In-person Programs

Mental health of children with disabilities and their families

Here is a list of in-person programs offered in areas of Montreal, Laval, and the Laurentians (QC, Canada). Please use the Search box to find your program.

Any keyword can be used to filter the available programs. Ex.: "depression", "Laval", "intervention"

  • Target refers to whether the program focused on providing resources for the child and/or the caregiver and/or family (e.g., siblings)
  • Focus refers to what the program is offering (e.g., evaluations of mental health concerns, interventions/treatment, redirection or referral)

 

Name of ServiceProgramAgeTargetConditionFocus / GoalWebsite
Amcal (Residential Program)-Residential Program
-Access: No specified geo restrictions
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
12-17 yearsChild
Parent
All conditions
NB: No referral needed, varying programs available including outreach family counselling, Emerging Adult Program and parental counselling
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventionsClick Here
Batshaw Youth Protection-Access: No specified geo restrictions
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
0-18 yearsChild
Parent
Family
All conditionsIntervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal-CLSC (Psychosocial Program)-Psychosocial
-Access: Centralized intake within CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-17 yearsChild
Parent
-Behavioural problems (e.g., physical or verbal violence)
-Family problems
-Victims of abuse or neglect
-Problems related to peer violence
-Various adjustment problems
-Integration and adjustment of new families
NB: No referral needed for AAOR Program, 18+ for social consultation in CIUSSS region
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CUISSES de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, Nord-de-l'île-de-Montréal, l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (CAFÉ Service (Crise-Ado-Famille-Enfance))-CAFÉ Service (Crise-Ado-Famille-Enfance)
-Access: CIUSSS specific
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
5-17 yearsChild
Parent
Family
All conditions
Children aged 0-17
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Psychoeducational Services for Youth, Parents and Families)-Psychoeducational Services for Youth, Parents and Families
-Access: CIUSSS Specific
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-17 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Conflicting family relationship
-Behavioural problems -Discipline and crisis management
-Feeling of parental incompetence
-Family environment organization (routines, rules)
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal-CLSC (Disability Program)-Disability
-Access: General centralized intake within CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS and West Montreal Readaptation Centre (WMRC)
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-7 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Physical disability
-Intellectual disability
-An autism spectrum disorder
NB: Services designed for individuals with an intellectual disability (ID), a physical disability (PD) or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)Click Here
Paillion Rosemont-CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Cliniques spécialisées pour enfants et adolescents)-Cliniques spécialisées pour enfants et adolescents
-Access: General centralized intake within CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-17 yearsChildAll conditions
NB: For external pediatric clinic, consultation and follow-up services for youth under age 17, following physician referral.
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Youth Clinic)-Youth Clinic
-Access: General centralized intake throughout CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
12-25 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
All CLSC (Act Early Program)-Act Early Program
-Access: Accessible in all provincial CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout multiple CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-5 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Concerns about child development related to:
-Sleep
-Language
-Motor skills
-Cognitive and social/emotional development
-Knowledge
-Attention
-Emotional management
-Socialization
NB: Developmental monitoring/ general screening provided for any child presenting difficulties (generally aged 0-5)
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Support for families and youth in difficulty program)-Support for families and youth in difficulty
-Access: Access based on sector within CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.

0-17 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Depression
-Bullying
-Rejection
-Stress
-Mental health
-Isolation
-Suicidal thoughts
-Death of a loved one
-Heartache
-Behavioural disorders
-Conflict
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Urgent Family Crisis Support)-Urgent Family Crisis Support
-Access: Access based on sector within CIUSSS
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
5-17 yearsChild
Parent
Family
All conditionsIntervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'île-de-Montréal (Mental Health Support Program- Enfants)-Mental Health Support- Enfants
-Access: CIUSSS specific; access based on sector/ age of child
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-5 yearsChild
Parent
Family
All conditions
NB: Contact CLSC directly for children aged 0-5
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'île-de-Montréal (Mental Health Support- Youth)-Mental Health Support- Youth
-Access: CIUSSS specific; access based on sector/ age of youth
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
6-17 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Depression
-Bullying
-Rejection
-Stress
-Mental health
-Isolation
-Suicidal thoughts
-Death of a loved one
-Heartache
-Behavioural disorders
-Conflict
NB: Contact "Accueil psychosocial" for youth aged 6-17
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis/
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'île-de-Montréal (Jeunes en difficulté Programme)-Jeunes en difficulté
-Access: CIUSSS specific; offered at select CLSC
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-21 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Depression
-Bullying
-Rejection
-Stress
-Mental health
-Isolation
-Suicidal thoughts
-Death of a loved one
-Heartache
-Behavioural disorders
-Conflict
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de Montréal (Youth Clinic)-Youth Clinic
-Access: CIUSSS specific; offered at select CLSC
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
14-24 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions)/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CLSC-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Jeunes en difficulté Prgramme)-Jeunes en difficulté
-Access: CIUSSS specific; offered at select CLSC
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-21 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Depression
-Bullying
-Rejection
-Stress
-Mental health
-Isolation
-Suicidal thoughts
-Death of a loved one
-Heartache
-Behavioural disorders
-Conflict
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
CISSS Laval (Programme Deficience du Language)-Programme Deficience du Language
-Access: CIUSSS specific
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
2-17 yearsChild
Parent
Language deficit disorders such as:
-Oral and verbal dyspraxia and related disorders: without intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum, auditory deficits, or overall developmental delays
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CISSS Laval (Programme Deficience Motrice)-Programme Deficience Motrice
-Access: CIUSSS specific
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
3-17 yearsChild
Parent
Motor Deficit Disorders such as:
-Cerebral Palsy
-Global Developmental Delays: without intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum, auditory deficits
NB: Focused clientele: individuals with cerebral palsy between 0-17, motor delay ages 0-7, developmental delay/mainly motor ages 0-7, developmental delay associated with a condition ages 0-17, developmental coordination disorder 5-17
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/
Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
CISSS Laval (Services spécifiques Jeunesse DI-TSA-DP (1re ligne))-Services spécifiques Jeunesse DI-TSA-DP (1re ligne)
-Access: CIUSSS specific
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-21 yearsChild
Parent
-Intellectual disability
-Autism spectrum disorder
-Physical disability
NB: For youth with diagnoses
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention: Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
Collective Community Services05-12 yearsChildAll conditionsIntervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Fondation Jeunes en Tete11-18 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
St. Justine Hospital Psychiatry (Perinatal and Early Childhood Psychiatry Clinic, Specialized clinic)-Perinatal and Early Childhood Psychiatry Clinic, Specialized clinic
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-5 yearsChild
Parent
Disorders related to:
-Anxiety
-Impulsivity
-Aggressiveness,
-Opposition
-Sensory regulation
-Socialization; autism spectrum disorder with a psychiatric comorbidity
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
St. Justine Hospital Psychiatry (Children and Youth Program)-Children and Youth
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible throughout CIUSSS
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
6-18 yearsChild
Parent
Disorders related to:
-Anxiety
-Impulsivity
-Aggressiveness,
-Opposition
-Sensory regulation
-Socialization; autism spectrum disorder with a psychiatric comorbidity
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Douglas Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Intensive Intervention Program)-Intensive Intervention Program
-Access: Medical referral required, range of ages/ sectors covered
-Wheelchair accessible: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Douglas Institute
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
13-17 yearsChild
Parent
-Psychosis
-Mood disorders
-Severe anxiety disorders
-Eating disorders
NB: Diagnostic specialized services in mental health to youth aged 13 to 17 years who do not adequately respond to treatment; services require a medical referral
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)
Click Here
Douglas Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Severe Behavior Disorders Program)-Severe Behavior Disorders
-Access: Medical referral required, range of ages/ sectors covered
-Wheelchair accessible: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Douglas Institute
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
6-12 yearsChild
Parent
-Behaviour problems
-Attention deficit disorder hyperactivity disorder
NB: Specialized services for children aged 6 to 12 years with behaviour problems with or without an attention deficit disorder / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); assessment needed to determine child's eligibility, clinician referral necessary
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)
Click Here
Douglas Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) Diagnostic Clinic)-Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) Diagnostic Clinic
-Access: Medical referral required, range of ages/ sectors covered
-Wheelchair accessible: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Douglas Institute
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-17 yearsChild
Parent
-Pervasive developmental disorder or autism
-Children who have already been diagnosed and who need assessment
NB: Diagnostic clinic for children suspected of having a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) or ASD and for children who have already been diagnosed and require assessment.
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)
Click Here
Douglas Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal (Out Patient Care)-Out Patient Care
-Access: Based on medical referral with pertinent evaluations
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Douglas Institute
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-17 yearsChild
Parent
-Anxiety
-Depression
-Eating disorders
-Schizophrenia and other forms of psychosis
-Bipolar disorders
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)
Click Here
Miriam Foundation (Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Early Childhood to Adolescent Services)-Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Early Childhood to Adolescent Services
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
0-11 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Autism spectrum disorders and/or neurodevelopmental disabilitiesAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Miriam Foundation (Children Services Program)-Children Services
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
0-11 yearsChild
Parent
Family
All conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Miriam Foundation (Early Start Denver Model (ESDM))-Early Start Denver Model (ESDM)
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
1-5 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Autism spectrum disorders and/or neurodevelopmental disabilitiesAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal childrens hospital (Inpatient Unit B7 South)-Inpatient Unit B7 South
-Access: Consultation requests received from across Quebec, including the James Bay and Hudson Bay territories
-Wheelchair accessibility:
Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (Consultation-liaison service)-Consultation-liaison service
-Wheelchair accessibility:
Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (Evaluation and stabilization of complex cases (ESCC))-Evaluation and stabilization of complex cases (ESCC)
-Access: Centralized intake; ESCC teams are partnered with first line mental health services within specific CIUSSS (West-Island and central-west Montreal). Second line psychiatry is also provided to the communities of Kahnawake and Kahnesatake.
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (ADHD Program)-ADHD
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAttention deficit and hyperactivity disorder
NB: Tertiary level consultations for children with ADHD who present complex condition and for whom typical treatment has proven ineffective. Acceptance to specialized service requires submission of medical consultation and copy of psychology report including cognitive testing from past three years.
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (Autism Complex Psychopharmacology Clinic)-Autism Complex Psychopharmacology Clinic
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAll conditions
NB: For children with autism spectrum disorders, already receiving intervention in the community (CLSC and/or CRDI), with severe mental health concerns that have not been adequately addressed by pharmacologic or non-pharmacologic intervention.
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (Behavioural Pediatrics)-Behavioural Pediatrics
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAutism spectrum disorder
NB: For patients with complex medical conditions as well as psychiatric difficulties
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Montreal children's hospital (Emergency service)-Emergency service
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through Montreal Children's Hospital
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-18 yearsChildAll conditionsAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
JGH (Teenage Health Unit)-Teenage Health Unit
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through JGH
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
13-19 yearsChild-Depression and suicidal tendencies
-Anxiety disorders
-Self-mutilation
-Physical and sexual abuse
-ADHD
-Eating disorders
-Substance abuse
-Bullying
-Family discord
-Anger management problems
-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Portage (Adolescent Program)-Adolescent Program
-Access: Adolescent programs span across several provinces and depend on location/ language of preference.
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
14-18 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Drug abuseAssessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)
Click Here
Association IRIS (Intitiative de Ré-Insertion Sociale) (Le Centre Intervention de Crise)-Le Centre Intervention de Crise
-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
Above 14 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Anxiety
-Isolation
-Suicidal thoughts
-Unexplainable distress
-Being invaded by ideas, voices
-Inability to cope with a loss, to maintain a connection with others
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Programme TranXition)-Programme TranXition
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through through Mackay site
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
15-25 years oldChild
Parent
Family
Motor disability and/or; visual disability and/or; hearing disability and/or; language disability.Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Youth Program)-Youth Program
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through through Layton and Mackay sites
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
8-24 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Motor disability and/or; visual disability and/or; hearing disability and/or; language disability.Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Children Program)-Children Program
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-7 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Motor disability and/or; visual disability and/or; hearing disability and/or; language disability.Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Speech and Language Program, Children and youth)-Speech and Language Program, Children and youth
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-24Child
Parent
Family
-Suspected developmental language disorder
-Diagnosed developmental language disorder
-Childhood apraxia of speech
-Stuttering
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Rehabilitation Program in Specialized Schools (CCOMTL)-Motor)-Rehabilitation Program in Specialized Schools (CCOMTL)-Motor
-Access: Children must be eligible for rehabilitation services at Lethbridge- Layton-Mackay and be admissible to either Mackay Centre School or Philip E. Layton School based on diagnosis and profile.
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through specialized Philip E. Layton and Mackay Centre Schools and Terrebonne site.
-Assistance during visit: Generally accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
4-24 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Severe Apraxia of Speech
-Developmental Language Disorder, Neurological (ex: cerebral palsy
-Muscular dystrophy or genetic diagnosis) and persistent motor and/or communication impairments
-Significant and persistent hearing loss where the child would benefit from sign language support
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Center (Rehabilitation Program in Specialized Schools (CCOMTL)-Vision)Rehabilitation Program in Specialized Schools (CCOMTL)-Vision
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
-Assistance during visit: Accessible to clients requiring physical assistance during their visit.
0-24 yearsChild
Parent
Family
Diagnosed vision impairment:
-Visual acuity less than 20/70 or visual field less than 60 degrees or complete hemianopsia. -Child can also have a motor, intellectual or sensory impairments
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
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Chez Pops Day Centre-Wheelchair accessibility: Individuals are encouraged to confirm wheelchair accessibility details when scheduling their visit.
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
12-25 yearsChildAll conditionsIntervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions
Click Here
CIUSSS Centre-Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal /Centre de Réadaptation Lethbridge Layton Mackay (Programme Enfance)-Programme Enfance
-Access: Referral can be made using the Request for Services form by the individual, the family or a member of the community
-Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible, services offered through MAB, Mackay
-Assistance during visit: Please ensure the setting meets physical assistance requirements when scheduling your visit.
0-7 yearsChild
Parent
Family
-Visual impairment
-Hearing impairment
-Motor deficits
NB: For children aged 0-7 with significant and persistent difficulties in one or more of the specified areas
Assessment:
Diagnosis and Caregiver Education on Diagnosis
Intervention:
Psychotherapy, counselling, social work, information on interventions/
Follow-up (Support after intervention or discharge)/ Crisis/emergency management (Suicide support)/
Redirection (Information or support leading to other resources)
Click Here