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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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  • April 08 2021

    SickKids CCMH services under the stay-at-home order taking effect April 8

    As SickKids CCMH is an essential service, we continue to provide in-person service where necessary or requested (see our safety guidelines) and are ensuring all our clients have access to uninterrupted virtual services. Here is a summary of our current levels of service. [...] Read More

  • April 06 2021

    Entrance at 440 Jarvis St. reopens after lobby construction wraps up

    Construction on our new lobby wrapped up today, unveiling a client and family-friendly space with more room for physical distancing. [...] Read More

  • April 06 2021

    Day treatment classrooms at SickKids CCMH pivoting to virtual starting April 7

    This announcement means that the TDSB classrooms in our Day Treatment program (as part of Intensive Services for Children and Intensive Services for Youth) will switch to remote learning starting April 7 and continuing until April 18. [...] Read More

  • April 05 2021

    During Ontario’s “emergency brake,” SickKids CCMH continues to provide service

    This classification does not affect the current level of service at SickKids CCMH, as we are an essential service provider. [...] Read More

  • March 15 2021

    Entrance at 440 Jarvis St. closed for construction

    We are renovating our lobby at 440 Jarvis St. to serve our clients and families better! [...] Read More

  • March 10 2021

    SickKids CCMH services as Toronto moves to the grey zone: what are available in-person, virtually

    As of Monday, March 8, the province has ended the stay-at home order for Toronto as it moves into the grey zone for at least two weeks. [...] Read More