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|BRA0140||Anaphylaxis Canada, Mississauga Anaphylaxis Group||Anaphylaxis Canada 416-785-5666||Support group for parents of children (and adults) with severe (anaphylactic) food allergies. Meetings include parent support and guest speakers on various aspects of living with anaphylaxis. Examples include a community dietician, community allergist, paramedic services, food package labelling issues.
Canadian Anaphylaxis Registry – free information service, provided by Anaphylaxis Canada, for people who are allergic to food, insect stings, medication, latex, or exercise * may also be of benefit to people who are intolerant or sensitive to foods * provides updates on food labelling and product alerts * latest research findings * tips for staying safe * school related issues * also available to schools, camps, media, and medical professionals
|CMH0002||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health||1001 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M5S 2S1
||The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health. CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.
CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy and health promotion to transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.
Our central facilities are located in Toronto, Ontario, and we have nine offices across the province to provide support to the mental health system. CAMH was formed in 1998 as a result of the merger of the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, the Addiction Research Foundation, the Donwood Institute and Queen Street Mental Health Centre.
|Mon-Sun 24 hours||Add Record|
|CMH0164||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program||Intergenerational Wellness Centre
80 Workman Way
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
|*416-535-8501 ext 4366 (Central Intake Number)
To make a referral or for more information regarding the following services, please call:
*416-535-8501, ext. 34040 (Gender Identity)
*416-535-8501, ext 1730 (Youth Addiction Services)
*416-535-8501, ext. 36767 (SAPACCY)
*416-535-8501, ext. 34352 (Adolescent Service)
*416-535-8501, ext. 33642 (ABATE project)
|Adolescent Service: provide court-ordered assessments for youth aged 12 to 18 involved with the legal system. We offer recommendations to the courts, families and agencies, and help set up treatment referrals to community agencies. Judges, lawyers and probation services in the court system refer youth under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 34952 for more information.
Better Behaviours Service: for children and youth ages 5 - 17 with significant behaviour issues such as fighting, breaking rules, having difficulties in friendships, falling behind academically or having problems negotiating adult expectations. Problems are serious enough to be noticed at home, at school, with peers or in the community. The following list are programs offered through the service: The Incredible Years Parenting Program is a parent training group for parents with children ages 6 to 12 who display non-compliant, disruptive and aggressive behaviour. The Dinosaur Social Skills Program is a social skills training group for children, ages 6 to 8, who demonstrate challenging behaviours including non-compliance to adult requests, disruptive/aggressive behavior and social behavior difficulties. The CATCH Classroom is a day treatment classroom, for children, ages 6 to 8 with clinically significant emotional, behavioural and learning complexities across settings. The CATCH Classroom is a partnership with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Referrals to the above programs are parent referral. The Addressing Behaviour and Treatment Effectiveness Project (ABATE) is a treatment study to evaluate the effectiveness of individualized child and family treatment compared to group-based parent and child treatment for children aged 9 – 12. For more information on the ABATE project, please call 416-535-8501, ext. 33642. For assessments not specific to the above listed programs a doctor referral is required.
Gender Identity Service: assess, treat and help children, youth, ages 3-18, and their families better understand a young person’s struggle with gender identity development and any related behavioural or emotional problems associated. We also assess adolescents who are concerned about being sexually aroused by cross-dressing. As well, the Gender Identity Service offers consultation to other professionals (physicians, psychologists, social workers, teachers and other health care workers) locally, across Canada and in the United States. We accept referrals from any health care professional, parent or youth aged 16 and older. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 34040 for more information.
General Consultation Service: consultations for children and adolescents, up to the age of 17, who may have a variety of adjustment, emotional, behavioral, family or parenting difficulties. Referrals by physician required.
Mood and Anxiety Service: assessments for children and youth ages 3 - 17 who have anxiety or mood issues. We help the child, youth and their family better understand the problem after assessment. We also recommend treatment when appropriate. Doctor referral required.
Psychotic Disorders Service: Assess children under the age of 14, along with their families, who are referred with concerns involving psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia) or symptoms of psychosis. A referral is required from your family doctor, pediatrician or psychiatrist.
SAPACCY: provides support and counselling to Black youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance use. Our programs include individual therapy, group therapy and early intervention and prevention. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 36767 for more information.
TAPP-C: for children and youth up to 18 years old, who have been involved in fire related behaviour or show an interest in fire related behaviour. The program works in conjunction with the Fire service professionals who provide families with home fire-safety checks and fire-safety education. CAMH staff provide assessment and parent- and child-focused treatment. We accept referrals from any health care professional. Visit our website at www.tapp-c.com
The Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Service (YACDS): offer a range of specialized treatment options for clients with substance use concerns with or without co-occurring mental health issues. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 1730 for more information on the following services or to make a referral:
YACDS Outpatient Services:
The Outpatient Services offer consultation, assessment, treatment, case management and research. Treatment options include individual therapy, family support, education and counseling, group treatment and day treatment. The inter-professional team consists of Child and Youth Work, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Work, Teaching staff, professional students and volunteers.
1) Clients between the ages of 14-24
2) Clients be willing to address substance use and mental health concerns
3) Client able to attend appointments
Referrals are accepted from clients, families and/or service providers. We would like referrals where ever possible.
YACDS Day Hospital:
Part of our continuum of care within YACDS, and the broader concurrent disorders care delivery system. This is a “step-up/step-down” program or avert to hospitalization. Offering specialized consultation, assessment and follow-up for youth. The treatment includes individual support, family support, education, counseling and day treatment. Inter-professional team will assess and facilitate disposition directing to appropriate intensity and location of concurrent mental health and substance use services. Outreach Worker to facilitate youth engagement with community resources to promote and sustain their recovery
1) Adolescents ages 14-18 years
2) Concurrent substance use and mental health concerns
Referrals from community agencies, child welfare, youth justice and hospitals.
This is 12 bed secure unit with a provincial mandate. Seeking to serve the vulnerable, disadvantaged and underserviced population of clients with complex concurrent substance use and mental health issues, the unit is able to accommodate male and female clients with a 3-6 weeks length of stay. Clients will receive cconsultation, assessment, stabilization, treatment and extensive discharge planning. Treatment encompasses various evidence-based approaches such as DBT, CBT and MI. It also includes medical withdrawal management, medication: initiation, review, optimization and psychological testing.
The inter-professional team includes: Psychiatry, Social Work, Psychology, Recreation and Occupational Therapy, Child and Youth Work, Nursing, Pharmacy and Primary Care.
1) Adolescents ages 14-18 years
2) Complex mental health and substance use difficulties
3) DSM-IV criteria – with flexibility
Referrals from community agencies, child welfare, youth justice, hospitals, families/self
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0168||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Better Behaviours Service||250 College St, 3rd Flr
Toronto, ON M5T 1R8
|416-535-8501 ext 4366||Helps children learn more positive ways of dealing with problems. Program is aimed at bolstering children's self-esteem, ability to deal with conflict, and of increasing socially appropriate behaviour. Kids learn how to communicate their feelings effectively, handle conflict through problem-solving rather than fighting, and listen and follow through at home and in school.
The program is not suitable for children with development disorder, pervasive development disorder, profound hearing or sight loss, serious medical conditions or a history of significant traumatic head injury.
|CMH0162||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Gender Identity Service||250 College St
Toronto, ON M5T 1R8
|416-535-8501 ext 4040||Helps children, adolescents, and families better understand a young person's struggle with gender identity development and related behavioural or emotional problems. Also assesses adolescents who are concerned about being sexually aroused by cross-dressing. May provide treatment or refer child/youth to another mental health professional.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0102||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Mood & Anxiety Service||80 Workman Way
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
|416-535-8501 ext 4366||We accept physician/psychiatrist/pediatric referrals for children/youth up to age 17 ½ years old whose main reason for referral is the presence of anxiety or mood symptoms, and for whom those symptoms are the most impairing psychiatric/psychological condition. We do accept comorbidity, but the comorbid condition should not be the most impairing problem. We also ask that when there is a custody dispute about the child, the custody dispute be resolved clearly before we assess.||Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0167||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Parenting Program||250 College St, 3rd Flr
Toronto, ON M5T 1R8
|416-535-8501 ext 4371||Offers help to children and youth with disruptive and aggressive behaviour, and their parents. Treatment options include:
Offers therapy for children, adolescents and families to help them learn new ways to deal with problems leading to and arising from aggression.
Incredible Years Parenting Program: 14-week psycho-education/training group for parents of children (4-12yrs). Group promotes positive behaviour in children, reduces parents' stress, improves the relationship between parent and child, and lessens aggressive behaviour in children.
Dinosaur Social Skills Program: 18-week group for children (6-8yrs). Teaches children positive ways to communicate, solve problems, deal with anger, build self-esteem and develop social skills.
CATCH Program: 19-week day treatment program, for children (6-8yrs) with disruptive behaviour disorders that interfere with normative development at home, school and in the community.
CHILDREN'S AGGRESSION MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM (CAMP)
Research program studying the possible causes of aggressive behaviour.
|CMH0101||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Psychiatric Consultation Service||Intergenerational Building
80 Workman Way, 1st floor
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
|416-535-8501 ext 4366||General Assessment Service provides assessment of children and youth with a wide variety of problems (including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder, oppositional behavior, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, mood disorders and pervasive developmental disorder) as well as children with adjustment or family problems.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0175||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, TAPP-C||250 College St
Toronto, ON M5T 1R8
|416-535-8501 ext 6208||Program that brings together fire service and counselling professionals to help families deal effectively with children and teens involved in fire-play. The fire service professionals educate children and their families about fire and how to develop good fire safety practices. Counselling professionals assess the risk of continued fire involvement and help children and their families deal with problems that may contribute to the fire setting.||Add Record|
|CDR0878||Credit Valley Hospital||2200 Eglinton Ave W
Mississauga, ON L5M 2N1
|905-813-2200||The Credit Valley Hospital (CVH) operates approximately 377 inpatient beds
Regional Patient Programs - Maternal Child Services * Oncology (Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre) * Genetics * Renal Services
Outpatient Clinics - Ambulatory Care *
Patient Support Programs - Alcohol and Drug * Asthma Education * COPD clinic * Cardiac Rehabilitation * Diabetes Education * Geriatric Assessment Unit * Family Medicine Teaching Unit * Look Good Feel Better for Oncology Patients * Music Therapy *
Other Patient Programs - Diagnostic Imaging * Laboratory * Cardiopulmonary * Endoscopy Suite * Emergency * Medicine * Mental Health * Paediatrics * Psychology * Surgical Services
Keith Macdonald Library - collection focuses on clinical medicine with supplementary items in nursing, public health and other allied health fields * specialized consumer health collection (approximately 300 items on medical information for the layperson) * located on the main level of the hospital, across from the auditorium * collection is available to the public for reference use only (materials must be used in the library and cannot be signed out) Hospital website at www.cvh.on.ca provides patient, health and wellness information. Also step by step mapping feature to support patient and visitor wayfinding prior to coming to hospital. Audio and video podcasts available for downloading to support health and wellness.
|24 hours 7 days||Add Record|
|CMH0153||Credit Valley Hospital, Mental Health Services, Child and Family Services||Credit Valley Hospital
2200 Eglinton Ave W, main floor, Child and Family Sevices
Mississauga, ON L5M 2N1
|905-813-4421; 905-813-4426||Psychological assessment, treatment, group work, parent support and consultation for children (birth-12yrs) and adolescents (13-18yrs) and their families.
CHILDRENS SERVICES includes:
Assessment, treatment and consultation for children (birth-12yrs) and their families for developmental, emotional, behavioural, interpersonal, and psychiatric problems.
Services offered include
Individual, group and family therapy provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Special programs for autistic spectrum disorders, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders, and anxiety disorders including OCD and selective mutism.
ADOLESCENT SERVICES includes:
Assessment, treatment and consultation for adolescents (13-18yrs) and their families suffering from interpersonal, emotional, behavioural, and psychiatric problems.
Services offered include:
Individual, group and family therapy provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Group therapy programs that use a solution-focused, goal-directed treatment approach.
|Monday -Thursday 9 am-5 pm; Friday 8 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|BRA1177||Distress Centre, North Halton||905-877-0655||Distress line service * offers confidential listening * telephone befriending * information and referral to other community services * suicide prevention * crisis intervention * public education||Phone service Mon-Sun 7 am-11 pm||Add Record|
|CMH1176||Distress Centre Peel||905-278-7055||Distress Line:
Offers 24/7 telephone support, crisis intervention, suicide intervention and referrals to the community. Trained volunteers answer the line and provide listening, emotional support and empathy. Public education.
Peel Elder Abuse Support Program:
Offers telephone support to older adults or those out in the community who may be experiencing or suspect abuse. The service is provided 7 days a week from 12noon- 8:00pm by specially trained senior volunteers.
The program also has a Program Facilitator that specializes in providing individualized support to those experiencing abuse.
Public education and elder abuse awareness.
|Distress Line Mon-Sun 24 hours; Peel Elder Abuse Support Program Mon-Sun 12 noon-8 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0457||Hospital for Sick Children, Ontario Poison Centre||555 University Ave
Toronto, ON M5G 1X8
|Poison Information 416-813-5900||Ontario Poison Centre * clientele includes both children and adults * provides telephone information and advice about potential or real exposures to poisonous substances * collects information on poisoning cases * generates and distributes poison prevention material * participates in medical toxicology research||Mon -Sun 24 hours||Add Record|
|CDR0323||Mississauga Olympians Track and Field Athletic Association||2079 The Collegeway, Unit 43
Mississauaga, ON L5L 3M1
|*907-997-2713||Provides year round training and competitive opportunities for athletes wishing to pursue the sport of Track and Field. The competitive program offers athletes the opportunity to compete in all major track and field events.||Office Mon -Fri 4pm-9pm
Practice Tues and Thur 6pm-7:30pm
|CMH0018||National Eating Disorder Information Centre||John David Eaton
200 Elizabeth St, ES 7-421
Toronto, ON M5G 2C4
|416-340-4156||Provides information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.
Services offered include:
Literature on eating disorders (pamphlets, manuals, newsletters)
Nation-wide listing of treatment services and resources
Information on support groups for living with and affected by eating disorders
Lectures and workshops for schools, community groups, professionals, etc
Prevention and awareness campaigns
Training in volunteer work and support services
Also check www.realme.ca - NEDIC's interactive online program for girls on body-image & self-esteem.
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0014||PAH, Mental Health Services||255 Ontario St S
Milton, ON L9T 2M5
|905-878-2639||PAH! provides mental health services to Deaf and hard of hearing children and youth, and their families. PAH! and is a partnership between Bob Rumball Association for the Deaf (BRAD) and Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK). Services are client centred and strength based. the services offered include individual and family counselling, group programs, Art and Expressive therapy and consultation to agencies and professionals.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5.00 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0186||Peel Children's Centre, Children's Mental Health Centre, Group Services||85A Aventura Crt
Mississauga, ON L5T 2Y6
|Intake 905-451-4655||Group Services offers a broad spectrum of groups and workshops related to child and family functioning in order to help children and youth meet developmental expectations at home, in school and in the community. These services are designed to:
- help parents and children develop strategies for coping with the concerns in their lives
- give opportunities for parents and/or children to interact and learn from each other
- provide information for parents on specific issues.
Group Services are free of charge. Peel Children's Centre staff facilitate the groups and childcare is available for most groups.
Note: some treatment groups require an assessment to determine appropriateness for the specific group.
A brochure with the current schedule of groups or workshops can be downloaded from www.peelcc.org/services/family-group-services, or will be mailed upon request. Please call 905-795-3500 to request the Groups brochure.
|CMH0048||Peel Children's Centre, Crisis Response Service||85A Aventura Crt
Mississauga, On L5T 2Y6
|905-795-3500: Intake - 905-451-4655||The Crisis Response Service offers a Telephone Crisis Response and, where appropriate, a Mobile Crisis Response for young people under age 18 who are experiencing a mental health crisis, and their parents or caregivers. Mental health crises may include, but are not limited to: parent-child conflict, school concerns, suicidality, self-harm, substance use, stress, depression, and parenting concerns.||Mon-Sun 24 hours||Add Record|
|BRA0568||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Food Check Peel||905-799-7700; Caledon residents 905-584-2216||Regional public health program to monitor instances of possible food poisoning or inappropriate food handling by food workers or unhealthy conditions at food establishments in Peel * all reports are kept confidential but will help determine if there is a problem at a particular food establishment||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0602||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Hot Weather Alert Information||905-799-7700||Website providing hot weather alert information for the Region of Peel * offers recommendations to prevent heat injuries for the following groups: general public * child care centres * schools * homeless shelters and outreach programs * agencies serving elderly/persons with disabilities * outdoor workers/workplaces * recreational facilities * updated daily * information can be found on website at www.hotweatherinpeel.ca * during business hours call Peel Public Health 905-799-7700||Add Record|
|BRA0530||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Sexual Health & Communicable Disease Division||7120 Hurontario Street, 5th Floor
Mississauga, ON L5M 2C1
|*Customer Contact Centre 905-799-7700||Regional public health department * provides services to protect the public from communicables diseases and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
Healthy Sexuality Clinics provide counselling for birth control * sexually transmitted infections (STIs) * anonymous HIV testing * pregnancy testing * sexual health * responsible relationships
Clinics offered in the following locations
18 King St E, 2nd Fl, Ste D-8 * Bolton * King Rd & Hwy 50 * 905-791-5905
Civic Centre * 150 Central Park Dr, Ste 09 * Central Park Dr & Queen St E * 905-791-5905
2227 South Millway * Burnhamthorpe Rd W & Erin Mills Pkwy * 905-820-3663
325 Central Parkway Dr * 905-270-0587
7330 Goreway Dr * Malton * Morningstar Dr & Goreway Dr * 905-270-2587 Immunization Program - reduces the incidence of vaccine- preventable diseases and provides Hepatitis B vaccine and Meningococcal ACYW-135 vaccine to Grade 7 students and Human Papillomavirus vaccine to grade 8 female students through school-based clinics * provides seasonal influenza vaccine through community based clinics * provides access to the reporting and follow-up of reportable communicable diseases such as Tuberculosis, Hepatitis A & B and Meningitis * coordinates vaccine distribution to Peel physicians * monitors immunization records for all Region of Peel students * provides free immunization services to school aged children who do not have an OHIP number and do not have an immunization record and require proof of immunization to register for school
|Communicable Diseases Customer Contact Centre open Mon-Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm||Add Record|
|MAL0050||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Sexual Health & Communicable Disease Division, Malton Healthy Sexuality Clinic||7330 Goreway Dr, Lower Level
Mississauga, ON L4T 4J2
|Central Line 905-791-7800 ext 2525
Malton Clinic 905-678-0788
|Offers free and confidential services for birth control (excluding IUD), sexually transmitted diseases, anonymous HIV/AIDS counselling/testing, pregnancy testing/counselling and referrals, information on sexual health and responsible relationships.||All drop in, No appointment necessary
Mon-1 pm - 4 pm * Wed-3 pm - 6pm * Fri-1 pm - 4 pm
|BRA0497||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health Services, Environmental Health||7120 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, ON L5M 2C2
|905-799-7700 between 8am and 5pm Mon.-Fri.
Caledon residents 905-584-2216
|For information on H1N1 or Swine Flu please contact the Region of Peel Health Department.
Regional health department provides information about:
Breastfeeding - offers information, classes and clinics * home consultation is available if required (Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm) * no fee for this service
Immunization And Communicable Diseases - provides information about: tuberculosis (TB); vaccines and schedules for young children, students, and parents; hepatitis B vaccine * Grade 7 immunization program * free immunization for new students without an Ontario Health Card * communicable diseases * physicians can call for consultation about vaccines and unusual immunization schedules
Sexual Health - all calls are confidential * provides information about birth control methods * sexually transmitted infections (STDs) * talking about sex with children, teens, parents, partners * sexuality and aging * unplanned pregnancy * menstruation * homosexuality (being lesbian or gay) * sexual assault * female sexual concerns * male sexual concerns * AIDS * menopause * infertility * sexuality before and after childbirth * regular checkups (breast, cervix, testicles, prostate) * alternatives to intercourse * sexual concerns of teens
Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention - all calls are confidential * provides information about healthier lifestyle choices (preventing heart disease; living smoke free; injury prevention; violence prevention; healthy eating & physical activity; body image; Children in Need of Treatment Program; Healthy Smiles Dental Program, Dental Program for Seniors
Environmental Health - provides information about public swimming pool regulations * quality of municipally supplied drinking water * Smoke Free Ontario Act - tobacco enforcement * composters * food handling and safety *
Hospitals - website provides links to hospitals in the region
|Mon-Fri 8am-5pm||Add Record|
|BRA0175||Peel HIV / AIDS Network||160 Traders Blvd, Unit 1
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
|905-361-0523||Peel HIV/AIDS Network (PHAN) is committed to serving diverse people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, and to limiting the spread of the virus through support, education, advocacy and volunteerism * provides community education * speakers bureau by people infected with/affected by HIV/AIDS * resource centre * health promotion information for people living with HIV/AIDS * targeted prevention education in the community * one to one counselling and support * peer support * financial assistance * groups for those infected with/affected by HIV/AIDS, their caregivers and bereaved * street outreach for drug users * community referrals for legal, financial, medical and other services * serves as a fixed site for Peel Works Needle Exchange program||Mon-Fri 9am-5pm||Add Record|
|CWL0113||Peel Postpartum Mood Disorder Program||Region of Peel-Health Services
7120 Hurontario Street, PO Box 640 RPO Streetsville
Brampton, ON L5M 2C2
|Region of Peel 905-799-7700; Caledon residents 905-584-2216
||The Peel Postpartum Mood Disorder ( PMD) Program is an initiative of Success By 6 Peel, a collaborative of more than 40 community partners whose goal is to strengthen services for young children and their families.
The Peel PMD Program is working toward the day that families in Peel who are at risk for or experiencing PMD will have access to comprehensive and sustainable services. The program aims to build the community’s capacity to respond to families by:
• Raising awareness of PMD in the community
• Decreasing stigma often experienced by families living with PMD
• Educating service providers so that they can help support families
• Enhancing services and accessibility for Peel Region’s diverse
The Peel PMD Program Steering Committee Partners include:
Best Start Health Coalition in Peel
Caledon Parent /Child Centre
Credit Valley Hospital
Mississauga Parent Child Resource Centre
Infant and Child Development Services Peel
Peel Children’s Centre
Peel Pubic Health
Punjabi Community Health Services
Postpartum Mood Disorder Peer Support Groups are offered through local OEYCs
'Adjusting to Life After Baby' Educational workshops offered by Peer Educators in the Peel Community
Peel Postpartum Family Support Line-Telephone based emotional support for women and families during pregnany and after baby 905-459-8441 (Monday- Friday 10am -10pm)
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0083||Peel Public Health||7120 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, ON L5W 1N4
|Health Line Peel 905-799-7700||Regional health department
Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention Division - develops programs, services and policies designed to promote healthy lifestyle choices including healthy eating, physical activity and smoking cessation * injury prevention * substance abuse reduction * promotion of healthy living for youth * operates the Children in Need of Treatment Program in which dental hygienists conduct dental screenings for elementary school-aged children and identify those who are in immediate need of treatment
Environmental Health Division - checks the safety of food and beverages in restaurants and processing plants (any food-related illness and recall of contaminated foods form part of the overall Food Safety Program) * investigates diseases transmitted from animals to people, including rabies * checks the quality of water in recreational pools and swimming pools * monitors private wells and sewage systems * investigates community concerns relating to environmental health
Family Health Division - promotes the health of children (birth-6yrs) and their families * topics include: planning a pregnancy, having a healthy baby, breastfeeding, parenting, nutrition, learning about the growth and development of your child * responsible for implementing the Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Program, a province-wide, prevention / early intervention program designed to assist children to meet their developmental milestones
Sexual Health And Communicable Diseases Division - provides services to protect the public from reportable and sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) * operates six Healthy Sexuality Clinics throughout the Region * provides confidential counselling and clinical services related to birth control and sexually transmitted infections including anonymous HIV/AIDS testing (to all ages) * includes counselling for birth control * Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) * anonymous HIV Testing * pregnancy testing * sexual health * responsible relationships
* operates the Region's Immunization Program which reduces the incidence of vaccine- preventable disease and provides Hepatitis B vaccine to Grade 7 students through school-based clinics
Communicable Diseases Section - provides access to the reporting and follow-up of reportable communicable diseases such as Tuberculosis Control; Hepatitis A & B; Meningitis * coordinates vaccine distribution to Peel physicians * monitors immunization records for all students
Also offers services at a number of different satellite offices.
|Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm||Add Record|
|CMH0151||Trillium Health Centre, Mental Health Services, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Mississauga||2085 Hurontario St, 3rd Flr
Mississauga, ON L5A 4G1
|905-848-7484; Information/Intake 905-451-4655||Provides outpatient services for children and adolescents (up to 19yrs), and their families. Children must have either a diagnosed psychiatric condition, or significant symptoms or unusual behaviour indicative of a psychiatric condition. Treatment may include individual, family or group therapy, psychiatric assessment, psychological testing and medication consultation and follow up. Services also include community outreach, education and collaboration with other agencies and schools.
This service is one of six agencies to launch a ONE PHONE NUMBER approach to enable easier access to mental health services in the community for children and youth.
Current waiting period is 2-3 months.
|Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; Tue, Thu 8:30 am-8:30 pm
Appointments for assessments are scheduled during the day; follow-up appointments are available during the day and Tue & Thu evenings
|BRA0053||Trillium Health Centre, West Toronto||150 Sherway Dr
Etobicoke, ON M9C 1A5
|416-259-6671||PLEASE NOTE: This site does not have an Emergency Department - 24-hour Emergency Care Centre is located at Trillium-Mississauga, 100 Queensway W in Mississauga (5km away)
Trillium-West Toronto site includes 14-Hour Urgent Care Centre * day surgery centre * Diabetes Management Centre * Cardiac Wellness & Rehabilitation Centre * spine centre (Kingsway Financial Spine Centre) * The Betty Wallace Women's Health Centre (focuses on early intervention and screening of osteoporosis and breast disease)
|Urgent Care Centre 8am-10pm||Add Record|
|CMH0220||Trillium Health Partners - Credit Valley Hospital, Mental Health Services||2200 Eglinton Ave W
Mississauga, ON L5M 2N1
|905-813-2200 (main switchboard)||Multidisciplinary team offers a broad range of educational services to individuals and families, from infancy to adulthood. (Mental Health Services works in conjunction with the Psychology Department and Social Work).
Adult Services include: Start Program, Day Hospital; Schizophrenia Program; Anxiety Disorders Program; Bio-Behavioural Service; Eating Disorders Program; Outpatient Depot Clinic; Inpatient Psychiatry (Unit 2D); Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program.
Other services in conjunction with the Department of Psychology & Department of Social Work include:
Provides psychological evaluation and diagnostic services to psychiatric in-patients in order to assess their emotional state, personality style, and at times, their ability to remember, concentrate and solve problems.
OUT-PATIENT PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES include:
ANXIETY DISORDERS PROGRAM
Provides diagnostic evaluations (as well as individual and group therapy sessions) to individuals with a wide range of anxiety problems (eg. panic attacks and social anxiety), in order that they may understand and manage their anxiety symptoms more effectively. The treatment provides an alternative, or adjunct to medications.
DEPRESSION GROUP PROGRAM
Provides psycho-educational groups to depressed patients using the cognitive behavioural therapy model.
S.T.A.R.T. (Short Term Active Reintegration Therapy) Program
Provides individual and group therapy sessions to individuals with psychiatric conditions. Treatment is designed to enhance social, emotional and occupational functioning through psychological interventions.
OUTPATIENT NEUROPSYCHOLOGY SERVICE
Provides out-patient neuropsychological assessments to patients referred by psychiatrists, neurologists and geriatricians in Credit Valley Hospital.
|Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0565||William Osler Health Centre, Brampton Civic Hospital||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, On L6R 3J7
|*905-494-2120 *416-494-2120||Acute care hospital * addiction services * ambulatory care * continuing care * critical care * diagnostic imaging * dialysis * emergency services * general & internal medicine * infection control * Lifeline Services * mental health services * surgical services * women's & children's healthcare services||Add Record|
|CMH0201||William Osler Health Centre, Brampton Civic Hospital, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinic||30A Kennedy Rd S, Ste 200
Brampton, ON L6W 3E2
|905-453-1160||Provides outpatient treatment to families with children and adolescents (to 18yrs), who are experiencing or are at risk of developing a serous psychiatric disorder. Difficulties may include significant social, emotional, learning and behavioural problems. Services include assessment and treatment through group therapy, limited family and individual therapy, and pharmacological therapy, as well as linkages with schools and community agencies.||Intake Mon, Wed, Fri 9 am-12 noon||Add Record|
|CMH0200||William Osler Health Centre, Brampton Civic Hospital, Eating Disorders Clinic &, Child and Adolescent Clinic||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7
|General line - 905-494-2120 ext 22700 or
905-453-1160 - press - 0 - Child & Adolescent Clinic & Eating Disorder Clinic
|Provides multidisciplinary outpatient assessment and treatment for children, adolescents and adults with mild to moderate eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Services include assessment and diagnosis/clinical formulation, group psycho-education, nutritional counselling, short-term psychotherapy groups, as well as limited individual and family therapy.
Please call for more information.
|Intake Mon, Wed, Fri 9 am-12 noon||Add Record|
|CMH0203||William Osler Health Centre, Mental Health and Addiction Programs||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7
|905-494-2120, Etobicoke 416-747-4700||Mental health programs offered at the WOHS include: crisis response and intervention; inpatient treatment; day hospital; day treatment; consultation liaison; short-term outpatient services; urgent assessment and consultation; community-based treatment clinics for specific populations including children and adolescents; eating disorders; community treatment orders; and adult community mental health.||Add Record|
|BRA0061||William Osler Health System||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7
|Acute care hospital * addiction services * ambulatory care * continuing care * critical care * diagnostic imaging * dialysis * emergency services * general & internal medicine * Lifeline Services * mental health services * surgical services * women's & children's healthcare services
Operates 2 campuses:
Brampton Civic Hospital, 2100 Bovaird Dr E, Brampton
Etobicoke General Hospital, 101 Humber College Blvd, Etobicoke
|Mon -Sun 24 hours||Add Record|
|CMH0209||William Osler Health System, Brampton Civic Hospital, Child and Adolescent Inpatient Units & Day Hospital||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7
|905-494-6455||We have three services for children and adolescents:
* A 10-bed inpatient unit and 10-space day hospital that provides comprehensive care to children and adolescents (up to 18yrs), who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms. Includes multidisciplinary assessment, initiation of treatment and discharge planning. Admission to the inpatient unit is on a planned, voluntary basis, or as a steo\p-down from the intensive unit.
* A 4-bed short-stay intensive unit for children and adolescents requiring a secure setting.
|BRA0248||William Osler Health System, Etobicoke General Hospital||Etobicoke General Hospital
101 Humber College Blvd
Etobicoke, ON M9V 1R8
|905-494-2120 * 416-494-2120||Acute care hospital * addiction services * ambulatory care * continuing care * critical care * diagnostic imaging * dialysis * emergency services * general & internal medicine * infection control * Lifeline Services * mental health services * surgical services * women's & children's healthcare services||Mon -Sun 24 hours||Add Record|