Halton Alcohol Drug and Gambling Assessment Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) offers a full spectrum of services to clients and their loved ones experiencing concerns with addictions, mental health or concurrent disorders.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Halton Region Branch can help you manage mental health and/or addiction concerns in a positive way by learning how to make healthier choices. CMHA provides support if you have both a mental health concern and a developmental and/or intellectual disability.
Halton Healthcare is an award winning healthcare organization comprised of three community hospitals and numerous community-based services in the growing urban and rural communities of Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville. Addictions and Mental health services offered include psychiatric consultation, addiction medicine, individual and group psychotherapy, early intervention in psychosis, community case management for serious mental illness, day treatment, acute inpatient care, and emergency and crisis support.
Hope Place Centres provide gender-specific addictions treatment and recovery services for men and women in relation to the misuse and abuse of alcohol and drugs. Hope Place Centres have uniquely qualified professionals and practitioners for healing arts such as yoga instructors, art therapists, acupuncturists and spiritual guides.
Peel Addiction Assessment and Referral Centre (PAARC) serves people who are concerned with their families, loved ones or their own involvement with alcohol, drugs and/or gambling. PAARC’s services are free to clients and include education, professional clinical interactions, early intervention and comprehensive treatment planning and implementation in order to help individuals meet their goals.
Supported Training and Rehabilitation in Diverse Environments (STRIDE) is the only Halton based organization whose primary purpose is to serve the employment needs of individuals facing mental health and/or addictions issues. STRIDE provides a comprehensive range of employment supports including an Employment Connections Program, Worksite Training Program and Youth Employment Program.
Summit Housing and Outreach Programs (SHOP) was created in response for the need of supportive affordable housing for people with mental illness. SHOP offers a wide variety of housing options in Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Georgetown and Acton.
Support & Housing Halton was created to ensure that people with mental health issues could remain or return to their community. Over the years, supportive housing has expanded to include three townhouses in Oakville and two in Acton. Halton Homes Program was later created for those with serious mental illness, as well as a relationship with the Region of Halton who provides rent-geared-to-income housing units.
The Centre for Innovation in Peer Support provides community-based, peer run support programs for individuals with mental illness. The Centre is a self-help organization for individuals 16 and older who live with or have previously experienced personal mental health and/or addictions issues.
Trillium Health Partners is the largest provider of Mental Health Services in the West Toronto and Peel Regions. Offering both inpatient and outpatient services including Assertive Community Treatment Team, Community Treatment Orders, Housing and Support Peel Partial Hospitalization, Case Management Service Mississauga, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Mental Health Clinics, Seniors Mental Health Services and Suicide Risk Assessment.
Access and System Navigation (ASN) is a service that is housed at ROCK which is developing towards one point of access for children/youth/families and professionals supporting a child or youth who require information or services from a community based mental health agency in Halton Region. ASN's partners include; Community Youth Programs, Nelson Youth Centres, Radius Child and Youth Services, and Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services.