Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Location in Hamilton.
Online website and phone line for the Institute for Advancements in Mental Health, non-profit organization the works to connect mental health providers and support change for better mental health.
Site of McMaster Children's Hospital that offers outpatient services, developmental pediatrics and rehabilitation services, and child and youth mental health services. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
Emergency crisis line and response team to assist individuals who have serious mental health issues and who are in crisis.
Website and phoneline for Connex Ontario, providing information and referral service, focusing on mental health, addiction, and problem gambling services in the province of Ontario.
Hamilton office of the Lynwood Charlton Centre; a publicly funded charitable organization in the City of Hamilton with the mission to support children, youth, and families to achieve better mental health.
Online resource that offers mental health supports for youth and families. Includes live online sessions for youth and families, archives videos for youth and families, and related online and print resources.
Offers 60 apartments (mostly one-bedroom with some bachelor and two-bedroom units). Tenants may include people living with mental or physical health issues, victims of domestic violence, the frail elderly and individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Hamilton office of Legal Aid Ontario; a publicly funded agency of the Government of Ontario which provides a continuum of high quality services to low income Ontarians in the areas of criminal law, family, child protection law, refugee law and mental health law.
A campus of St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton offering clinical and diagnostic services and teaching and research facilities. Home to regional specialized mental health services for South Central Ontario. Offers patients palliative care services, and a social work department which works with hospital patients and their families in adjusting to illness, personal, social, and family problems, finances, and discharge planning.