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Medical/Clinical Services
Crisis Services
Information Lines
Support Services
Support for partners and families
Counselling
Find a Health Professional
PMD Support Groups
Resources outside of Peel Region

Last Update: September 2019

Medical/Clinical Services

Trillium Health Partners- Credit Valley Hospital site: Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Program
905-813-1550 Referrals: 905-813-4502 (Fax)
Program is offered by an inter-professional team including  Psychiatrists & Social worker.
Referral Criteria: Physician/Midwife or Peel Public Health Nurse referral required.
Services include: assessments, medication consultations, individual therapy, prenatal & postpartum support groups, and bereavement counseling.

Trillium Health Partners: Mental Health Intake
1-844-216-7411 (Fax) 905-338-2878 Referrals: www.one-link.ca
Multidisciplinary team offers a broad range of assessment, treatment, education and consultation services to individuals and families from infancy to adulthood.
Physician referral for patients to Mental Health Services at Trillium Health Partners can be made through completing the One-Link referral form.

William Osler Health System: Women’s Mental Health Clinic
905-494-2120 ext. 29618 (Fax) 905-494-6757
Referral Criteria: Women who are currently pregnant or have given birth within the year. Referral accepted from Physician (Obtetrician/ Family Physician) and Midwife for women 17+.
Services include: Psychiatric Consultation, Individual Therapy, Perinatal Mental Health Sleep Support Program, Postpartum Psycho-Education Group

Brampton Civic Hospital: Outpatient Mental Health and Addictions Program Centralized Intake
905-494-6709 (Fax) 905-494-6710/ 6715
Referral Criteria: Physician Referral- all physicians with or without privileges at William Osler, Adults 17+

Crisis Services

For urgent referrals please contact  24.7 Crisis Line Peel 905-278-9036  (toll-free 888-811-2222)  or attend the closest Emergency Department

Distress Centre Peel
24-hour crisis support services provided in a variety of languages
905-278-7208

Distress Centres of Greater Toronto (formerly Spectra Helpline)
24-hour crisis support provided in English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Spanish and Portuguese
905-459-7777 or for Caledon 1-877-298-5444 TTY – 905.278.4890

Trillium Hospital Crisis Team
905-848-7495

Credit Valley Hospital Crisis Team
905-813-2200 ask crisis worker be paged

Information Lines

Region of Peel-Public Health
905-799-7700, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, Caledon residents call free of charge 905-584-2216

Telehealth Ontario
1-866-797-0000

Canadian Mental Health Association
905-451-2123 (Peel Branch)

Child Development Resource Connection Peel (CDRCP):
905-890-9432
Provides information & resources about licensed child care, infant and child development programs, services for special needs children, mental health services and counselling. A ‘Lending Library’ is on site.

Support Services

Breastfeeding Information and resources from Public Health

Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program
905-799-7700
Home visits by a Public Health Nurse to provide information, referral, and support for parents of children 0-6 years of age.

Peel Infant-Parent Parent Program
905-791-7800 ext 7627  Therapeutic program supporting parent-infant attachment operated by Children’s Services and Peel Children’s Centre.

Peel Children’s Aid Society
905-363-6131

Punjabi Community Health Services
(905) 677-0889
Serves the Peel community through community development, culturally appropriate service delivery, partnership with other organizations,research and asset inventories.

Sahra Mental Health Program  905-677-0889 (Fax) 905-677-9141
Mental health services provide assistance and support to clients who are dealing with problems associated with mental illness. Program uses a holistic approach by providing counselling services to individuals and family members.

Support for partners and families

Postpartum Dads: a website providing information and support to fathers whose partners are experiencing PMD

Postpartum Men: a website designed to provide information and support to fathers who are experiencing postpartum depression.

FAME
Brampton: 905-488-7716
Mississauga: 905-276-8316

Offer support to families where any mental illness is an issue by providing education, resources and coping strategies.

Dad Central Ontario: a website for dads. Ask questions about fathering or follow the Dad Central Facebook page.

Postpartum Support International (PSI) 1-800-944-4773
Essential information about perinatal mood & anxiety disorders, including risk factors, symptoms & treatments. Based in the US, provide direct telephone peer emotional support to families and assist in locating local resources.

Counselling

Tangerine Walk-In Counselling
905-795-3530
A free service for parents who live in the Peel Region who are concerned about and/or would like advice on parenting their child age 0-18 years

Family Services of Peel
905-453-5775
Provide individual or family counselling offered on a fee for service

Catholic Family Services of Peel
905-450-1608 (Brampton/Bolton)
905-897-1644 (Mississauga)

Walk-in counselling clinic. No appointment necessary, childminding available in Brampton/Mississauga. Call for languages offered at each location. Fees determined on sliding scale.

India Rainbow Community Services of Peel
905-275-2369
Programs include crisis intervention, support and guidance to abused women, information and access to eligible government benefits, referrals to shelters and support groups and empowerment workshops.

Ontario Association of Social Workers
416-972-9882 toll free 1-877-828-9380
Online directory to locate a private practice social worker

Employee Assistance Programs:
Some employers provide Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), which provide short term counselling via phone, internet or face:to:face.
Referrals to on-going counselling services are also provided.

Health For Wellness Hotline
1-855-242-3310 24/7 online support via web page
The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer, counselling and/or crisis intervention.

Faith-based counselling service is often available through a faith group.

Find a Health Professional

Health Care Connect

Trillium Health Centre: Physicians Accepting New Patients

The College of Physicians and Surgeons: Looking for a Doctor?

Ontario Psychological Association
416-961-5552

Ontario Association of Social Workers
416-972-9882 toll free 1-877-828-9380
Online directory to find private practice social worker

Ontario Society of Psychotherapists 
Access database for private psychotherapists specializing in various approaches/practice.

PMD Support Groups

BridgeWay Family Centres Turtlecreek 
Adjustment After Birth Peer Support Group
1801 Lakeshore Rd West, Mississauga
(905) 822-1114

BridgeWay Family Centres Brittney Glen
Adjustment After Birth Peer Support Group
G1-5632 Tenth Line West, Mississauga
(905) 286-4455

Caledon Parent-Child Centre
Adjustment After Birth Peer Support Group
150 Queen Street South, Bolton
905-857-0090

 Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Resource Centre
Great Start Support Group
Tomken South Senior Public School
3160 Tomken Road, Mississauga
905-276-6392

BridgeWay Family Centres Heartlake
Adjustment After Birth Peel Support Group
Ontario Early Years Centre
180 Sandalwood Parkway East, Unit 8C
Brampton, Ontario
L6Z 4N2
905-495-3430

Parents Voice on Adoption-Raising Children Birth to 6 years of age
Adoption Support Group meets monthly. Participants share and hear from other adoptive families.
Meetings are held at the Ontario Early Years Centre located at #105-57 Mill Street North, Brampton.
To register call Noreen 905-452-1973 ext. 1047

Mother Matters: An on-line support group offered through Women’s College Hospital. Registration is required. Please visit website for more information.

Mood Disorder Support Group
Brampton Mood Disorders peer support group meets from 7:30-9:00PM on the first and third Wednesday of each month
North Bramalea United Church,
363 Howden Blvd, Brampton.
905-450-8003
Everyone who would like support from others while travelling the journey of depression or other mood disorders is invited.
If you require further information contact Mary Jacobs @ Marylaughalot@gmail.com

Resources Outside of Peel Region

Maternal Infant Program and Perinatal Mental Health Program
Mount Sinai
416 586-4800 ext. 8419

Physician Referral required

Women’s Health Concerns Clinic
St. Joseph’s Healthcare and McMaster University, Hamilton
905-522-1155 ext. 33979 to refer (self or physician referral)

Reproductive Life Stages Program
Women’s College Hospital 416-323-6230
Accept referrals from across Ontario from physicians , midwives and self referralsServices: Assessment, symptom management, individual and group therapy. Psychoeducational group for prenatal women at risk for or experiencing a perinatal mood disorder

Aberfoyle Clinic
416-231-7968 (Physician psychotherapists covered under OHIP)

Moms supporting Moms in Milton
Thursday evenings 7-8:30 p.m.
Our Lady of Victory School, 540 Commercial Street Milton
Contact 905-825-6000 ext 2927

Feelings After Birth Support Group
Orangeville/Shelburne locations
519-941-6991 x2022

PMD Support Group
Oakville Parent Child Centre
461 North Service Road, Oakville
905-849-6366

Transition to Parenting Group
York Region Health Connection
1-800-361-5653

12 week education and support group to help families with the transition during pregnancy or after the birth of the baby. No cost, childcare provided.

South Asian Couples Counselling
Provide a culturally sensitive approach to couples therapy for couples of South Asian background.

Anishnawbe Health Toronto
416-920-2605 24/7 Crisis Line via Gerrard Street Location.
Our service model integrates Traditional and Western approaches to assess, diagnose and treat mental health issues across the life cycle.

Fathers Mental Health Program

Mount Sinai/St. Joseph’s Hospital info@fathersmentalhealth.com 
A resource for clinicians, researchers, educators and fathers to generate knowledge, ideas and solutions that support men in their role as fathers.