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The Housing First based approach, aims to provide Indigenous individuals experiencing homelessness, direct access to housing regardless of identifiable barriers: addictions, mental health, trauma, family and cultural breakdown.

Provides life skills and cultural programming, housing advocacy and supports. 

Aboriginal Patient Navigator (APN) provides pathways to healing through Holistic Approach (Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, & Mental). The APN Role is to help navigate the different pathways within the health care system, Traditional Healers, Traditional Practitioners, Medicines and cultural best practices and is available in all Hamilton area Hospitals. 

Services include:

A co-ed residential treatment program for youth with complex mental health concerns. Helps residents develop skill to manage and understand their own mental health concerns and provides aftercare to youth for up to two years after they leave the residence. 

Provides care by clinicians and psychiatrists who assess and treat patients with acute mental health problems who have presented to the emergency department. Works in partnership with other inpatient and outpatient mental health services to assist individuals in finding the right level of care.

Offers care for mental health and addiction issues to young people in a safe environment. Clinical mental health care is offered in an early intervention stream, a transition support stream, and from a mobile team. Drop-in counseling is also available. 
Part of the Shelter Health Network.

An online service of Hamilton Health Sciences, St. Joseph's Healthcare, and McMaster University designed to aid individuals and families in navigating the health related services in the city of Hamilton.
Website contains information for local urgent care centres, hospital emergency departments, family doctors, managing chronic illness, prescriptions, and mental health.

Counselling services provided by registered social workers or registered psychotherapists. Mental health services are available for children, youths, and their families as well as for adults and people dealing with addictions. Includes one-on-one counselling, family counselling, and group workshops and support groups.