The Serenity Centre
|Record #: CDR0373||Last Modified: 27 Jun 2017||Last Full Update: 27 Jun 2017|
|Social Media||Website: www.theserenitycentre.com/index.html|
|Description & Services|
|Description||The Serenity Centre will provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, enhanced personal support service to achieve the client’s full potential in life through an individualized program which encourages self-reliance, confidence, and independence. Providing services to individuals who have mental health, behavioural, cognitive, developmental, social, and learning disorders who are 16 years of age or older. Offering both individual and group services.
Sessions are offered in the clients home or within the community. Space can be arranged near the clients home for sessions or meetings as well.
Providing socio-sexual assessments, risk and threat assessments, knowledge and skills assessments.
Providing assessments, treatment recommendations and individualized therapy for persons with a mental health diagnosis and/or a learning or developmental disability.
TSC also offers assessments, recommendations for treatment and supervision as well as therapy for persons with inappropriate sexual behaviours or offences.
The Serenity Centre (TSC) offers both individual and group services.
Individual services are developed through a thorough intake assessment which has been created to help emphasize the personal goal(s) of the client along with the goal(s) of the family. With this information an individualized program is constructed and implemented with an Enhanced Support Worker. The program is then monitored weekly by a supervisor to ensure the goals are being met and the program is running efficiently.
Counselling and management of anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD/ADHD, addictions and eating disorders
Individualized Goal development programs for independence
Community Access Transition Program
Self Regulation and Good Lives Model treatment and therapies
General Community Supervision
Choices, decision making and problem solving
Building on Self-Esteem
General Life Skills
Building on Family Relationships
*Each of the services listed above can be offered individually and within a group.
TSC offers 2 types of group services:
* Workshops: offered for 2 hours a week for an average duration of 4 – 12 weeks. Workshops will be held as long as there are at least 4 – 6 participants enrolled.
* Classes: offered for 2 hours a week for an average duration of 18 – 20 weeks. Classes will be held as long as there are 6 – 8 participants enrolled.
In addition, TSC workshop and classes are made available at The Serenity Centre’s site, within your own facility or another location for more accessible services
Training and Education:
Training and education is provided for families and all members of the support team
Training is also available for agency staff and professionals on our programs and services.
Virtual Resources and Links to Services
Community Resources and Funding
TSC provides information regarding additional resources available within the community and provides support in understanding and applying for different types of funding
|Hours||Most client sessions and appointments are done at the home of the client or in the community
*Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm, evenings and weekends available
*Individual Sessions: Flexible
*Group Sessions: To be determined with start of group
|Areas Served||Ancaster ; Greater Toronto Area ; Halton Region ; Hamilton ; Peel Region ; Stoney Creek|
|Eligibility||Ages: 16 year(s) and up|
|Application||Anyone can refer including the client themselves|
|Fees||Program ; Dependant on the intensity of the program.|
|Address & Map||
449 Main Street W
Hamilton (City of), ON
Cananda L8P 1K5
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|Intersection||403 and Main st|
|Transit Information||Go transit|
|Primary Contact||Kelly King, Owner/Director/Therapist; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Primary Executive||Kelly King, Director/ Owner/Therapist; Email: email@example.com|
|Service Level||(60) Commercial|
|Subjects||Behavioural disorders ; Developmental disabilities ; Mental health ; Socially isolated adults|