De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre

Mental Health & Addictions Services

Home Agency Service

Description
Mental health and addictions team providing mental health wellness services that are culturally safe and trauma-informed for members of the urban community who self-identify as having Aboriginal ancestry

Child and Youth Services - working with children and youth 6 years of age to 24 years of age. Also work with parents, families, caregivers and child protection professionals in providing culturally safe mental health services.

Adult Services - available to individuals 25 years of age and older experiencing mental health issues / psychosocial stressors that are interfering with mental wellness

Services Include:
  • trauma-informed care
  • intake and assessment
  • counselling
  • wellness planning and ongoing maintenance support
  • service coordination and referrals
  • advocacy for appropriate services when needed
  • play therapy
  • sand therapy
  • skills training for children and families
  • ASIST suicide intervention
  • cognitive behavioural therapy
  • solution-focused brief therapy
  • mindfulness practices
Mental Health Youth Patient Navigator - available to provide support to youth ages 15-24 who need support in navigating and accessing service and who are transitional aged

Services Include (but not limited to):
  • advocacy
  • provide pathways to promote healing through holistic approach ( physical, mental, emotional, spiritual)
  • assisting with Navigating the Health Care System
  • navigation/accessing services and programs
  • linkage to specialized services for Mental Health & Addictions
  • accompany youth to their medical appointments (upon request)
  • assist with social determinants of health that impact an individuals mental health (i.e. identification, housing, food security, life skills)
Presentations available upon request on relevant mental health topics
Eligibility
Age Requirements: Ages: 6 year(s) and up;
Application Process
Self-referral is highly encouraged/preferred and can be done by contacting any of the Aboriginal Health Centre numbers and ext 215
  • referral will be accepted from other sources/agencies/service providers
Phone
519-752-4340 ext 215
Toll Free
1-877-402-4121
Fax
519-752-6096
Web Site
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Email
info@dahac.com
Languages
English
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
Topic(s)
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Agency Information
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Contact Brant
Address
36 King St
Brantford, ON, N3T 3C5
Intersection: Darling St and King St;
Main office
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Hours of Operation
Mon-Thu 8:30 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4:30 pm * Fri 8:30 am-12 noon, 1 pm-3 pm
  • later appointments may be accommodated pending counsellors availability
Service Area(s)
  • Brant County
  • Brantford
  • Six Nations of the Grand River