The Maltby Centre provides mental health and autism services to children and youth. We are the lead agency for both services in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington. We work with clients in one of many Maltby campuses, in their homes, in schools, or in other community locations. We work closely with numerous partner agencies to ensure successful service navigation. Maltby Centre was originally established as Pathways for Children & Youth in 1996. In 2018, the Agency was renamed Maltby Centre in honour of the founding director, JoAnne Maltby, who was an incredible advocate for children and youth. Today, Maltby Centre still operates under JoAnne’s vision and strives to create possibilities for change in young people’s lives.

Strategic Plan & Annual Reports

Strategic Plan & Annual Reports
We are celebrating our 25th Anniversary with the unveiling of a new three-year Strategic Plan. We are proud of our legacy and are delighted to build on it as we move into an exciting future.
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Our People & Leadership

Our People

Our staff is dedicated to making a positive change in the lives of children and youth. Maltby Centre employs a variety of professionals with specialized skills in both autism and mental health.

Our Board & Leadership Team

The Maltby Centre’s volunteer Board of Directors has a broad range of skills and experience. Board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting and meet ten times per year.

Maltby Centre by the Numbers

3,073
children and youth are benefiting from our services annually
37
agencies serve alongside us on the Moving on Mental Health Task Force
496
clients attended our workshops in the last year
526
caregivers provided feedback in our parent capacity building survey
9
youth serving on our Youth Advisory Committee

Start Making a Change Today

Schedule a confidential consultation with one of our qualified counsellors.

Request a Consultation

Fill out the request form below or call 1.844.855.8340

Attention Youth - If you are between the ages of 12 to 18, you are eligible to receive confidential counselling with no parental consent.

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