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View Document FETCH Criteria - Brentwood Bay, Colwood, Esquimalt, Langford, Metchosin, North Saanich, Saanich, Saanichton, Sidney, Sooke, Victoria, View Royal

Community Health Notice posted: 19-Jan-2016 3:38 PM PST

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Mental Health / Counselling - Children / Youth Mental Health - Counselling / Therapy

High Risk Services

High Risk Services provides urgent assessment and support for youth (under the age of 19) at high risk for suicide or who are experiencing high risk mental and emotional distress.more info

Address / Contact Info
201-4478 West Saanich Road
, Victoria, BC, V8Z 3E9
Phone: (250) 952-5073

Child and Youth Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI)

South Island Child and Youth Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) is a specialized service that provides prompt support, collaboration, education and mental health assessment to South Island children up to their 17th birthday who appear to be experiencing a decline in function and have auditory/visual hallucinations and/or delusions that may indicate early psychosis.more info

Address / Contact Info
Queen Alexandra Centre of Children’s Health,
2400 Arbutus Road
, Victoria, BC, V8N 1V7
To discuss referrals phone intake: 250-519-6794 or 250-519-6720
Web Links Website

Collaborative Psychiatric Outreach Project

The Collaborative Psychiatric Outreach Project is a pilot project designed to improve access to child and youth psychiatry for children and youth with mental health concerns in several sub-populations of the South Island.more info

Address / Contact Info
Web Links Website

CYFMH Mental Health – Emergency and Crisis Services

If there is an immediate mental health or substance use emergency, child and youth clients and their families can access services by visiting the hospital emergency room.more info

Address / Contact Info

CYFMH Mental Health – Inpatient Services

The Ledger Program is a resource that provides acute, in-patient, hospital based psychiatric services for children and youth from Vancouver Island. more info

Address / Contact Info
Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health
2400 Arbutus Road
, Victoria, BC, V8N 1V7
To discuss referrals phone intake: 250-519-6794 or 250-519-6720
Office phone: (250) 519-6716
Web Links Website

CYFMH Mental Health – Outpatient Services

The Anscomb Program supports children, youth and their families by evaluating and planning treatment for significant emotional, behavioral, psychological and psychiatric symptoms in order to increase the mental health and functioning of children and youth at home, at school and within their home community.more info

Address / Contact Info
Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health
2400 Arbutus Road
, Victoria , BC, V8N 1V7
To discuss referrals phone intake: 250-519-6794 or 250-519-6720
Office phone: (250) 519-5390
Web Links Website

CYFMH Mental Health – Urgent, Short-term and Consultation Services

Child, Youth and Family Ambulatory Clinic at VGH or the Anscomb Program at the Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Healthmore info

Address / Contact Info
Phone: (250) 727-4212
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Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT)

IMCRT is a collaboration between Child, Youth, and Family MH, Adult MHSU, and Greater Victoria police forces. Interdisciplinary MHSU clinicians work alongside plain-clothes police officers to provide a rapid, mobile, community-based response to people of all ages experiencing urgent/emergent mental health and substance use issues.more info

Address / Contact Info
Access through VI Crisis Line: 1-888-494-3888
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Maples Adolescent Treatment Center (MCFD)

The Maples is an accredited facility that offers specialized programs and services to address the needs of young people (12 to 17 years old) who have a lot of mental health concerns or troubling behaviour.more info

Address / Contact Info
3405 Willingdon Avenue
, Burnaby, BC, V5G 3X1
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Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services

About 70% of mental health challenges have their onset in childhood or youth. That’s why early identification and intervention is so critical and can lead to improved achievement in school and better health outcomes in life.more info

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