Provides mental health services to people in Hamilton who do not have stable housing.
A co-ed residential treatment program for youth with complex mental health concerns.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Canada is a training program designed to enable people to recognize symptoms and provide support in mental health emergencies until professional help can step-in. No mental health experience is necessary.
Provides mental health training and education to help promote capacity building and resilience. Serves individuals of all ages, families, caregivers, community agencies, and the general public. Offered in Hamilton, Brant, Haldimand and Niagara r
Provides alternatives and options for individuals experiencing serious mental illness who become involved in the criminal justice system.
This program is comprised of three components:
Serves street-involved youth ages 16-21 in Hamilton, meeting youth at various residential and non-residential programs within Good Shepherd Youth Services and the Street Youth Planning Collaborative (SYPC).
Street Outreach Services that engage individuals who are experiencing mental illnesses and are homeless or living in shelters. City of Hamilton Mental Health and Street Outreach staff work in the community at many locations.
Provides housing support services to individuals with serious mental illness who are involved in the criminal justice system. A rent supplement is available for participants. Goals of the program are to:
Provides specialized information and referral services focusing on mental health, addiction, and problem gambling services in the province of Ontario. Service is available through the phone line or via online chat through the website.
A support line staffed by a team of mental health counsellors who provide individualized support counselling, system navigation, and customized information and education to caregivers, and individuals living with chronic mental illness.