Canadian Mental Health Association Lambton Kent

Site: Chatham - Head Office

Service: Mental Health Services

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Record #: CHK0188 Last Modified: 04 Jul 2014 Last Full Update: 03 May 2013
Contact Information
Office Phone519-436-6100
Fax519-351-9203
E-Mailplauzon@cmha-wecb.on.ca
Websitewww.cmhalambtonkent.ca
Primary ContactPatti Lauzon, Director of Communications and Community Engagement, CMHA Lambton Kent Branch; Phone: 519-436-6100; Fax: 519-351-9203; Email: plauzon@cmha-wecb.on.ca
Agency Information
Service Level(50) Non Profit
EstablishedSeptember 1982
Primary ExecutiveAlan Stevenson, Chief Executive Officer, CMHA Kent Branch; Phone: 519-436-6100; Fax: 519-351-9203; Email: AStevenson@cmhalambtonkent.ca
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Health and Long Term Care ; Donations ; United Way ; Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long Term Care ; Erie St. Clair Local Health Integrated Network  
Donations ; United Way
Agency Services
Description and Service Details
DescriptionCMHA-Lambton Kent exists for the achievement of mental health for all people of Chatham-Kent/Lambton County. Further, CMHA exists to build resilience, recovery and maximum function for people experiencing mental illness through direct service, education, prevention and advocacy. The Mental Health Services program provides intensive case management for individuals with a serious mental illness. The Promotion and Education Program provides education to all people of Chatham-Kent, focusing on the promotion of CMHA and mental health as well as the prevention of mental illness. 
The main programs of CMHA are: Mental Health Services, Trusteeship, People Working Together, Promotion and Education, and volunteer Services
HoursMon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Areas ServedChatham-Kent ; Lambton County
EligibilityAges: 16 year(s) and up 
 
Adults; seniors; persons with serous mental illness
ApplicationThere is a centralized access committee for referrals to Mental Health Services. Walk-in or call for more information or to access promotion and education services or bereavement resouces. Referrals may come from health care professionals, social service agencies, judicial system, self referral, family, friends. Waiting period varies.
LanguagesEnglish ; French - via interpreter
FeesProgram ; There are no fees for Mental Health Services; there is a fee for service for some workshops and presentations.
Site Information
Located In CommunityChatham
Address & Map
240 Grand Ave W, Ste 100
Chatham, ON N7L 1C1
 
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IntersectionGrand Ave W and LaCroix St
Mailing Address240 Grand Ave W 
Chatham, ON N7L 1C1
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Other Details
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