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Please note that our Centre functions in English. Unless otherwise indicated, our programs, services and SickKids CCMH Learning Institute courses are offered in English.

Community Mental Health

In the Community

Community Mental Health

Working in neighbourhoods across the city

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Delivering programs and services

We deliver services targeted to infants, children and youth with mental health issues and their families. We have two treatment sites, our downtown location at 440 Jarvis Street and the second in North York, at 1645 Sheppard Avenue West. We have satellite locations and partnerships across the city including with the Toronto District School Board and Jarvis Collegiate Institute. We also run specific programs in key neighbourhoods: Black Creek, St. James Town and Flemingdon Park – Victoria Village.

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Treatment Centres

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The Hospital for
Sick Children

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School sites

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Our Community

We are a safe, inclusive and diverse organization. Our clients are from diverse backgrounds and communities from across the city. We respect and welcome children, youth and families from all ethno-cultural and racial communities, and all sexual orientations and gender identities. Our staff team is reflective of the diversity of people and culture in the city of Toronto. We accommodate unique language, cultural and communication needs. Mental health services can be supported by an interpreter where needed.