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Adult (18+)

Adult Mental Health Support

Programs for adults aged 18+

Take a deep breath. You are not alone in your mental illness or mental health struggle. One in five Canadian adults will experience a mental health illness at some point in their lives. The CMHA Adult Mental Health Services are here to help.

We understand your situation is as unique as you are which is why we offer a variety of community based mental health services in York Region and South Simcoe communities. One, or a combination, of these programs may be able to help you.

You are not alone, here are the programs we have to offer:

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Assertive Community Transitions Teams (16+)

This client-centred, recovery oriented mental health service offers community supports to individuals and families, to help reach recovery goals.

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BounceBack® Ontario (15+)

A guided self-help program that’s effective in helping people 15+ experiencing mild-to-moderate anxiety, depression, low mood or stress.

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Case Management (16+)

Work collaboratively with a case manager to develop a support plan that will identify areas of strength and determine areas of need.

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Clinical Therapy (18+)

A group-based program that helps people with serious mental health issues to be successful in day-to-day living, with the support of our clinical therapists.

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Community Connections (16+)

Community Connections is a recovery-oriented drop-in hub organized to help individuals 16 years or older improve mental health and overall wellness.

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Community Homes for Opportunity (16+)

Providing tenants with recovery oriented supportive housing that can offer up to 24/7 supports services to maintain housing stability.

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Community Transitions Team (16+)

Assists clients with a safe and smooth transition from hospital into the community with the ultimate goal of preventing further hospital visits.

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Community Withdrawal Management (18+)

Provides comprehensive community withdrawal management services to individuals struggling with substance use (alcohol and/or other substances).

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Employment Program (16+)

Provides individualized placement and job development based on clients’ interests, goals, previous work experience and education.

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Flexible Support Program (16+)

Assists individuals that need flexible supports to find or maintain safe and affordable housing, based on your current mental health and housing needs.

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Gender Affirming Health Clinic (16+)

Aims to create a safe, confidential, and inclusive space to get culturally competent and gender-affirming care to trans and gender diverse people.

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Home First Community Support Program (16+)

Provides services and supports for those who are precariously housed in York Region and South Simcoe.

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H.O.P.E - Early Psychosis Intervention (14 to 35)

Helps young adults in York Region and South Simcoe who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis to get their lives back on track and stay well.

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Mental Health & Justice

Provides a supportive framework for youth with mental health concerns who are involved in the criminal justice system.

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MOBYSS (12 to 25)

Offers a safe space to talk to a medical or mental health professional in a warm, welcoming and friendly environment.

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Newcomers’ Health and Well-Being (12+)

Provides mental health and primary care services to newcomers in York Region and South Simcoe who have physical and mental health concerns.

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Psychogeriatric Case Management

Supports the senior population on reducing barriers, as well as increasing engagement in their community, with a multidisciplinary team of professionals.

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Rapid Access Psychiatry (18+)

An evidence-based model of service for adults with mild-to-moderate depression and anxiety, offering three levels of support.

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Support for Depression (16+)

Gives individuals with illnesses, such as bipolar disorder, anxiety or OCD, an opportunity to share experiences in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere.

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Telemedicine

Help clients, their physicians and healthcare providers connect virtually through the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN).

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1 in 2 Canadians

will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives.

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