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Canadian Mental Health Association Hamilton Office.  Serving Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook and Stoney Creek.  A non-profit community mental health agency which provides services to adults with serious mental illness.  Promotes mental health through outreach, social action, advocacy, education and research.

Emergency or crisis services not provided.  For access to emergency or crisis services, contact COAST Hamilton, ConnexOntario, or Crisis Services Canada. 

Canadian Mental Health Association telephone and online services.  There is no physical location for this service.  Serving Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook and Stoney Creek.  

Emergency or crisis services not provided.  For access to emergency or crisis services, contact COAST Hamilton, ConnexOntario, or Crisis Services Canada. 

Youth Wellness Centre Location.  Mental health clinic for youth.  Part of the Shelter Health Network in Hamilton. 

Provides substance use and mental health services for teenagers, young adults, and their families.  Visit website for list of other service locations.  

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.

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. 

Bay Street Residence for Baldwin Housing and Community Support Program, operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association.  Provides rent-geared-to-income supportive housing and skills development for individuals with serious mental illness requiring minimal supports.  Community Support Workers provide residents with flexible and individualized supports to promote and maintain independence and quality of life.  Board and living expenses are shared equally among the residents.

Hess Street Residence for Baldwin Housing and Community Support Program, operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association.  Provides rent-geared-to-income supportive housing and skills development for individuals with serious mental illness requiring minimal supports.  Community Support Workers provide residents with flexible and individualized supports to promote and maintain independence and quality of life.  Board and living expenses are shared equally among the residents.