As a result of the Covid 19 pandemic, CMHA Youth Services has adapted to meet the needs of youth in our community.
Youth Services will be offering walk-in intakes and support with system navigation Wednesdays from 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm at 134 Anne St South in Barrie, Ontario.
Youth do not need to have completed a formal referral to attend. We will also still accept referrals and complete intakes outside of this time
We are continuing to offer one to one support, education and information and group sessions. Support can be utilized by in person visits, email, phone and secure video conferencing.
Please review the options below and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the service you are requesting.
Click here to view the schedule and details on how to register.`
This email is not monitored 24/7, IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS PLEASE CALL THE CRISIS LINE AT 705 728 5044
The CMHA team would like to welcome you to our Organization. This website is full of information to help you learn more about us, what you can expect when you visit our sites, and when you participate in our programs and services. Please review the information and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
CMHA’s programs for youth vary depending on age and needs. Click here to access a guide to help you identify services you can access.
Our Client Handbook provides information about each of the programs with eligibility and how to access the program. Click here to see the handbook.
Click on one of the options below to identify how to access our services based on your age.
If you don’t qualify for any of these services or would like additional information on other services in the community, please click (here.)
ONTARIO TELEMEDICINE NETWORK (OTN)
All clients and community partners of CMHA have access to Telemedicine. Telemedicine uses video cameras and monitors to connect clients to specialists who are not located near to them. This reduces travel time and expense for our clients. To access this service, ask your doctor or counsellor to set it up for you for your appointments. All you need is a computer with camera and microphone (about this service)
Your rights and responsibilities (handout)
Your privacy (about your privacy)
Becoming a Client / Family Advisory Committee member (more information)
Complaint process and your feedback (handout)
About Client Safety (more information)
Mental Health Information (more information)
About Addictions (more information)
Community Awareness Program (CAP) (more information)