York Hills Child and Family Services
York Hills has expertise in treating the social, emotional and behavioural challenges of children, youth and their families. As an agency, we are committed to providing high-quality practices of care that have been proven to show positive outcomes.
905-773-4323 ext 0 or at 905-737-8927
Catholic Community Services of York Region
Helping individuals and their families thrive and grow in relationships with one another and within our community.
905-770-7040 ext 241
We provide a unique and holistic approach to therapy, education and advocacy for those who have experienced trauma. We work from anti-racist and anti-oppressive frameworks, serving all ages. We are committed to improving their lives through a trauma-specific therapy plan that is designed to meet each person’s unique needs, strengths and challenges.
Community Helpers for Active Participation (CHAP)
The CHAP Program is an online registry that connects families with individuals with disabilities with respite workers.
Children’s Treatment Network
CTN’s focus is on supporting children who need long-term support for a range of diagnoses and special needs from birth to their 19th birthday (or up until high school graduation). Our clients often require multiple interventions such as physiotherapy, medical, speech and/or occupational therapies.
Chinese Family Services of Ontario
Chinese Family Services of Ontario helps build a safe and harmonious community by providing professional counselling and settlement services to individuals and families in need.
Canadian Mental Health Association (HOPE-Help Overcome Psychosis Early)
– York Region Branch – Youth Age 14 and over
As a nationwide, voluntary organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Evergreen provides community-based supportive services to individuals and their families in Markham, Stouffville and Thornhill, who are living with a life-threatening illness or living with the death of a loved one.
Family Services York Region-Counselling
FSYR is a Not for Profit, Charitable organization. We are committed to excellence in the provision of counselling for children, youth, women, men and their families. All counselling services seek to promote the fullest development of the individual. We believe in family in all its diversity.
905-415-9719 or 1-866-415-9723
360 Kids – Gang Prevention & Intervention Program
360° Kids works with youth from an outreach perspective to go where the youth are, identifying and assisting with immediate needs.
General 360 Kids contact info:
Health For All
Expert social workers will provide you counselling and support that is respectful of culture, race, religion, gender and sexual orientation.
LDAYR – Learning Disabilities Association of York Region
Offers Education and Support Programs, Children’s Programs, Youth and Adult Programs.
Kinark Children and Youth
Child and Family Services is dedicated to helping children and youth with complex needs and their families achieve better outcomes.
Community-based Child and Youth Mental Health (1-888-454-6275)
Forensic Mental Health and Youth Justice (1-905-844-4110)
Kinark Autism Services (1-800-283-3377)
Kinark Outdoor Centre (KOC) (1-800-805-8252)
Childcare Centres (905-476-5449)
Supervised Access Service
Simcoe/Muskoka 1-800-386-6561 x6334
Peterborough 1-800-386-6561 x5045
Kerry’s Place York/Simcoe
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder and to empower them and their families, through evidence-based, innovative and person-directed supports.
Learning Disabilities Association of York Region
The Learning Disabilities Association of York Region (LDAYR) is a charitable non-profit organization which was established in 1976. We provide leadership in Learning Disabilities advocacy, research, education and services, and strive to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with Learning Disabilities (LD) in society.
Provides suicide intervention training dedicated to helping individuals and communities become safer from suicide.
Markham Stouffville Hospital: Child & Adolescent Services (CAS & ATLAS)
The Child and Adolescent Outpatient Mental Health Program provide assessment and treatment for youth up to age 18 years with moderate-to-severe mental health conditions. We offer services for a range of conditions including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and early signs of psychosis. Our team consists of a child psychiatrist, a consultant physician, social workers and child and youth counsellors who are skilled to support patients and their families in recovery from mental illness.