Provides community based psychiatric assessment, consultation and treatment for adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs (dual diagnosis) residing in the hospital’s catchment area.
The service assists in case management and discharge planning with Aboriginal patients who are referred from the regional mental health programs of the North Bay Regional Health Centre.
Support the development of local capacity, integrate concurrent disorders services within district mental health and addiction systems and ensure these specialized services utilize current research, knowledge and best practices.
The vision of the REIP service is to establish a system of support that will allow people experiencing a first episode of psychosis to proceed with their life goals and maximize opportunities for personal development.
The program provides assessment, intervention and support to assist individuals with age related mental health disorders to remain in the community (private home, long-term care home or retirement home) and to prevent psychiatric hospitalization where possible.
The service’s primary focus is to provide alternate care pathways for youth between the ages of 12-18 (less a day) across the Northeast Region of Ontario.
Provides specialized mental health services to individuals found “Unfit to Stand Trial” or “Not Criminally Responsible” and living in the community under a disposition order of the Ontario Review Board throughout the Northeast Region.
A voluntary service in which an Owner/Operator of a home provides residential care to individuals with a serious mental illness. The Service is open to individuals who may no longer require hospitalization or to those who live independently in the community and may now require assistance.