Residential services provide mental health treatment for youth between the ages of 12 and 18 who experience severe emotional, social and/or behavioral difficulties at home and/or in the community. Referrals are received from parents, adolescents (over 12 years of age), school officials, courts, and other service providers. Family members are involved in the treatment process.
Our Community Programs cover two areas of expertise. First we have the initial contact with the community through the Crisis Intake Team which would respond with the Family and Community Support Program.
Our Woodview program provides closed custody for 10 female youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years, who await disposition or have been found guilty of offences under the Youth Criminal Justice Act .
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