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Mission

Mission

Our Mission is to provide high quality mental health and autism services and supports to individuals and families within an inclusive environment that inspires hope and strengthens lives.

Vision

Vision

Our Vision is to be a leading provider of mental health and autism services in Ontario, ensuring everyone has a voice, feels valued, and has a sense of belonging.

Values

Accountability, Collaboration, Compassion, Inclusion, Innovation

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

02may4:00 pm7:00 pmMental Health Week Kick Off EventBrant Haldimand Norfolk Mental Health Week Kick Off event

04may8:00 pm9:30 pmPCMH Monthly Support Group 2022

05may12:00 pm1:30 pmVirtual EventSymposium on Culturally Relevant Care

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Latest Posts

Executive Director Retirement Announcement

May 9, 2022 Woodview's Executive Director, Cindy I'Anson, Announces Retirement By Debora Hume, Board Chair at Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services The Board of Directors of Woodview extends their gratitude to Cindy I’Anson, Executive Director, as she announces her retirement effective September 30, 2022. Cindy has dedicated 27 years of her career to Woodview [...]

Symposium on Culturally Relevant Care

May 6, 2022 Symposium on Culturally Relevant Care On May 5th, 2022, Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services hosted a virtual Symposium on Culturally Relevant Care for Mental Health Week.  The virtual panel discussion featured the following Guest Speakers who brought a perspective on how experiences of race, ethnicity & immigration impact care: Simone Donaldson, MSW, [...]

Mental Health Week 2022 Kick-Off!

Photo (L-R): Michael Benin, Executive Director, CMHA-BHN, Mayor Kevin Davis, City of Brantford, Flora Ennis, Director (Brant) Woodview, Lill Petrella, Team Lead, CMHA-BHN, Christine Dragojlovich, Clinical Manager, Woodview, Mayor David Bailey, County of Brant. May 2, 2022 Mental Health Week 2022 Kick-Off! Mental Health Week 2022 has been kicked off in style! Thank you City [...]

New Logo for Youth Engagement Group

April 18, 2022 New Logo for Youth Engagement Group Woodview's youth engagement group has updated its name to Fortitude Youth Initiative (from Fortitude YouthView) and designed a new logo! Here's what the youth said about the exciting change: "We decided to update the Logo and Name of our group to something that we feel better [...]