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An arms-length provincial program of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, providing independent and confidential advocacy services and rights advice to consumers of, and those seeking access to, psychiatric services.

Provides advocacy services to inpatients at the 10 major mental health facilities in Ontario.

An arms-length provincial program of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, providing independent and confidential advocacy services and rights advice to consumers of, and those seeking access to, psychiatric services.

Provides advocacy services to inpatients at the 10 major mental health facilities in Ontario.

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. Support staff are located in the building to offer assistance with problem-solving, assist in managing health issues, provide information and referrals to community services, and coordinate social/recreational programming.

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.

Art from the Heart is designed to help people who struggle with difficult emotions, or are chronically ill, isolated and/or who may have had traumatic experiences as a refugee, immigrant or marginalized person. Using various forms of art and creative expression the program works with individuals and groups to improve their overall mental health and well being in a supportive and sensitive environment.

A multipurpose agency providing services that include: emergency food and clothing, daily hot meals, emergency shelters, transitional housing, education for homeless and street-involved youth, senior support services, hospice palliative care, community mental health programs, and supportive housing programs.

Provides free legal services to people living with mental health and substance use concerns which cause barriers to accessing traditional legal services. These free legal clinics are offered throughout the Hamilton community. Times and locations can be seen on the online calendar.

Support individuals who are at risk of developing an eating disorder and to promote overall physical and mental wellness

Offer a variety of self-esteem, body image, body acceptance and other wellness-based group services for children, youth and their caregivers including:

Dove Confident Me
* female-identifying and non-binary youth (12-16yrs)

Free Being Me
* girls (8-11yrs)

ROCK Crew
* male-identifying youth (12-17yrs)