Wellkin delivers child and youth mental health programs and services to anyone in Oxford and Elgin counties. There are no costs and no health card required to access Wellkin. Our services include assessment, treatment, and education delivered by professional therapists; and our aim is to engage and support whole families in delivering care to their young family members. Each child or youth’s treatment plan is customized to address their individual needs and be responsive to their unique life and family circumstances.
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Pittock Day Treatment Program
This program is designed to provide a treatment alternative for children in grades 3-6.
Intensive Family Service Program
This program is designed for families that are in need of in home supports
School Community Intervention Partnership (SCIP)
The School Community Intervention Partnership (SCIP) is an innovated children’s mental health program committed to an effective early intervention for children with difficulties in regulating their behaviours that may be interfering with their performance at home, school, and in the community.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Children & Youth Transition Support Program
This program provides community based supports for children and youth ages 8-18 (or up to their 18th birthday) who have a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism or Asperger Syndrome for successful community integration and transitions.
Respite is a flexible, periodic, short-term break from caregiving, for the purpose of rest and renewal for the family.
Confidential, one-on-one counselling services for young people (0-18 years of age) and their families.
Crisis Response & Urgent Care
Families, caregivers, children, and youth can turn to us for support by phone 24/7. Our staff are available to help at any time.
Group Program Overview
Group Programs offer the benefits of experience-based activities and support from others with a similar type of challenge.
Adult Protective Service Program
Support for individuals (18 years of age and older) who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability.