COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Service Change: Telephone/virtual support and counselling available. In-person counselling and face-to-face services by appointment during regular hours.

For after hours support, call 519-539-0463 or 1-877-539-0463.

Specialized Programs

912 Dundas St
Woodstock, ON
N4S 1H1
Toll-Free: 1-877-539-0463
Fax: 519-539-7058
iconPath Crisis Line: Daily 24 hours
Program hours vary
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Call to Inquire for specific program

Eligibility / Target Population

Newborn to children 18 years and their parents/caregivers




Mamta Chail-Teves - Executive Director
Chantal Dubois - Clinical Director



Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served

Oxford and Elgin depending on program


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Description of Services

Community-based, in-home. in-school, one-on-one and crisis/intervention services

Autism Spectrum Disorder Youth Transition Support Program (ASD) - Provides in-home and in school support for students with Autism or Aspergers through their transition from elementary to secondary school

Crisis/Urgent Services (0-18 years and their caregivers) - Intervenes in any situation that requires an immediate response because a child/youth is at risk of imminent harm to themselves or others due to behavioural, psychiatric or emotional issues * most services provided during regular office hours * after office hours crisis worker available to provide phone assessment and support

Early Years Program (0-6 years and their caregivers) - In-home, in-school, and in-community intensive, intervention and treatment services to young children with mental health concerns and their families

Intensive Support (0-18 years and their caregivers) - Intensive in-home and in school support services to children with mental health problems and their families in their home, schools and communities * program offered in collaboration with the child/family counselling services or early years programs

The Oxford Respite Network (0-18 years and their caregivers) - Provides families with an interval of rest and relief by helping them find formal or informal respite supports that will meet each family's needs

Pittock School (7-12 years) - Day treatment program * educational and treatment alternative for children whose academic and emotional needs cannot be met in their regular school classroom or alternative programs within the education system * referral made through school system

Youth Justice Program (12-18 years) - Support to youth on probation who have conditional supervision or community supervision orders
Last Updated: Nov 8, 2021: Suggest an edit