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Online map tool to help youth find local resources.  It allows youth to search for resources in their community such as:

Free and confidential helpline that provides professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario.  Operates in partnership with Kids Help Phone, ConnexOntario, Onta

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 counselling is also av

Intensive Case Management Services engage individuals with a serious mental health concern who currently live in a home with a fixed address.  City of Hamilton Public Health nurses work with residents to increase independence and participation in

Drop-in session at different locations.  Parents with children under the age of six can ask questions about their child's health and development.  Experts, such as Registered Early Childhood Educators, Early Childhood Resources Teachers, Public He

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.

An open arts studio where street-involved youth can begin to reconnect to themselves, others, and their community through the creative arts while gaining valuable life and work skills.

A program of Shalem Mental Health Network.

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.