FACTT is a multidisciplinary team-based approach to support individuals living in the community who are dealing with significant mental health issues. We recognize resiliency and approach recovery as a process with ups and downs. We are able to adapt the intensity of support based on individual needs for support and flexibility. This recovery oriented service […]Continue readingFlexible Assertive Community Treatment Team
Mental Health Services
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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Babies start learning about their world at birth by looking, hearing, tasting, touching, smelling and moving. This learning generally follows a predictable path. New abilities are acquired in about the same order for most children. For infants and children whose developmental progress may be at risk or delayed, our Infant and Child Development Consultants (I&CD) […]Continue readingInfant and Child Development
This service supports individuals that live in the community who are dealing with significant mental health issues. We promote independence and quality of life through the coordination of appropriate services and consistent and ongoing support. We are dedicated to supporting resilience and recovery, based on our core values of hope, self-determination and wellness. We also […]Continue readingIntensive Support Coordination
Mental Health and Justice Services helps people who are experiencing mental health concerns (whether diagnosed or symptoms suggesting a major mental illness) who are also charged with a criminal offense in Waterloo or Wellington region. We offer advocacy and individual assistance in accessing services and community resources for adults 18+ years old. Certain services, such […]Continue readingMental Health and Justice Services
CMHA WW Service: CMHA WW offers a recovery-based supportive housing service that combines support with housing to promote successful tenancies for individuals experiencing significant mental health issues and are at risk of housing instability. Dunara Homes for Recovery Services: In partnership with Thresholds homes and supports, Dunara provides intensive support to individuals in Guelph with […]Continue readingMental Health Supportive Housing
Living with mental health and/or addiction issues and want to check out a Self Help & Peer Support group or access 1:1 peer support? Peer Support is about helping another person move on with their life – to recover. This involves: Helping that person get in touch with what they think will improve their quality […]Continue readingSelf Help and Peer Support Services
The Skills for Safer Living program is a combination of a twenty-week skills-based group and a peer support group for individuals with recurring thoughts and behaviours about suicide. The group process and content has been derived from innovative work that has developed over the last ten years at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. The Skills […]Continue readingSkills for Safer Living
Supportive Addiction and Mental Health Housing program (SAMH) is designed to provide support for people with complex addiction and concurrent mental health needs who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or who are considered inadequately housed. Are you an adult who needs support to manage your substance use and/or mental health while living independently? […]Continue readingSupportive Addiction & Mental Health Housing (SAMH)
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