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If this is an emergency, dial 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room. Click here for directions to the SickKids Emergency Department if this is the closest location for you.

 

If you need urgent help but don’t need to go to a hospital emergency room, click here for Crisis Centres.

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  • July 06 2020

    SickKids CCMH opens for in-person services July 6, supplementing virtual care

    SickKids CCMH is entering the first stage of our return to in-person, onsite services. [...] Read More

  • June 22 2020

    SickKids CCMH planning on resuming in-person service in stages; virtual care continues

    SickKids CCMH has pivoted to delivering our services virtually due to COVID-19. Right now, we are preparing our sites for a gradual, safe return to in-person services. An announcement will be made in early July; please check back to this site for updates. [...] Read More

  • May 19 2020

    SickKids CCMH will re-open in stages

    On May 14, Premier Ford announced that certain workplaces and businesses have permission to open or expand their services on May 19. [...] Read More

  • May 07 2020

    Care during COVID-19: SickKids CCMH providing services through phone and video conference

    Due to COVID-19, SickKids CCMH is providing services by phone and videoconference. In keeping with public health advice, resumption of in-person services at our Jarvis and Sheppard sites will align with safety directives from Toronto Public Health. [...] Read More

  • May 04 2020

    Mental health services go virtual at SickKids and SickKids CCMH during COVID-19 pandemic

    The mental health teams at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (CCMH) have had a rapid advance into virtual care in response to COVID-19. [...] Read More

  • April 09 2019

    Increasing access to care: SickKids CCMH announces a new service delivery model

    We know that as many as one in five children and youth in Ontario will experience a mental health problem and that five out of six of these kids will not receive treatment.* These numbers tell us that we need to think differently about how we deliver service. [...] Read More