Simcoe County, ON
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Kinark Child and Family Services - Barrie Branch
Children's mental health organization in Ontario that provides help to children and youth, families and communities.
34 Simcoe St.
Barrie, ON, Map
705-726-8861
1-800-230-8534 (Sans frais)
Âges servis: Tous âges
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
Région desservie Simcoe County

Programmes et services inclussent

Mobile Crisis Response Services for Children and Youth
Mobile Crisis Response Worker available Mondays - Fridays 8:30am-8:30pm (with the exception of holidays); Mental Health Crisis Line Worker available 24hrs a day 7 days a week The Youth Mobile Crisis Response Services for children and youth is designed to provide mental health supports to children, youth, and families experiencing a crisis that is not imminently life threatening but would benefit from an immediate supportive response. Crises may include calls from children and youth who are depressed or suicidal, calls from parents who are concerned about aggressive, out of control behaviour, and calls from those who may have worries about disturbing or unusual behaviours. The Mobile Crisis Worker will provide immediate telephone response and support within 30 minutes of being contacted by the parent. The Crisis worker will assist parents and youth over the telephone to safely disengage from conflict and can support parents to plan interventions intended to stabilize the situation. The Crisis Worker can conduct a risk assessment involving the child or youth in the hospital, in the client's home, if situation is safe, or in the an office to assist with determining the level of risk for the child or youth. The Crisis Worker can meet clients and families at the site of the crisis, if the situation is safe, or to an agreed meeting place, as needed and mutually determined in consultation with their supervisor to provide further crisis management. The Crisis Worker will assist with the development of safety plans and crisis plans. They will provide information and support referrals to community services. Following the contact with the Mobile Crisis Response Worker, follow-up for up to 21 days can be provided, with the agreement of the youth and family. An appointment is usually provided to the youth and family within 48 hours of the referral for follow-up. Further support to ensure continued de-escalation of the crisis can also be provided. The primary goal is short-term intervention aimed at improved functioning for the youth and family and referral to the appropriate community resources where necessary.
34 Simcoe Street
Barrie, ON, L4N 6T4 Map
1-888-893-8333 (Sans frais)
705-728-5044 (Ligne de crise)
Âges servis: Jusqu'à 18 ans
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
Local
Children and youth in residential treatment are placed in home-like settings within communities. Child and Youth Workers, supported by other experienced professionals and clinicians, provide children’s daily care and facilitate individual plans of care. Wherever possible, parents/guardians join staff and children at mealtimes, during bedtime routines, during quiet and fun times, to ensure that these relationships are maintained and fostered, facilitating reintegration back home.
Barrie, ON, Map
705-726-8861
1-888-454-6275 (Sans frais)
Âges servis: Jusqu'à 18 ans
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
Local
Therapeutic Foster Care Program (TFC)
TFC places children and youth with trained foster parents and their families. Working jointly as a team, TFC parents, together with Kinark mental health professionals, child welfare workers from the Children's Aid Society, and the biological parents, develop and provide intensive treatment to children and youth in need. The program is designed for children and youth who have been placed in the care of the Children's Aid Society. Typically, these are youngsters who are experiencing a variety of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties because of abuse and/or neglect. They are children who have been identified as needing professional support and who can benefit from treatment within an alternative family setting. All TFC parents undergo an intensive training program and are supported by a professional support team.
34 Simcoe St
Barrie, ON, L4N 6T4 Map
1-888-454-6275 (Sans frais)
Âges servis: 2 - 16 ans
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
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Cette ressource est répertoriée sous ces sujets

Dépendances (y compris la toxicomanie, l’alcoolisme et le jeu compulsif)
Troubles déficitaires de l’attention (TDA/TDAH)
Gestion de la colère
Autisme et troubles du spectre autistique
Problèmes de comportement
Intimidation
Dépression
Trouble de l’acquisition de la coordination (TAC)
Troubles du développement, déficience intellectuelle et incapacités connexes
Troubles du comportement alimentaire, y compris l’anorexie et la boulimie
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Dernière modification 29 Dec 2011
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