Specialized service and treatment for individuals who have behaviours related to a diagnosis of dementia. Program provides service to Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN) 4 (the regions of Niagara, Brant, and Halton).
A team of counsellors provide services to support individuals, couples, and families facing a very broad range of issues. Counselling modalities include traditional talk therapy, art therapy, and attachment therapy.
Provides support, education, and empowerment to parents and families of children and youth who face mental health challenges.
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.
Offers mental health support services including:
Provides educational courses and skills training workshops to the community on a variety of topics, including parenting, child development, and child and youth mental health issues.
A 12 bed assessment and treatment unit providing a therapeutic environment to those whose recovery from psychiatric disease is complicated by age-related issues.
Provides mental wellness services that are culturally safe for all members of the urban community who self identify as having Indigenous ancestry.
The Hamilton Museum of Mental Health Care is committed to the collection, interpretation and continued preservation of the history of mental health care at St.
Provides assessment, rapid consultation, and treatment of individuals experiencing mental health problems.