Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services

Brantford Child and Family Centre

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Record #: SIM4495 Last Full Update: 27 Mar 2013
Location, Telephone & Internet
Address & Map
643 Park Rd N
Brantford, ON N3T 5L8
 
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Located In CommunityBrantford
IntersectionPark Rd N and Powerline Rd
Office Phone519-752-5308
Fax519-752-9102
E-Mailgeneral@woodview.ca
Websitewww.woodview.ca
Contact Information
Primary ContactFlora Ennis, Director Childrens Mental Health Services; Phone: (Business) 519-752-5308 ext 105
Description & Services
AccessibilityFully Accessible
DescriptionWoodview's programs are directed to children and adolescents experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties * These age-specific programs include office-based individual and family counseling, group therapy, residential programs, day treatment, early years and intensive child and family services.  
 
Office-based counseling provides support to families whose children and youth struggle with mental health issues, school difficulties, family conflict, divorce, trauma, grief, addictions, and behavioural problems. 
 
Our residential program is for children ages 6 – 12 focusing on an 8 am-8 pm programming * Individual and family counseling is provided 
 
Day treatment provides therapeutic school-based programs for eight children in grade 7 or 8 or youth (13-16) in partnership with the GEDSB 
 
Early Years is an intensive program for families of children under 6 and helps to build on their strengths, parenting skills and family relationships 
 
Intensive Child and Family Services are directed towards families of children (7-18 years) * This program offers counseling and support, parenting strategies, consultation and support to schools, parenting groups and children's programs  
 
R.O.K.S. Program - Reaching Out to Kids in Schools provides support to students from grades JK to 12 in both GEDSB & BHNCDSB who are experiencing difficulaties with emotional, behavioural or social issues that impact negatively on their school success.  
 
Telepsychiatry Program - Provides Program Consultations, an Educational Component, and Direct Consultations with Child Psychiatrists through the Western Hub using videoconferencing.  
 
We provide a variety of groups for parents (see Your Guide for list)  
 
To register or for referral to any of Woodview's programs, please call Contact Brant at 519-758-8228 
HoursMain office - Mon-Thu 8 am - 8 pm, Fri 9 am - 5 pm
DatesAll year
Areas ServedBrant County ; Brantford
EligibilityAges: 18 year(s) and under
FeesNone
LanguagesEnglish
Subjects
SubjectsAutism ; Children ; Counselling ; Crisis intervention ; Home support ; Mental disorders ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Parenting support ; Treatments ; Youth