Mental Health Resources

Bringing a new baby into the family can be challenging at the best of times.  It is natural for new parents to experience mood swings, feeling joyful one minute and depressed the next. These feelings are sometimes known as the “baby blues,” and often go away soon after birth. Many of these services are very effective in helping to reduce stress and anxiety for the expecting mom but also for other parents that may be anxious about the new little one’s arrival.

Telephone crisis support for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Over-the-phone care includes crisis intervention, referral to other services if necessary, and short-term counselling. 

Case Managers help individuals develop skills, increase their independence and stability, and develop connections within the community. 

In small groups, men explore their thoughts and feelings and are challenged to make healthier choices for themselves. Group members support and encourage each other through difficult transitions.

 In small groups, women discuss issues, gain self-awareness and an understanding of how to create change in their lives, to take care of themselves and to better handle negative emotions.

Assessment of acute mental health distress or chronic mental illness in home or in office, depending on patient needs. 

Treatment of acute mental health distress or chronic mental illness in home or in office, depending on patient needs. This form of treatment takes place on a one-to-one basis. 

Treatment of acute mental health distress or chronic mental illness in home or in office, depending on patient needs. This form of treatment takes place in a group setting.