Give the Gift of Hope

You can make a difference to those struggling with mental health and/or autism challenges.

Your gift will support our mission to go 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.  

Please give the gift of hope by making a tax-deductible donation to Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services today.  You can choose which program you would like to support via the drop-down menu, just click the green button below to get started!

Charitable Registration Number: 119303923RR0001

This is what the gift of hope can do:

youth talking to counselor
What I liked best was learning new strategies to help cope with thoughts of self-harm and suicide. Talking to someone who I could trust and didn’t feel forced to talk about something.
Youth receiving mental health counseling services (Brant)
adult client wearing headphones and face mask
The program afforded the opportunity for my adult son to socialize with peers while engaging in both Woodview and community activities. Quite an important part of his week he looks forward to.
Parent of an adult child in the L.I.F.E. day program for adults with autism (Hamilton)
youth smiling ready to fish
My son’s confidence, social skills, schooling, attitude at home, all major improvements. Wouldn’t change anything except that more families could experience this life changing program.
Parent of a youth in the Churchill (formerly Delta) mental health day treatment program (Hamilton)
teens mental health activity
The parent group and family sessions dovetailed nicely with the day treatment program. It was very useful in allowing our family to better support our child and also proved of therapeutic benefit to us. The day treatment component was excellent in providing daily support, feedback, and goal-setting for my daughter. She saw the progress, grew in confidence and felt empowered by the program. Without this program, I feel strongly that my daughter would not have achieved anywhere near her potential and most likely would not have graduated from high school. All students that need this level of support should have access to a program of this quality.
Parent of a child in the DANO mental health day treatment program (Halton)