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|CDR0106||Breaking the Cycle
||860 Richmond St. West, Ste. 100 Toronto, Ontario M6J 2S9
860 Richmond St W, Ste 100
Toronto, ON M6J 2S9
||Breaking the Cycle (BTC) is a relationship-based service delivering a range of integrated services through a single access model with home visitation and outreach components.
Offers a one-stop service for substance-using women who are pregnant and/or parenting young children (under 6yrs). Services offered include:
* Individual and group addiction treatment
* Parenting programs
* Child care
* Child developmental services (including screening, assessment and intervention)
* Health/medical services
* FASD Diagnostic Clinic
* Mental health counselling
* Case management
* Parent-infant counselling
* Home visitation
* Pregnancy outreach, and
* Support around instrumental needs (including food, clothing and transportation)
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|MAL0142||Metis Nation of Ontario, Community Wellness Worker Program
||10 A Bram Court, Unit 4
Brampton, ON L6W 3R6
||Community wellness program * offers counseling support services * general emotional support * friendly visiting * individual advocacy and referrals * assistance to people with disabilities access programs * nutrition and fitness awareness * stress management * alcohol-related health problems * diabetes awareness and intervention * prenatal infant mortality prevention and intervention * child safety in the home * workshops and educational outreach * responsible gambling awareness and prevention * although these services were initially set up for the Métis and Aboriginal populations in Peel Region, any person in the community is welcome to use the general services provided
||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * evening appointments: based on client needs
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|MAL0058||Punjabi Community Health Services
||11730 Airport Rd
Brampton, ON L6R 0C7
|905-790-0808 Brampton office
905.677-0889 Malton office
|PCHS is a Health and Social Service not-for-profit and charitable agency which provides a variety of services for the South Asian community including: addiction * mental health * seniors and high risk seniors services * health promotion * domestic violence * women's and men's group programs * group programs for youth and children * parenting programs * In total it provides 24 programs.
PCHS has a partnership with William Osler Hospital to run Diabetes Management educational program at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton.
PCHS also runs other health promotion programs - heart disease * diabetes education * tobacco prevention * Hep C * Stroke * HIV/AIDS * Cancer * Kidney disease * Healthy Eating and lifestyles programs.
PCHS is organizing a five year community development project in Malton called "Malton Community Building Project".
PCHS also provides food bank services for abused women * translation services * media outreach * resource development * and diversity training.
If you would like to volunteer at PCHS or you are a student requesting a student placement, please contact us at 905.790.0808.
PCHS every year undertakes a research study. If you would like to participate, please contact us for your interest in topics.
PCHS has two offices located in Brampton and Malton.
Brampton Office: 905.790.0808
Malton Office - 905.677.0889
Every Monday of the week 6 PM to 8 PM at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton
2nd Saturday of every month at 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM at 11730 Airport Rd, Brampton
Last Sunday of every month from 1 to 4 PM at 2980 Drew Road, Unit # 241, Malton
Every Saturday, 9:30am to 12"30 pm, 135 McLaughlin Road South, Brampton
Senior's programs are run in Brampton, Malton and Mississauga. Please call 905.790.0808 or 905.677.0889 for more information.
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|CDR0053||The Hospital for Sick Children
||555 University Ave
Toronto, ON M5G 1X8
|General Inquiries 416-813-1500; Patient information/Locating 416-813-6621
||The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), affiliated with the University of Toronto, is Canada's most research-intensive hospital and the largest centre dedicated to improving children's health in the country.
* ONTARIO POISON CENTRE
Provides expert poison advice to all of Ontario 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Specialized staff provide phone consultations in the event of a real or potential poisoning, offer support to health-care professionals, educate the public in poison prevention and research best practice for the treatment of poisoning.
* ABOUT KIDS HEALTH FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE
Mon-Fri 10 am-3:30 pm
A resource centre for patients and families with reliable information on topics influencing child health and family quality of life.
* MOTHERISK PROGRAM
Motherisk's Home Line 416-813-6780
Alcohol & Substance Use Helpline 1-877-327-4636
Nausea & Vomiting Pregnancy Helpline 1-800-436-8477
HIV & HIV Treatment in Pregnancy 1-888-246-5840
All phone lines are open Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
A clinical, research and teaching program dedicated to antenatal drug, chemical, and disease risk counselling. Provides evidence-based information and guidance about the safety or risk to the developing fetus or infant, of maternal exposure to drugs, chemicals, diseases, radiation and environmental agents.
* SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PROGRAM (SCAN)
Main office 416-813-6275; 416-813-6245
Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Emergency: Mon-Sun 24 hours 416-813-7500 & ask for the SCAN team member on-call
Offers care, support and assessment to children and adolescents who may have been abused.
* INTERNATIONAL PATIENT OFFICE
A single point of contact for all out of country families seeking to arrange treatment for their child.
* HERBIE FUND
Assists children (birth-18yrs) from all over the world who require specialized treatment that is not available in their own country.
|Mon-Sun 24 hours
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|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
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|BRA2402||YMCA of Greater Toronto, Mississauga
||325 Burnhamthorpe Rd W
Mississauga, ON L5B 3R2
|905-897-9622; Customer Service 416-928-3362
||Physical recreation centre * services include fitness, health and recreation programs * educational and social programs * community and youth substance abuse counselling programs (Peel Youth Substance Abuse Program) * preschool programs * aquatics * camping and outdoor education * international education * employment training (Youth Employment Service) * childcare
*Sat, Sun 7am-8pm
*Stat Holiday 8am-4pm
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