Woebot is an artificially intelligent chatbot delivered through a smartphone app that helps individuals monitor their mood and learn about themselves. It uses evidence-based cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) techniques to equip users with the tools they need and has been shown to reduce symptoms associated with anxiety and depression in just two weeks. Woebot is […]Continue readingWoe-Bot
Here 24/7 is your front door to the addictions, mental health and crisis services provided by 11 agencies across Waterloo Wellington.
Most services require a formal referral and assessment process that is completed by Here 24/7. Some services only require a referral and a few others you can access directly without contacting Here 24/7.
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House of Friendship Service: Also known as the Moving Forward Group this community treatment program provides quick access to information and services to the target group for the purpose of enhancing the mother’s health, providing education and support to women in recovery who are parenting children less than six years of age, and to work […]Continue readingWomen’s Community Treatment-Early Childhood Development
Residential Treatment programs are available all across the province. We have only listed our local providers in our directory. If you would like to receive care somewhere else in the province just let us know. House of Friendship Service: House of Friendship’s community-based, four to ten-week residential program for adult women whose substance use has […]Continue readingWomen’s Residential Treatment
House of Friendship Service: House of Friendship reserves a designated residential treatment bed for women who are pregnant and require residential treatment (enhanced/specialized service) and assistance getting to medical appointments. This residential treatment service provides quick access to information and services for the purpose of enhancing the mother’s health, providing education, and to work collaboratively […]Continue readingWomen’s Residential Treatment-Early Childhood Development
This programming serves youth 13+ who need structured support to overcome the challenges of addiction and substance abuse, but do not need, or are not ready to participate in, the more intensive support offered in a residential program. Programming runs from 10:00 am-3:00 pm Monday-Friday and will access peer support, individual counselling and group support. […]Continue readingYouth Addictions Day Treatment
Homewood Health Centre Service: Individual counselling for youth with substance abuse issues. Homewood Community Addiction Services (CADS) provides community out-patient addiction counselling for individuals and families struggling with addiction issues. CADS is client-focused and works closely with the community to provide quality programming and services. Counselling services are available on an individual, family and group […]Continue readingYouth Community Addictions Services
Mental Health & Justice Services Program helps young people between the ages of 12 to 17 who are experiencing mental health concerns (whether diagnosed or symptoms suggesting a major mental illness) and who are also charged with a minor criminal offence in Guelph/Wellington County that are believed to be connected to a mental health or concurrent disorder. How […]Continue readingYouth Justice & Court Support
Residential Treatment programs are available all across the province. We have only listed our local providers in our directory. If you would like to receive care somewhere else in the province just let us know. Portage Service: Portage’s Residential Treatment Program is offered to male and female adolescents. The program is set up for clients […]Continue readingYouth Residential Addictions Treatment