Associated Youth Services of Peel

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Description & Services
Alternate Name AYSP
Description AYSP is a team of professionals and volunteers dedicated to helping children, youth and families manage mental health and/or justice issues in order to realize their potential and encourage their contribution to community. 
 
Programs and services offered include: 
*Family Programs 
*Adolescent Team 
*Brief Therapy Counselling Program 
*Challenges 
*Family Connections 
*Multisystemic Therapy Program (MST) 
*Parent Adolescent Counselling Program (PAC-P) 
*Working Together with Families, 0-6 
 
Child and Youth Programs: 
*Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Program (DBT) 
*Reaching Adolescents in Need (RAIN) 
*Recognizing Individual Success and Excellence (RISE) 
*Section 23 Classroom 
*Transitional Aged Youth Outreach (TAYO) 
*Transitions Program 
*Youth Beyond Barriers (YBB) 
 
Justice Programs: 
*Attendance Centre 
*Extrajudicial Measures (EJM) 
*Extrajudicial Sanctions (EJS) 
*Enhanced Extrajudicial Sanctions (EEJS) 
*Youth Justice Committee (YJC) 
*Youth Mental Health Court Worker 
 
Groups: 
*Group Services Program (COPE) 
 
Volunteering 
Our volunteers are people who choose to contribute their time, energy and special skills to the children, youth, adults and families we serve.
Hours *Mon-Thu 9am-5pm 
*Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 
*Some evening and weekend groups available 
 
Tangerine Walk-in Counselling - available at AYSP on Tue between 9am-8pm. (last walk-in session is at 6pm.)
Areas Served Dufferin County ; Etobicoke ; Halton Region ; North York ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and under 
 
Children, youth and their families, dependent upon program
Application It is critical for referring organizations to obtain appropriate Consents for the Disclosure of Information prior to referral to any AYSP program. 
 
Community members can make a self-referral by calling the Centralized Intake 905-451-4655 
An individual or a parent of a potential client will complete a brief phone interview to determine which service (if any) among the Centralized Intake for Mental Health Services for Children and Youth partnership is most appropriate: 
Group Services; Working Together with Families, 0-6; Challenges: A Child Management Program; Family Connections; Multisystemic Therapy (MST); R.A.I.N. 
 
Peel Children's Aid Society workers can make referrals directly to the following programs:  
Challenges: A Child Management Program; Family Connections; Working Together With Families, 0-6 ; SEED; R.A.I.N.; The Adolescent Team Program 
 
Probation Officers can make referrals directly to the following programs:  
Multisystemic Therapy (MST); Volunteer Programs; R.A.I.N., The Attendance Centre 
 
Peel District School Board teachers and staff can make referrals directly to the following programs: 
RISE (Must be within the designated geographical family of schools); Section 23 Classrooms; R.A.I.N. 
 
Crown Attorneys/Ontario Court of Justice can make referrals directly to the following programs: 
Youth Justice Committee (Youth only); Community Service Order; The Extrajudicial Sanctions Program. the Enhanced Extrajudicial Sanctions Program, the Attendance Centre (in conjunction with a Probation Order)
Fees None - All programs and services are offered free of charge
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
160 Traders Blvd E, Ste 100
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
 
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Intersection Traders Blvd. E and Whittle Rd.
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone *905-890-5222 
*Intake 905-451-4655
Fax 905-890-5230
Toll Free Phone 1-800-762-8377
E-Mail general@aysp.ca
Website www.aysp.ca
Primary Contact Angela Wheatley, Administrative Assistant; Phone: ext 2222; Email: awheatley@aysp.ca
Primary Executive Kelly Henderson, Executive Director; Email: khenderson@aysp.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Nerissa Harrypersad, Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: ext 2253; Email: nharrypersad@aysp.ca
Other Details
Print Material Volunteer brochure; Program specific brochures; Guide for Referring Workers
Established Incorporated 1986
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Adults ; Behavioural disorders ; Child welfare ; Children ; Community service orders ; Court assistance ; Mental health ; Parole ; Probation ; Protective services ; Volunteer opportunities ; Young offenders ; Youth

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