have the legal right to consent to counselling on their own behalf. We cannot share information about their counselling with anyone without their written consent. What happens during counsellingDuring your first counselling appointment, your counsellor will spend time getting to know you. This online feedback from is not meant to replace the public complaints process available under the Police Services Act . Our online Citizen Self Reporting tool allows you to report minor crimes such as theft, property damage and driving complaints. You can use this tool to submit a report from your computer or mobile device without going to an OPP detachment. All submissions will be sent directly to the OPP and reviewed by an officer. We collect personal information under the authority of the Municipal Act. We’ll forward your inquiry and personal information to the appropriate department for response. Collect your personal information, such as your name, phone number, and the reason for your call. This information helps us to best respond to your question or request. Translation on this website is carried out by Google Translate, a third-party provider. Please note that accuracy, page structure and accessibility may vary across languages. The Region of Peel is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate translations and will not be held responsible for any damage or issues that may result from using the translator. This number may not be accessible from some mobile network providers. Before you call, have your serial number ready orstart your support request onlineand we’ll connect you to an expert. Babies who qualify for the single surveillance visit and “pass” are discharged and are no longer monitored by the program. Those who “pass” and are on one of the multiple assessment tracks will be recalled for the next regularly scheduled follow-up until they reach the end of their assessment track when they will be discharged. Those 18 years and older can have appointment for second booster/fourth dose at recommended interval of 140 daysafter third dose . Our Assistance Centre is ready to assist you 24 hours a day, each day of the year.
Inclusion or omission of a program or service is not a comment on its quality. Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis LineThe Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Line provides support to anyone 12 and up who have experienced sexual assault. If you see an animal in distress and the animal’s life is in danger, call 911 immediatelyas this is an emergency. Travel Treatment Application, which includes a section that a healthcare professional needs to complete. The Canadian Cancer Society is pleased to acknowledge the financial support for the Wheels of Hope program by the Government of Manitoba. Scholars’ Hall is the only nondenominational private school in KW. Students from all faiths and all nationalities feel equally at home in SH. You do not need to make an appointment, but try to arrive at least 30 minutes before your hearing. Tenant duty counsel give priority to tenants with eviction hearings. Assist tenants at hearings with procedures, such as urgent review applications and requests for adjournments. Over 70,000 volunteers share their energy, skills and bird observations with our Citizen Science programs annually. Health Benefits for First Nations clients living in British Columbia are provided by the First Nations Health Authority. Stay up to date on charitable giving news, read stories of philanthropy, and learn how your dollars are making a difference right here in our community. With the generosity and support of people like you, together, we can can build a stronger Waterloo Region. Check our community expansion list to determine if an expansion surcharge will apply to you. Transport Canada is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. In response, we have issued some transportation-related measures and guidance. If you require assistance from DSOCWR, please don’t hesitate to contact the office directly or through toll-free number. Due to COVID-19, many organizations have changed how they are providing services or may be temporarily closed. Call, or check the service website, for additional information. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency supports the PEHSUs by providing partial funding to CDC/ATSDR through an Inter-Agency Agreement. The findings and conclusions presented have not been formally disseminated by CDC/ATSDR or EPA and should not be construed to represent any agency determination or policy. Use of trade names that may be mentioned is for identification only and does not imply endorsement by the CDC/ATSDR or EPA. Management oversight and monitoring that ensures FSD is accountable and resources are used to maximum benefit. FSD is part of the Social Services Department, which was awarded the Order of Excellence from Excellence Canada in 2015. This accomplishment is a result of staff engagement surveys, cross-divisional work groups, and a demonstration of positive service outcomes for our clients. Working together with community partners to support client and community well-being. Providing services to all residents and employees of Durham Region regardless of income or ability to pay. Embracing diversity and providing responsive services in meeting client needs. Focusing on continuous improvement by monitoring and evaluating how services make a difference for clients and the Region. Using evidence-based/informed approaches, and measuring client satisfaction to ensure responsive services. Philosophy statementTo provide a caring, compassionate environment where people can recognize and develop their own capacity for change. ConfidentialityInformation you share with intake staff and your counsellor will remain confidential. We will only release it if we are legally required to tell other professionals. The OPP operates out of 165 detachments, five regional headquarters, one divisional headquarters and one General Headquarters. Our Provincial Communications Centres operate 24/7, answering emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Accessible formats or communication supports are available upon request.
If hearing loss is identified, arrangements are made to refer the infant for a medical assessment. In the event you experience a medical emergency during your trip, please call our Assistance Centre as soon as possible and prior to any medical treatment. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect Canadians and we’re here to help. For the latest information, guidelines and how we’re supporting our travel customers, please visit our dedicated COVID-19 travel page. Deployment is one of the most significant experiences of being in a military family. Your Military Family Resource Centre is well aware of the challenges liv… Collaboration – We work in partnership with families, the community, military leadership and the Canadian Armed Forces. If you are moving abroad you can open your new chequing account before you leave so it’s set up when you arrive. You must meet all HSBC qualifying criteria and document submission requirements.
- History of Queen Street Site Our history—evolving from an asylum into a modern health facility with patients at the centre of care—is the history of mental health care in Canada.
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- Psychiatrists and psychologists in the region are available to see children, youth, adults and older adults.
- Our team focuses on evaluating how system work gets done and its impact at the local, regional and provincial level.
To review legislation go to Ontario (/laws), Indigenous Services Canada (/en/indigenous-services-canada.html), or Government of Canada (). For service information, articles, and caregiving resources, you can also visit CaregiverExchange.ca. If you require assistance from DSO CWR and would like to speak with a staff member in person please don’t hesitate to contact the office through our toll-free number and we will be pleased to assist you. Please note that Motor Vehicle Safety does not have a regional presence at Transport Canada Centres. Their services are available through the following toll free numbers and e-mail. If you are unable to reschedule your appointment, please rebook at a Public Heath-run clinic or pharmacy. To locate a pharmacy where you can book an appointment, please visit the provincial resource to find a location near you. You can also book an appointment at a provincial GO-VAXX mobile vaccine clinic. This site links to the regional PEHSU sites, state and federal agencies, and professional associations representing clinicians in ACGME-recognized medical specialties. Your counselling fee will be discussed when you call, and set by the intake worker. If you cannot afford your fee, you can discuss this with your counsellor. Family Services Durham provides individual, couple and family counselling to people who live or work in Durham Region. Please visit the Questions and Answers area of this website for responses to some frequently asked questions. If you can’t find what you are looking for on this site, please submit your question using the Feedback form below, or contact us for more information. Feedback can include positive comments, compliments, general comments, and suggestions for improvement. For help or more information, connect with us online or speak to us by phone or in person. Multiple assessments with an audiologist over a period of time. The specific number of visits and the timing between them will depend on the specific risk factor identified. Depending on the risk factor, some babies will also be eligible for additional high risk monitoring through the Infant Hearing Program even if they do not have any permanent hearing loss at birth. Newborns with a risk factor for hearing loss should be screened using Automated Auditory Brainstem Response technology. A refer result means the baby should have a full hearing assessment.
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The data, evaluation, leadership and transformational analyses team develops and maintains a provincial data management system. This system supports community addictions and harm reduction partners in collecting, storing, analyzing and reporting on their data. In addition, our live help desk ensures we are engaged and can support our partners across Ontario. Our team focuses on evaluating how system work gets done and its impact at the local, regional and provincial level. We build capacity among our partners and coach them to use best practice data and evaluation methods. Together we are helping to create stronger and more evidence-informed systems. 24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferinis a voluntary community crisis service that is comprised of a team of crisis support workers who are registered social workers, nurses and occupational therapists. Individuals can call for direct support or to request help for someone they are concerned about. A crisis support worker will speak to you over the telephone to assess the nature of the crisis and to put a plan in place to ensure safety and support. Family Support Workers are available to families of children identified with permanent hearing loss to help with the process of accepting the hearing loss and dealing with its implications. Referral Form For mental health services, a referral form needs to be completed by a healthcare provider. CMHA serves the needs of all Manitobans through a variety of services and supports. CMHA promotes the mental health of all people in Manitoba and support the resilience and recovery of individuals experiencing mental illness. Kids Help Phone provides online and telephone counselling and volunteer-led, text-based support in English and French to youth across Canada. Kids Help Phone also provides information on how to access community support services for youth. If necessary, a community mental health worker will assist you in arranging an appointment to see a psychiatrist or a psychologist. Psychiatrists and psychologists in the region are available to see children, youth, adults and older adults. The H&R MFRC’s programs are designed to support the unique needs of families with children living the military lifestyle, and to support healthy child,… Central Intake is the front door to services and supports for children and youth who need help with a mental health issue. Our behavioural services team works with individuals with a developmental disability in York Region or Simcoe County. In this program service delivery is matched to needs and may be provided through individual and/or group support. Following a behaviour assessment, a behaviour support plan is created that includes prevention, skill building and intervention strategies. The Mental Health and Wellness Resource Finder provides a number of mental health, wellness and addictions supports and resources for you and those you care about. At your first visit, you will be asked a variety of questions related to your mental health as well as details about your goals and expectations. You will be provided with recommendations to assist you with your recovery. You will work with your community mental health worker to decide whether or not you want to work on the recommended recovery plan. The H&R MFRC offers a variety of programs and services for Francophone military families integrating into the community.
Service in over 200 languages is available over the phone and at our Access Peel counters. A limited number of babies will skip the hearing screen and be referred directly for a full audiology assessment. Please note that only permanent residents of Ontario are eligible for Infant Hearing Program services. Hearing screening is available to all Ontario newborns at no charge. This service is provided under the Ontario Infant Hearing Program which is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services. Oak Valley Health is the lead agency for the Tri-Regional Infant Hearing Program. The Hospital partners with agencies to deliver services across the Tri-Region. This page and all contents are copyright, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, all rights reserved. The Help Line will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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We want to hear from you as we strive to provide quality, accessible and compassionate health services for all. An intake worker will take your call and assess your situation. Your appointment will usually be at the location closest to you. The intake worker may not think our services are fitting for you. If so, they will offer you referrals to other community resources. The H&R MFRC offers a range of services and programs to support families, including counselling services.
Excellence – Our programs and services are flexible, responsive, strength-based, diverse, inclusive and relevant to those we serve. EENet is a province-wide knowledge exchange network that is supported by a team of knowledge brokers and communications specialists, located across the province. The team brings people together, responds to evidence requests, supports the implementation of interventions, and builds capacity so that others can use evidence. Our knowledge brokers search for relevant evidence, develop easy to understand knowledge resources and courses, and support communities of interest and practice. The Mental Health Facility of the Future The Mental Health Facility of the Future Turning what was once a walled institution into a symbol of hope for the future of mental health care. Download the app to quickly access mental health support information. Something happens or a chain of events occur that exceeds our capacity to cope. We may have reached out to our families and friends to get support, gotten through it, and moved forward; or, we may have found ourselves alone and unable to cope. To be eligible, patients must be 16 years and older living with an acquired brain injury. Service is available to individuals living within York Region, Simcoe County and Muskoka. Some organizations have satellite offices in communities outside of Winnipeg, supported by their regional health authorities. The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to offer counselling and crisis intervention available in English and French – upon request, in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktut. Manitoba Farm, Rural & Northern Support Services provides telephone and online counselling to farmers, rural and northern Manitobans. Personal Health Records Information about how to access your personal health information. Patients are assessed within four weeks by an Advanced Practice Provider with specialized skills and training. The Advanced Practice Provider will discuss treatment options with you and come up with a personal plan that is right for you. This helps to reduce the time it takes to see a specialist, begin treatment, and if necessary, have surgery. Add to Clipboard These services may or may not be regulated in Ontario. Consumer Protection Ontario can help you ask the right questions before you choose a service. If you have a concern or serious complaint about a non-regulated service, visit /page/consumer-protection-ontario/ for further information.
Patient appointments are being completed either in person or virtually by telephone. Your mental health and emotional well-being is an ever-changing part of who you are. By being self-aware, you are able to take positive steps towards mental health and wellness when the balance between health and illness is disrupted. Positive mental health, feeling well, functioning well and being resilient in the face of life’s challenges improves quality of life and is an important part of your overall health and well-being. Even when there are ongoing limitations caused by mental health problems and illnesses. Services for eligible clients in these territories are managed by the territorial governments. Clients living in these Territories who access these services when out of territory should contact the NIHB office in the region where they obtained services to make a claim. We are proud to partner with and support a number of free, online services to help you navigate social, financial, health, and other supports near you. FSD provides counselling in locations throughout Durham Region. Daytime and evening appointments are available at most offices. Open an account in 37 different countries and regions including India, Philippines, Egypt, Bangladesh, U.S.A., China, U.K., and Hong Kong. Subject to qualifications, status and local country and region laws and regulations. The Provincial System Support Program at CAMH has a provincial office in Toronto and regional offices located throughout Ontario. Our regional implementation teams work closely with local communities and key partners to create and sustain system improvements. History of Queen Street Site Our history—evolving from an asylum into a modern health facility with patients at the centre of care—is the history of mental health care in Canada. Careers at CAMH Interested in working at CAMH and making a difference? Put your skills and passion to work in a dynamic, supportive environment—and help transform lives and the future of mental health care. If you require emergency services please visit your closest hospital or dial 911 on your telephone to reach Emergency Medical Services . Service is available to individuals living within York Region or Simcoe County. To be eligible, individuals must be 18 years of age or older living with an acquired brain injury and be medically stable. Service is available to individuals living within York Region and south Simcoe. Just call the professionals at Blackcar Waterloo Region and we’ll do the rest. One of our drivers in a slick, black Lincoln will be waiting for you on-time and ready to go to ensure you a seamless trip to your flight. We also provide services for corporate needs, event transportation, party shuttle transportation and wedding limousines. Telephone counselling, support, brainstorming resources and resource navigation and other services. This is a hospital-based treatment program that serves children and and teens of all genders by providing assessment and treatment for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and disordered eating. The Klinic Crisis Line provides free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope. Our Travel Treatment Fund offers short-term help to cover some costs of travelling to cancer treatments. There are several designated health care providers in the Durham Region community offering vaccines. Visit this link on the Durham Region Health Department website. Consent for children to attend counsellingFSD offers counselling to parents/caregivers and families with children of all ages. FSD offers individual counselling to children aged six and older. If parents are separated or divorced, both parents’ consent may be needed. The OPP welcomes feedback and questions from employees and members of the public about our services, community safety initiatives and focus on innovative policing. This information will be used for community-based program planning purposes. Hearing screens are provided for babies under the age of 2 months with the goal of identifying permanent hearing loss as early as possible. Early detection and intervention is critical for a child’s language development. In partnership with Veterans Affairs Canada , the H&R MFRC offers information and referral services and transition-focused programming to medically …
- In addition, our live help desk ensures we are engaged and can support our partners across Ontario.
- RAAM Clinics provide time-limited addiction services such as assessment, treatment options that can include counselling and medications and referrals to other community services.
- Their services are available through the following toll free numbers and e-mail.
- Find toll free telephone numbers for all benefits and all regions below.
- To be eligible, patients must be 16 years and older living with an acquired brain injury.
The crisis worker completes follow up work to ensure collaborative action plans are effective, de-escalation and safety continues, and linkage to agency and community referrals are successful. CMHA Crisis staff is also able to provide brief support to OPP staff and resource them to appropriate community supports as needed. In order to be eligible for the Safe Beds, individuals must have been in contact with law enforcement within their current presentation for service. This could mean they were brought to hospital by police, or that the IMPACT team has been involved in their current presentation in some way (transportation, referral, follow-up etc.). Crisis Response offers a 24/7 mental health phone line for the entire Northwestern Ontario Region. Anyone residing from Kenora east to Wawa can access the regional crisis phone line 24/7. We believe military families are the strength behind the uniform; they are independent, resilient and resourceful, often managing many unique and challenging circumstances, including postings and deployments. We believe that military families know what their needs are and what works best for them, therefore our programs and services must be shaped by families. Our family centred approach to service delivery recognizes the complex and ever changing needs of families and strives to operate with a high degree of flexibility and responsiveness. Our programs and services encourage family-to-family support and connections with each other, and to supports and services in the larger community. Our Knowledge Exchange team helps to share and promote the use of evidence to build a better mental health and addictions system in Ontario. We connect people with people, and people with relevant, actionable evidence that they can use to inform decisions at policy, program, and practice levels. Our network includes persons with lived experience, family members, service providers, researchers, system planners, and policymakers. RAAM Clinic is a walk-in clinic for people seeking help for substance use disorders without an appointment or referral. RAAM Clinics provide time-limited addiction services such as assessment, treatment options that can include counselling and medications and referrals to other community services.
- Our Assistance Centre is ready to assist you 24 hours a day, each day of the year.
- Babies who qualify for the single surveillance visit and “pass” are discharged and are no longer monitored by the program.
- Collect your personal information, such as your name, phone number, and the reason for your call.
- Funding from the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon supports the Wheels of Hope program.
- A full range of challenging needs are addressed and include general management issues, aggression, self injury, skill promotion, and social problem solving.
“The H&R MFRC’s programs and services are customized to meet the changing needs of military families.” The ABI Adult Day Program is offered by Mackenzie Health’s Centre for Behaviour Health Sciences for individuals living with an Acquired Brain Injury . The program is supported by a behaviour consultant, recreational therapist and a client care assistant. The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba is a self-help organization dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy for those living with mental health illnesses. MYS offers a range of free crisis supports to help stabilize youth, while also ensuring emotional, physical & cultural safety and wellness for everyone in the home. Supports include youth crisis stabilization units, individual & family therapy, school supports & much more. Klinic Community Health provides a full range of health related services from medical care to counselling and education. Horizon’s Mobile Crisis Units provide interventions to defuse situations in the community, supporting individuals and families outside of the usual hours of operations including evenings and weekends. Air Daffodil is available to people who need to travel 100 km or more to receive cancer treatment. We can help arrange flights and ground transportation, such as bus tickets, taxi vouchers or volunteer drivers. This service is made possible through the Northern Health Travel Grant program. The Access office will determine where you will meet in consultation with your community mental health worker. The frequency of the meetings is set between you and your community mental health worker who will determine your individual recovery plan. If you have been evacuated from your community and need to refill or replace items that were covered by the NIHB program or you need to access other services covered under NIHB, we can help. Find toll free telephone numbers for all benefits and all regions below. Currently not providing in-person services due to the pandemic. Information, referrals and supports are available by telephone, video technology and email. A child who shows hearing loss will have a complete audiological diagnostic assessment to determine if the hearing loss is permanent or not. If there is any permanent hearing loss, additional services and referrals would be discussed and initiated. Those over 6 months of age should be routed to community audiology services for an assessment with a referral to the Infant Hearing Program only if a permanent hearing loss is identified. Some children will require help to properly develop their communication skills. The Tri-Regional Infant Hearing Program contracts with local audiologists to provide hearing assessments for children referred from the program. The H&R MFRC supports military families transitioning into their new community. The Welcome Coordinator works with families to provide the information re… Programs and services are designed to support the unique job search needs of military spouses and youth entering or re-entering the local workforce. Clinical services are not available from CAMH Regional Offices. Please contact ConnexOntario for information about alcohol and other drugs, gambling and mental health services in your area. Prevention and Policy Using evidence, we drive system and social change to optimize care and reduce the burden of mental illness, including addictions, across populations. The Adult Day Program offers centre-based activities for adults over age 18, with an acquired brain injury who are living in the community and are in need of social and therapeutic activities. If you have questions, suggestions or concerns related to the health care services you are receiving, Patient Relations teams can help. The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society offers a variety of community support services to help you care for your furry family members. Mobile Crisis Units increase access to services and provides a range of crisis intervention services in a timely and effective manner in the person’s own environment or the environment of their choice. Our Travel Treatment Fund offers short-term financial assistance to cover some costs of traveling to cancer treatments. This includes expenses like fuel and taxi or public transit fares. It is available to people with a low income who are currently receiving cancer treatment. Our driving program connects people who need transportation to cancer treatments with volunteer drivers. Our drivers are trained to provide safe and reliable rides to approved cancer treatment facilities. In British Columbia, this program is available in the interior, in Prince George and on Vancouver Island. Our Travel Treatment Fund offers short-term financial assistance to cover some costs of travelling to cancer treatments. The Musculoskeletal Central Intake and Assessment Centre will provide you with a timely assessment of your hip, knee or low back pain condition.