North Halton Mental Health Clinics

Effective April 1, 2018, all services offered through the three North Halton Mental Health Clinics have been transferred to Halton Healthcare.

What services does the North Halton Mental Health Clinic provide?

  • Community-based psychiatric assessment, treatment, counselling and case management for clients and their family members
  • Help with understanding and managing medication
  • Concurrent disorder treatment/groups (Health and Hope partner)
  • Linkages to other health services and community supports
  • Clinical support for people living with a mental illness who are at risk for homelessness (HOMES Program partner)
  • Clinical assessment and treatment for people experiencing, or at risk for experiencing, a first episode psychosis (Phoenix Program partner)
  • Psychiatric consultation services to family doctors for children and youth between the ages of 6 and 18 and to their families who live in North Halton (North Halton Child and Youth Psychiatry Program partner).

 

Staff include: psychiatrists, nurse therapists, clinical social workers, community support workers, family specialists, peer support and occupational therapists.

How can I access these services?

The first step is to discuss your concerns regarding your mental health with your family doctor. If you both feel that our services would be helpful, your doctor should make a referral to us on your behalf through http://www.one-link.ca

For more information or to contact the Halton Healthcare Mental Health Program:

Acton

Address 19 Willow Street North Acton, Ontario, L7J 1Z6 280
Phone (519) 853-9741
Toll free 1-833-256-7812
Fax (519) 853-8827
Website: Haltonhealthcare.com

Georgetown

Guelph Street Georgetown, Ontario L7G 4B1 217
Phone: (905) 693-4240
Toll Free: 1-833-256-7812
Fax: (905) 693-0596 
Website: Haltonhealthcare.com

Milton

Main Street East Milton, ON L9T 1N9
Phone: (905) 693-4240
Toll Free: 1-833-256-7812
Fax: (905) 693-0596
Website: Haltonhealthcare.com