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Riding for Mental Health! Show your support for Rich Rhamey as he bikes 70 km from Paris to Ancaster to raise funds for Woodview’s YODA (Youth Overcoming Depression and Anxiety) program. For more information or to support Rich on his journey, Click Here ». Woodview Needs Your Support! Woodview provides a broad spectrum of services and supports to [...]

About Us

Our Vision: Woodview is an integral part of a continuum of services and supports that is responsive to the needs of individuals and families. Our Mission: Woodview works together with individuals and families to build on their strengths to live socially and emotionally healthy lives within their communities. Our Values: Collaboration: We are highly responsive [...]

Programs

Woodview offers a broad spectrum of services for children and youth facing mental health challenges and individuals of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  We work in partnership with families who have an integral part to play in the services that are provided.  We work with schools and social service agencies to support individuals and [...]

Knowing the Facts.

It’s easy to see how a persons life can be affected by mental health concerns or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Woodview is committed to providing personal service based on the values of collaboration, accountability, integrity, innovation and respect. Woodview is an integral part of a continuum of services and supports that is responsive to the needs of individuals and families.

Mental Health

1 in 5 children and youth in Ontario have a mental health disorder that impairs their functioning at home, at school, with peers or in the community.The most common mental health concerns are anxiety, behavioural and depressive disorders.Unfortunately, only 25% of children and youth with a mental health disorder receive specialized treatment… Learn More

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

1 in 100 individuals has ASD, every 20 minutes a child is diagnosed with autism.Autism is a complex neuro-developmental disability that impedes a person’s ability to communicate with others, socialize and relate to the outside world.Many individuals with ASD also have an anxiety or mood disorder… Learn More

Locations

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    Hamilton

    All referrals for mental health and autism programs are made through the centralized intake process at Contact Hamilton at 905.522.3304. All clients seeking service should call Contact Hamilton directly.

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    Brantford

    All referrals are made through the centralized intake process at Contact Brant at 519.758.8228. All clients seeking service should call Contact Brant directly. Exceptions include referrals for the TAPP-C (The Arson Prevention Program for Children) which are made directly by the Fire Departments of Brantford and Brant County, the Youth Justice Program which are made [...]

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    Halton

    All referrals for service are made directly to the program being requested with the exception of the Halton Intensive Program (HIP). Referrals for HIP are made directly to the program by calling 905.689.4727 ext. 123 and are also reviewed by Connections Halton to determine eligibility for the service and priority. All other referrals for service [...]

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    Pour les services en francais…

    Pour les information les services de santé mentale et de l’autisme en Hamilton, contactez Contact Hamilton à 905.570.8888 ou le courrier électronique info@contacthamilton.ca.

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We're available to respond to any inquiries you may have about our services, our staff or our facilities. Just give us a call.

Halton: (905) 689-4727

Hamilton: (905) 689-4727

Brant: (519) 752-5308

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