Canadian Mental Health Association

Site: Milton and Halton Hills

Service: Mental Health Services

Record #: MHH0472
Last Full Update: 03 Apr 2023

Contact Information

Office Phone 905-693-4270
Toll Free Phone 1-877-693-4270
TTY Phone 1-844-646-1700
Crisis Phone 1-877-825-9011 (Crisis Outreach and Support Team, COAST)
Fax 905-693-9183
E-Mail info@cmhahrb.ca
Website halton.cmha.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook, LinkedIn LinkedIn, Twitter Twitter

Agency Information

Established 1918
Primary Executive Rashaad Vahed, Chief Executive Officer; Email: rvahed@cmhahrb.ca
Funding Ontario Health (Central) ; United Way Halton & Hamilton * Donations * Grants

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)

Offers various programs and peer support groups

Education and Training:

  • courses: anger management (currently on hold) * applied suicide intervention skills training * Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) virtual courses
  • workshops, displays and presentations on a variety of mental health issues
  • community mental health promotion
  • workplace mental health promotion


Support Coordination: 

  • one to one support for individuals living with serious mental illness * increasing coping skills * goal setting * planning * supportive counseling * education * advocacy * increasing quality of life including personal and social functioning * accessing community resources
  • Free Walk-In Counselling: temporarily on hold until further notice * service is being  provided via phone rather than in person * call 289-291-5396 and a counsellor will contact within 24 hours, Mon-Fri


Community Concurrent Disorders Program:

  • one to one support for individuals living with serious mental illness and addiction issues * increasing coping skills * goal setting * planning * supportive listening * education * advocacy * increasing quality of life including personal and social functioning * accessing community resources


Dual Diagnosis Program:

  • providing people with a dual diagnosis (mental illness and developmental disability) with opportunities for social interaction, learning new skills, encouragement of mental stimulation and physical well-being * participants must be referred and accepted into the program


Transitional Case Management Program:

  • Dual Diagnosis Program: for people who have both a mental health concern and /or intellectual disability
  • Justice Services: providing assistance and court support services for people who have a mental health/addiction concern and are involved in the criminal justice system
  • Court Support: for people who have a mental health and/or addiction concern and are accused of an offence * help patients get the mental health and/or addictions support they need while they are in the midst of court proceedings, such as the community treatment court
  • Release from Custody: help people to reintegrate back into the community in a safe and supportive manner


Peer Support Program

Hours

Office: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm * by appointment only

Areas Served Halton Hills ; Milton
Boundaries Halton Hills and Milton
Eligibility No restrictions
Application

Referral required

Languages English
Fees Fees may apply for certain courses and programs

Site Information

Site Location Milton (Bronte Meadows)
Located In Community Milton
Address & Map
470 Bronte St S, Unit 204 and 205
Milton, ON L9T 2J4
 
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Intersection Bronte St S and Laurier Ave
Physical Access Fully Accessible

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