Walk-In Clinics for Children, Youth & Young Adults
UPDATED JUNE 9, 2021
We’re changing as Ontario moves through the Roadmap to Reopen. Our services will return to what they were in the Fall of last year. Mental health access for children and youth is returning to both in-person and virtual services at our Kingston and Napanee locations. In-person or virtual appointments are now available.
CONTACT US TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
From Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm please call us at 613.546.8535 and speak with a Program Assistant. They will arrange to have one of our Mental Health Therapists call you back to offer counselling services over the phone or video. This could be a trying time causing stress and anxiety for you and/or your child. We would be happy to work with you on strategies to decrease the anxiety while talking through how to speak with your children about COVID-19. You may of course continue to access this service for mental health concerns unrelated to COVID-19.
Client Information Booklet
CRISIS OR AFTER HOURS SUPPORT
If you need urgent support or it is after normal business hours click to access our Crisis Support page for more information.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED TO GET STARTED
If you’re attending our walk-in clinic, please fill out these forms and bring them with you:
Walk-In Clinic Demographic Form (fill out one per client)
Walk-In Clinic Youth Questions (youth clients only)
Walk-In Clinic Caregiver Questions (caregivers only)
Walk-In Clinic Frequently Asked Questions
Counselling & Therapy
Brief Counselling: for people who need one or two sessions.
Counselling and Therapy: ongoing therapy for more complex needs.
Treatment groups, like:
- – Trauma Treatment (Intergenerational Trauma Treatment Program): a 21 session treatment program for children and youth and their families who have experienced any sort of impactful trauma.
- – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treatment Group: provides strategies for youth of all ages who are experiencing anxiety & depression.
Specialized Classrooms: an in-school classroom for those with behavioural, emotional, and social needs so severe they cannot manage in a typical classroom.
Emotional Regulation programs, like:
- – SNAP (Stop Now and Plan): 13-week preventative program for parents and children aged 6-11.
- – Social Skills programs, like IDEAS: social skill-building group for those with social, behavioral and emotional issues.
Intensive In-Home Coaching: ongoing in-home parent coaching for those with high needs.
Parent Education & Capacity-Building
COPE: 10-week program open to clients and the general public that helps parents develop skills to strengthen relationships with their chidren (especially children displaying social, behavioral and emotional issues).
Parenting Anxious Childen: 6-week program educating parents of anxious children (split by early years and age 7+).
Other Targeted Workshops: to help you learn about and support your child's mental health needs like anxiety, emotional regulation, and so on.