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Mission

Mission

Woodview goes above and beyond to engage individuals and families by providing high quality mental health and autism services and supports that inspires hope and strengthens lives.

Vision

Vision

An inclusive community where everyone has a voice and feels valued.

Values

Accountability, Respecting Others, Working Together, Leading, Innovation and Learning, Commitment to Staff.

ABOUT US

Who We Are

Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services has been strengthening lives and inspiring hope since 1960.  We go above and beyond to support children, youth, and adults facing mental health challenges and/or living with autism and hold them and their families at the centre of all we do.  We treat everyone with dignity and respect and we embrace diversity.  This is reflected in how everyone feels welcomed and listened to at Woodview.  We work hard to remove barriers so that everyone can engage in services and we encourage, support and invest in community partnerships to enhance our services.  We respond to community needs by providing high quality mental health and autism services that build on strengths and focus on skill-building, coping strategies, relationships, independence, and resilience.

Upcoming Events

13oct12:00 pm1:00 pm60th Anniversary Virtual Event

13oct6:00 pm8:00 pmPCMH Monthly Support Group

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