Counselling, case management and group support for clients experiencing mental health and addiction issues.
Service type: Health & Wellness
Eligibility: Age 16+ with mental health and/or addiction issues
Delivery: In person, virtual, phone
Program dates: Year-round
WoodGreen’s registered clinicians offer clinical and therapeutic counselling, case management and group support services to individuals age 16+ experiencing concerns with mental health, substance use and other challenges. Counselling and case management are offered for up to two years, depending on client needs and goals. Our practice is grounded in an anti-oppressive, mental health recovery, strengths-based, trauma-informed, and harm-reduction framework.
Our catchment area is Yonge St to the West, Eglinton Ave to the North, and Lake Ontario to the East & South.
The Counselling and Support Services program (CSS) is accepting new referrals at this time, with an approximate wait time of 6 months. If you require single session counselling support, please access our Walk-In Counselling service – available every Tuesday and Wednesday evening from 4p.m. – 8p.m. If you are looking for case management, please contact Access Point.
CCU Central Intake
Referrals for case management to be directed through Access Point via
(416)640-1934 or Toll Free: 1-888-640-1934
WoodGreen offices and community settings (including clients' homes)
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., with accommodations on a case-by-case basis
Services for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Our programs connect adults with developmental disabilities to financial services, affordable housing, medical care, recreational activities and life skills training.
Services pour les enfants ayant une déficience intellectuelle
WoodGreen soutient les enfants qui vivent avec une déficience intellectuelle, ainsi que leurs familles, afin qu’ils aient de possibilités significatives pour s’épanouir, prospérer et tisser des liens avec leurs communautés.
Ce programme est actuellement disponible en ligne et/ou par téléphone.
Offert aux enfants de moins de 18 ans ayant une déficience intellectuelle
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In person, virtual, on the phone
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