Trillium Health Partners

Mental Health Services, Community Treatment Orders, Mississauga Site

Record #: CMH0228
Last Modified: 29 Dec 2021
Last Full Update: 29 Dec 2021

Record Details

Description & Services

Alternate Name CTO
Description Community Treatment Orders (CTO) provide a legal mechanism for people with serious mental illness to receive treatment, support and supervision in the community. In partnership with the client and service providers, a comprehensive plan is developed that is less restrictive than being hospitalized. This program is for people who experience recurrent hospitalizations, benefit from treatment and usually do not engage in out patient follow-up. Only physicians can initiate a community treatment order, which is limited to six months in duration. 
The CTO coordinator provides assistance with drafting the plan, ensuring Rights Advice and securing community services for the client. The CTO case management provided is for support (only for Mississauga residents), monitoring and developing linkages to community supports and agencies.
Hours Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Areas Served Etobicoke South ; Mississauga ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up
Application Fax referrals to 905-804-7959
Fees None - Covered by OHIP
Languages English

Contact Information

Address & Map
2085 Hurontario St, Unit 300
Mississauga, ON L5A 4G1
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Intersection North Service Rd and Hurontario St (Hwy 10)
Transit Information Mississauga Transit 905-615-4287 *
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone Information and Referral 905-848-7580 ext 2825
Fax 905-848-7357
Primary Contact Nick Teptelis, Clinical Team Lead; Phone: 905-848-7580 ext 2825; Email:
Alternate Contact Joel Prescott, CTO Coordinator; Phone: ext 3385; Email:

Other Details

Service Level (30) Provincial Government

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