Canadian Mental Health Association

Site: Aylmer Satellite Office

Service: Mental Health Services

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Record #: LON0061 Last Modified: 14 May 2015 Last Full Update: 05 Feb 2014
Contact Information
Office Phone519-633-1781
Toll Free Phone1-855-633-1781
Crisis Phone519-631-2180
Primary ContactKelly Hoogstra, Program Director, Crisis Outreach and Recreational Rehabilitation; Phone: 519-633-1781 ext 142; Email:
Description and Service Details
Service/Program DescriptionMental health centre satellite office that offers services for people living with a serious mental illness

Aylmer Community Centre for the Enrichment of Social Skills - Therapeutic recreation activities for people living with a serious mental illness that promote healthy living, therapeutic recreation, relapse prevention and coping skills education (i.e. exercise and nutrition), community integration, and healthy relationships * incorporated are many aspects of the recovery process including socialization, vocational training, education, one-on-one support and group programs

Case Management - Intensive case management services to people with a serious mental illness

Services and Programs:
  • Forensic Transitional Case Management
HoursMon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Short Term Crisis Response Team: Daily 24 hours
Areas ServedElgin County
BoundariesEast Elgin
EligibilityAges: 16 year(s) and up 
Adults and youth 16 years and older living with a serious mental illness
ApplicationCall or visit
LanguagesEnglish ; French
Agency Information
Primary ExecutiveHeather DeBruyn, Executive Director; Phone: 519-633-1781 ext 134; Email:
FundingProvincial - SWLHIN
Site Information
Site LocationEast Elgin
Located In CommunityAylmer
Address & Map
113 Sydenham St E
Aylmer, ON N5R 2Z9
IntersectionKing St and Sydenham St E
Mailing Address110 Centre St 
St Thomas, ON N5R 2Z9
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Service CategoriesCommunity Mental Health Agencies ; Programs for Offenders with Mental Disabilities ; Psychiatric Case Management