Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 18-21 years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 55+ years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 6-17 years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 0-5 years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 22-54 years

Central West Specialized Developmental Services (CWSDS)

Services include:

  • Residential programs on-site at their Oakville location and off-site at their four community homes
  • Non-emergency respite care for up to a week at a time at their Oakville location
  • Education, treatment planning, interpretation, and support for families of individuals with a dual diagnosis through a regional Dual Diagnosis Clinical service
  • Central West Region Passport Initiative for individuals who have completed school and are seeking support for participation in the community
  • Videoconferencing for training, education and clinical conferences
  • Case management support through the Dual Diagnosis and Justice Specialist


Website:
www.cwsds.ca

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Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI)

Services include:

  • Assessment, treatment, consultation, education & research for eligible children and youth with Attachment Disorder/Disturbance, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Selective Mutism, sexual behaviours, and various emotional disorders, among others
  • Outpatient services, scheduled appointments at CPRI offices & short-term residential services


Website:
http://www.cpri.ca/families/

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ErinoakKids

Services include:

  • Hearing screening for all newborns to identify those children who are deaf or hard of hearing, in order to provide them with professional care and their families with support as soon as possible
  • Vision consultation, training, support, and intervention designed to give children with blindness or low vision the best possible start in life
  • Innovative, high quality services to children with autism, in partnership with their families and the community, to maximize their potential and to promote their inclusion in society


Website:
www.erinoakkids.ca

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Family Counselling & Support Services for Guelph-Wellington

Services include:

  • Information – about services and resources
  • Counselling – for emotional support
  • Referral – to clinical and social supports
  • Coordination – obtaining assessments, service referrals, and consultation with other services
  • Advocacy – actively assisting and supporting clients to negotiate with others


Website:
www.familyserviceguelph.on.ca

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Hopewell Children’s Homes

Services include:

  • Residential respite for periods ranging from 1 day to 1 month
  • Respite support for children and adults
  • Access to specialized behavioural supports through Trellis Mental Health & Development Services
  • A nurturing and supportive living environment adapted to individual needs
  • Free play & instructor-led programs and services for individuals of all ages
  • Camps for holidays, PD days, March Break, and summer vacation
  • Special events including teen dances & family days
  • Specialized adapted equipment for sensory play & gross motor/fine motor play


Website:
www.hopewellchildrenshomes.org

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Kerry’s Place Autism Services

Services include:

  • Support and consultation for individuals with autism and their families, including behaviour management, family resource days, workshops & parent counselling


Website:
www.kerrysplace.com

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KidsAbility

Services include:

  • Early childhood education
  • Occupational therapy, physiotherapy & therapeutic recreation
  • Social work
  • Augmentative communication
  • Hearing screening & auditory verbal therapy
  • Orthotics & orthopaedics
  • Intensive behavioural intervention


Website:
www.kidsability.ca

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Torchlight Services

Services include:

  • Torchlight Industries, a work activity program which provides pre-employment supports including both vocational and social skills
  • Torinday, a work adjustment training program offering stabilization for people who have behavioural issues which create significant barriers to employment
  • Community Options (C.O.P.E.), a program that provides employment supports and services to program participants in order to secure gainful employment in the community


Website:
www.torchlightservices.ca

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Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington

Services include:

  • Assessment, treatment & education for children, adults & seniors
  • Support, advocacy & education for family members
  • Coaching, consultation, advocacy & education for children & teens
  • Assistance with funding & access to respite services
  • Support for children who are MFTD (medically fragile & technologically dependent)


Website:
http://cmhaww.ca/

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