Where to Begin

Most of us go through life solving our day-to-day problems without needing help to cope with our feelings. But sometimes, things get out of hand. A severe illness, an accident or an emotional crisis can overwhelm us, at least temporarily, and suddenly we need help.

If you, or someone you know are unable to cope, are depressed, or facing a mental health crisis, please call the Crisis Response Line at 1-877-470-5200 or go to your nearest emergency room.  Crisis Services will help you through your immediate crisis (including the support of the Mobile Crisis Team and Crisis Assessment Team) and link you to supports in the community. 

 

Here is a list of programs and services offered

Drop-In Clinic
Owen Sound:  Drop in if you have a need for referrals, resources and / or support Thursdays from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at 1024 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound, Ontario. No appointment necessary.

Meaford:  Every Wednesday from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Bethany Church of the Nazarene on 34 Trowbridge Street West, Meaford, Ontario.

Hanover:  Every Tuesday from 1- 3 p.m. at the Loft 250 10th St. Hanover, Ontario.

Employment Services and Identification Clinic
CMHA Grey Bruce has partnered with Shoreline Employment Services and Career Horizons to provide employment opportunities to persons on disability pension. The Identification Clinics help individuals in Grey and Bruce counties replace or obtain necessary forms of identification.

Grey Bruce Friends and Neighbours (F.A.N.) Club
The Grey Bruce Friends and Neighbours (F.A.N.) Club is a puppet program for children ages 4 to 11 designed to increase awareness of mental health and talk about social issues affecting them. More

Leisure Links
This is a group social recreation program that is available to people who would like social interaction with others and assistance to connect with activities in the community. We offer this program in Owen Sound, Markdale, Hanover and Kincardine.


The Men’s Program
The Men’s Program provides services in Grey and Bruce Counties to end gender based violence, for men to become the better parents and for male survivors of sexual abuse to overcome the effects of childhood sexual abuse.

The Partner Assault Response (PAR) Program
The PAR Program focuses on a wide range of personal and cultural issues that lead to controlling behaviours, abuse and violence in relationships. The goals are to help men and women understand and change the underlying beliefs and attitudes that lead to violence in relationships. This will lead to alternative and healthier relationships based on respect and equality. The PAR program is 12 sessions long. Ages 18 year(s) old and up. We have a continuous intake with no or only very short wait times. Client fees are based on income, ranging from $ 5.00 to $ 80.00.

My Dad’s Group Program
My Dad’s Group provides a supportive environment so men may learn, accept and embrace their roles and responsibilities as fathers in enhancing the well-being of their children. This group program helps fathers to better understand their children’s needs at different stages, overcome personal obstacles and develop self-confidence as a parent and co-parent. My Dad’s Group includes a one session orientation, 10 group sessions and 3 co-parenting sessions. Each session starts with a dinner. Groups take place 3 times per year (Winter, Spring, Fall). This program is free of costs.

The Male Survivor Program
The Male Survivor Program is designed for men who have experienced sexual abuse and violence as children and / or youth and are looking for recovery and healing. This program provides individual sessions and is free of costs.

Public education and school presentations on issues of gender based violence.

For information and registration regarding the Men’s  Program, My Dad’s Group, PAR, Male Survivor Program and gender based violence issues please call 519-372 2720.


Brunch Program
Brunch Program provides a nutritious brunch to adults in need who are living with mental illness. Call for locations and hours.

Community Leisure Access (CLA)
CLA provides one on one support to individuals, helping them develop the confidence and social skills needed to be active members of their communities. Programs are available in Owen Sound, Markdale, Hanover, Southampton and Kincardine.


Grey Bruce Community Mental Health Teams

The Grey Bruce Community Mental Health Teams are part of Mental Health Grey Bruce (MHGB).

MHGB is an alliance of two mental health and addictions agencies. Services include information, referral, counseling, case management, housing & outreach community support, social recreational activities, Psychiatry and education.

CMHA Grey Bruce Sponsors:

  • Bruce Shoreline Team  – Southampton (519-797-2880)
  • Central Grey Bruce Team – Hanover (519-364-7788)
  • South Grey Team – Markdale (519-986-3030)

Mental Health Intensive Case Management

An interdisciplinary team comprised of both CMHA and Grey Bruce Health Services Staff developed to meet the complex needs of clients with serious mental illness who require a high degree of support in their community. This program assists clients by bringing mental health services into their community and homes to increase the individual’s quality of life and allow them the opportunity to work towards recovery.

Mental Health Court Support Services

Mental Health Court Support Services are available for persons with a serious mental illness who come into conflict with the law. It is a free service to individuals 16 years or older.

These services are offered through the Mental Health Court Support Services:

  • Court Diversion
  • Case Management
  • Court Support and Consultation
  • Release Planning

Urgent Response Team (URT)

The Urgent Response Team provides mobile crisis support throughout Grey Bruce 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.  The team works in collaboration with first responders to provide telephone or on site crisis interventions.  The mandate of the team is to reduce  unnecessary emergency room visits or re-visits by  providing immediate support in the community.  The Urgent Response Team provides follow up with individuals for a period of up to 30 days.  The Urgent Response Team will be going 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in June 2015.


ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)  

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training ASIST is for everyone sixteen or older who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid. The two day course teaches effective intervention skills while helping to build suicide prevention networks in the community.  More

Mental Health First Aid Training

The MHFA Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy, and provide the skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems in themselves, a family member, a friend or a colleague.  Mental Health First Aid is help provided to a person developing a mental health program or experiencing a mental health crisis. Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of mental health problems and where and how to get help in Grey and Bruce. More

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Addiction Services

Addictions Services is a team of counsellors who work together to offer a range of services for people who are concerned about their own gambling and use of alcohol or drugs or someone else’s gambling or substance use.

New Directions provides services for adults and CHOICES provides services for youth up to 20 years of age. Both programs provide comprehensive assessment, community treatment and follow-up. Our counsellors meet with people one to one, and appointments are provided in Owen Sound and at locations throughout Grey/Bruce. We offer groups for individuals and family members on a weekly basis in Owen Sound. All of our services are free and completely confidential.

New Directions provides counselling services that are based on individual goals and ongoing discussion with your counsellor.

CHOICES Drug and Alcohol Counselling for Youth

We offer assessment and counselling for children and youth up to the age of 20 and/or their parents who are experiencing concern/worry about substance use issues. Counsellors meet with young people who are worried about parental/caregiver use of substances. Sessions are generally one to one and are offered in Owen Sound and Hanover, as well as in high schools across Grey and Bruce counties.

Youth substance use and gambling treatment is offered by Choices: Drug and Alcohol Counseling for Youth.

We serve adults ages 19 and under who are experiencing problems related to substance use, gambling and concurrent disorders, either their own issue or that of a family member/significant other.

Our program offers assessment, counselling, advocacy and referral. One to one appointments are offered at high schools in Owen Sound, Wiarton, Port Elgin, Kincardine, Hanover, Meaford, Flesherton, Chesley, Walkerton and Lion’s Head. You can also schedule appointments at our Owen Sound Office or in Hanover at the Central Grey Bruce Community Mental Health Team Office.

NO LECTURES, WE LISTEN

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

Owen Sound Site207-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound (519-371-12320)

Hanover Site • 425 10th Street, Unit 8, Hanover (519-364-7788)

New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems

New Directions is for people wondering about their own, or someone else’s Alcohol, Drug Use, or Gambling Behaviours.

Adult addiction and gambling treatment is offered by New Directions for Drug, Alcohol and Gambling problems.

We serve adults ages 20 and older who are experiencing problems related to substance use, gambling and concurrent disorders, either their own issue or that of a family member/significant other.

Our program offers assessment, counselling, advocacy and referral. We also offer: weekly group education and information sessions in Owen Sound, support for family members, presentations and resources.

Substance Use Treatment

We offer assessment and counselling for those concerned about their use of alcohol and/or other drugs. We talk with family members and others who might be concerned about someone they care about. We work closely with other community professionals, including doctors, community presentations or workshops.

Problem Gambling Treatment

Our counsellors work with people who are struggling with gambling issues and/or the people who care about them. We can assist our clients with self-selecting out of casinos or gaming establishments, budgeting and referrals to other treatment programs.

TAKE THE FIRST STEP,  TALK ABOUT IT

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

519-371-1232 • 800-265-3133

One-to-one appointments are available in Durham, Hanover, Walkerton, Kincardine, Southampton, Meaford, Wiarton, and Owen Sound.

Methadone Maintenance Treatment

This program assists individuals prescribed opiate replacement therapies such as Methadone and Suboxone. We often work closely with doctors, the hospital Rapid Access Clinic, pharmacies and the methadone clinic.

Methadone Maintenance Support is offered by New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems.

We serve individuals ages 20 and older who are receiving methadone or other replacement therapies via the Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre or as prescribed by a qualified physician.

This program offers assessment, counselling, advocacy and referral. We also offer:

  • Weekly group education and information sessions in Owen Sound
  • Support for family members
  • Presentations and resources

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

519-371-1232 Ÿor 800-265-3133

One-to-one appointments are available in Durham, Hanover, Walkerton, Kincardine, Southampton, Meaford, Wiarton, and Owen Sound.

Addiction Court Support

The program offers five structured education and counselling sessions for people who are currently facing substance use related charges in court. Referrals generally come from the court system and participation letters are provided and considered by the court as they make decisions regarding charges and sentencing. Addiction Court Support counsellors work closely with other community professionals to support their clients. This program operates in both the Owen Sound and Walkerton courts.

The Addiction Court Support Program is offered by New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems at the Walkerton and Owen Sound court.

We serve individuals 16 and older who are facing substance related charges. Referrals are accepted from the office of the Crown Attorney, Duty and Defense Counsel.

Probation officers and family members may recommend referral to the Addiction Court Support Program.

The program provides one to one assessment, counselling, advocacy and support. Individuals accepted to the program participate in five education sessions over the course of weekly and/or biweekly appointments. Ongoing supportive counselling throughout the court process is available following participation in the core program. The Addiction Court Support Program provides a report to the court upon completion.

Services available in Owen Sound and Walkerton

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

Owen Sound Site • 205-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound (519-371-1232)

Walkerton Site • 104 Catherine Street, Walkerton (519-507-6500)

Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH)

This program provides subsidized transitional housing with weekly support offered by the Addiction Supportive Housing counsellor. Apartment units are fully furnished and are equipped with basic home essentials. The ASH worker works closely with other Addiction Services counsellors and other community professionals.

The Addiction Supportive Housing Program (ASH) is offered by New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems in partnership with Community Connections Housing and Support.

This program is for individuals 16 and older, at risk of homelessness, who are attempting to reduce or eliminate harms associated with substance use and who are able to live independently with outreach support. Our clients must have a source of income through employment or social service supports (Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program).

Prior to being considering for the ASH program, clients will first be connected with an addiction counsellor at New Directions for assessment.

The ASH program provides subsidized transition housing for up to 364 days with weekly support offered by the ASH counsellor. Appointments occur in office and in home. Clients attend the ASH support group weekly. Apartment units come fully furnished and are equipped with basic home essentials (dishes, cutlery etc.)

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

519-371-1232 • 800-265-3133

Appointments are available in Durham, Hanover, Walkerton, Kincardine, Southampton, Meaford, Wiarton and Owen Sound.

G&B House

G & B House is a 15 bed Residential Supportive Treatment and Housing Service for men, 16 years of age and over with severe and often chronic addiction issues that have not been met by less intrusive community treatment approaches.

The program receives funding from the South West Local Health Integration Network and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. There is no fee for this service.

As abstinence based program, G & B House provides a safe, substance free home and early recovery program for men committing to a future independent of substance use. Men seeking our service may be referred by community services and programs, correctional and probation services or most often by self-referral. All referrals will complete the mandatory Provincial Screening Tools and an intake assessment which will indicate that Residential Treatment is recommended.

You May Need G & B House If …

  • Your use of alcohol and or drugs have taken control of your life.
  • You’ve lost or could lose your marriage, job, family, friends, and health to your using.
  • You’ve tried controlling or stopping your use of alcohol and/or drugs but struggle staying on track.
  • You’ve tried community addiction counselling and treatment but it wasn’t enough.
  • You need a safe, non-using environment to get your life back on track.
  • You want to stay clean and sober long term.

We welcome your inquires and referrals, please call our Intake Workers 519 376-9495 Ext. #1, Monday to Friday 8:30am – midnight to see if G & B House can support you on your road to recovery

Address: 
509 9th Avenue East Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 3E2
Phone: 
(519) 376-9495
Fax: 
(519) 376-3972
Email: 

Addictions Treatment for Pregnant and/or Parenting Mothers

Our counsellors work with moms who are pregnant and/or parenting children up to the age of six, and who are struggling with substance use issues. This program offers one to one sessions in Owen Sound and Hanover, and can include in-home visits. We work closely with doctors, hospital social workers, women’s centres and child development programs and support those clients who are involved with child protection services.

Addiction Treatment for Pregnant and Parenting Moms is offered by New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems.

Our counsellors provide support to pregnant and/or parenting moms with children up to the age of 6 who are experiencing problems related to substance use, gambling and concurrent disorders, as well as working with family members and significant others.

We offer assessment, counselling, advocacy and referral. One to one appointments are offered at our Owen Sound and Hanover sites but home visits are also available.

Services available in Owen Sound and Hanover.

For appointments and/or confidential consultation call:

Owen Sound Site • 205-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound (519-371-1232)

Hanover Site •  425 10th Street, Unit 8, Hanover (519-364-7788)

Concurrent Disorders Treatment Services

Our concurrent disorders specialists work with people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness, including bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia and who are also struggling with substance use issues. We work closely with other community mental health professionals, and doctors and offer appointments in Owen Sound, Hanover, Markdale, Southampton and Kincardine.

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Community Connections: Housing & Support

Housing & Support Programs

We are a recovery-oriented service that provides affordable housing with a wide range of person-centered support services for adults living with a serious mental illness.

We strive to foster and support independence and confidence, in order to help individuals make self-determined choices about the support they receive.

Working in partnership with you and others, we can create a respectful environment to improve quality of life. Everyone is treated with dignity and encouraged to achieve their chosen recovery-oriented course of action.

Our role is to provide high quality housing with support and work with you to determine your goals and strategies for succeeding.

Services are provided by team members located in Owen Sound, Wiarton, Hanover, Markdale, Southampton and Kincardine.

For information regarding these programs, please call:

Community Connections: Housing & Support

519-371-2390

1105 1st Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2E2

Recovery-Oriented Programs

Recovery is a process in which people living with mental health problems and illnesses are actively engaged in their own journey of wellbeing. We work with you to build on individual, family, cultural, and community strengths. Our aim is to work alongside you, enabling you to exercise your rights as citizen and to enjoy a meaningful life in your community while striving to achieve your full potential. Our service principles include self-determination, responsibility and HOPE. We work with you to promote:

HEALTH – making informed, choices that support physical and emotional well-being.

HOME – having an affordable, stable and safe place to live.

PURPOSE – finding personally meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school, volunteering, or creative endeavors.

COMMUNITY – having relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope.

HOPE IS THE FOUNDATION OF RECOVERY.

A person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, coping abilities, resources, inherent values and individual resiliency.

Apartment Program

With access to approximately 100 apartment units around Grey & Bruce, this program provides subsidized rental units and outreach support. Preventing homelessness and promoting self-determination by supporting individual recovery are core elements of this program.

Outreach Support

This person-centered program works with people to determine what is personally important for them to achieve. Team members help individuals to identify meaningful goals and effective ways for each person to reach those goals.

The program provides safe and affordable apartments to approximately 100 individuals throughout Grey and Bruce counties. In addition, we offer recovery-oriented outreach services for those in need of a safe and affordable place to live and mental health supports.

We work alongside you, enabling you to exercise your rights and to enjoy a meaningful life in your community while striving to achieve your full potential.

We work to promote health, housing, purpose and community. We understand that a person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, resources and individual resiliency.

We provide services to any individual living with mental illness who may be homeless or at risk of homelessness and would benefit from outreach support.

Referrals for the Apartment Program and Outreach Services can be made by anyone and should be directed to our Central Intake Office, located in Owen Sound. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Individuals may call to book an appointment or just drop into the office.

Contact the Apartment Program & Outreach Services:

519-371-2390

1105 1st Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2E2

Residential Services

This program provides supported group living in two homes and one 6-unit apartment building. Independent skills training, assistance with activities of daily living, supporting individual recovery and working towards self-identified goals are key components of Residential Services.

We support individuals to gain and enhance interpersonal and life skills needed to lead satisfying, fulfilling and purposeful lives in the community of their choosing. When living in the home, residents receive one-to-one support as well as group support. This support includes:

  • Assisting residents in all aspects of their recovery.
  • Providing practical assistance while building life skills.
  • Identifying opportunities to find meaningful roles in their community.
  • Assist clients to live as independently as possible.
  • Provide employment related supports.
  • Link clients to appropriate mental health, social and medical services.

We support adults who live with a serious mental illness in either Owen Sound or Wiarton. We also have a six-unit apartment building (Riverview Apartments) located in downtown Owen Sound, where outreach support is provided by team members.

Referrals for Residential Services can be made by anyone and should be directed to the Central Intake Worker at our Community Connections office located in Owen Sound.

Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Individuals may call to book an appointment.

Contact Residential Services:

519-371-2390

1105 1st Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON N4K 2E2

Group Services

Offering a variety of social/recreational and educational opportunities, this program is designed to create community and decrease social isolation while reducing stigma. Fitness, sport, culture, whole-person health and artistic expression are some of the activities presented within the program.

This program is designed to create community and decrease social isolation. Life skills groups typically include socialization, interpersonal skills, lifestyle enhancement and wellness. Our recreational programs include activities that range from walking to more active sports pursuits like hockey and hiking. We also provide creative programming such as music, fine arts, and creative writing. Participants provide input into what is offered and can also facilitate some of the programs along with staff and volunteers.

We recognize the importance of creating community and promoting personal choice, with a strong focus on developing positive relationships. We understand that a person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, resources and individual resiliency.

Referrals for Group Services can be made by anyone and information on how to become part of the enjoyment can be found at our Central Office, located in Owen Sound. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. although many group activities will occur outside of these regular hours.

Contact Group Services:

519-371-2390

1105 1st Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON N4K 2E2

The Green House

The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton. It serves as the site for various social, recreational and rehabilitative services. The services reduce isolation, promote community and are determined through participant planning.

The Green House Drop-In supports people with mental health issues to participate in a variety of social, recreational and educational activities including music, gardening, sports, hiking, fishing, art classes and cooking skills.

Participants provide input into what is offered and can also facilitate activities along with staff and volunteers. At The Green House, we recognize the importance of creating community and promoting personal choice, with a strong focus on developing positive relationships.

We understand that a person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, resources and individual resiliency.

The Green House is located in Wiarton and is open Monday to Friday from 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. There are group activities that occur outside of these regular hours.

Hope can change everything.

Contact the Green House Drop-In:

519-534-0333

527 Berford Street, Wiarton, ON, N0H 2T0

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Health Information, Education & Peer Support

Community Network Support Team (CNST)

This team provides mental health-related information and education to individuals and groups. It produces brochures, offers workshops and presentations, and hosts a website and a comprehensive mental health resource library that is open to the public.

The resource library includes books and audio visual materials on such topics as: Addictions, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, Suicide, Mindfulness, Pain Management, Self-Help and Family Support.

Individuals are welcome to drop in and visit our library Monday to Friday from 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m.

Individuals may also call or drop in to receive general information about mental health or register for upcoming community presentations or workshops.

A variety of community workshops are offered including “Introduction to Mental Illness” and “Understanding Mental Illness”. Within these presentations, the following topics can be addressed: Anxiety; Depression; Schizophrenia; Personality Disorders; Hoarding; Stress and Mental Health; Aging and Mental Health; Preserving and Enhancing Memory; Exercise and Mental Health; Resilience; Suicide and Grief; Healthy Relationships; Communicating with Someone who has a Mental Illness and Compassion Fatigue. Topics can be arranged by request.

Contact the Community Network Support Team:

519-371-4551

205-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2J1

Consumer/Survivor Development Program

This team provides education, information and peer support to foster self-help, networking and leadership development for adults with serious mental illness. It offers workshops, presentations and one-to-one and group peer support, as well as information and support groups.

Our Peer Support Workers have lived experience with mental illness and have participated in training aimed at helping others with a serious mental illness learn to live the best life they can. The Peer Support Workers provide one-to-one and group peer support. Individual support can include; system navigation, encouragement of self-advocacy, general listening and skill development. Individual support can also consist of one-to-one WRAP training.

WRAP stands for “Wellness Recovery Action Planning” and it is a nine week program where individuals learn to identify their own personal triggers, strengths, coping skills, support systems and crisis plans. WRAP is also offered in a nine session group format. Other groups include; “Coping with a Mental Illness” and a “Mood Disorders Support Group”.

Groups provide individuals with an opportunity to meet other people who may be facing similar challenges. This peer-led shared learning environment fosters a sense of strength and togetherness.

Contact the Consumer/Survivor Development Program:

519-371-4582

205-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2J1

Family Support Initiative (FSI)

This team provides education, information and individual or group support to foster networking and peer support among family members of those with a serious mental illness. Groups include; “Family Recovery Series”, “Book Clubs” and “Family Support”.

Our Family Support Workers provide service to anyone who has a loved one with a serious mental illness. This includes but is not limited to partners, parents, children, siblings and friends.

Our Family Support Workers also have experience with a loved one with a serious mental illness. They are not here to tell families what to do; but instead they can help family members with system navigation, boundary setting, the instillation of hope, self-care, advocacy, resource connections, general listening and skill development.

Groups provide family members with an opportunity to meet other people who may be facing similar challenges. This peer-led shared learning environment fosters a sense of strength and togetherness.

We also have a Family Support Worker situated within Grey Bruce Health Services – Owen Sound Site. This Family Support Crisis Worker’s role is to assist families who have a loved one in the Emergency Department or hospitalized within the Inpatient Psychiatry Department as a result of their mental illness.

Contact the Family Support Initiative:

519-371-4802

205-1101 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2J1

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Primary Care Telemedicine Program

Our Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse can provide: comprehensive health assessment; monitoring and management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, asthma and heart disease; prescribing and monitoring of medication; immunizations; annual physical exams; episodic illness care; referral to specialists and other human services; health teaching; smoking cessation; injury prevention; falls prevention assessment and information for older persons; and consultation and service coordination.

This program is delivered in collaboration with South Bruce Grey Health Center, the Brockton and Area Family Health Team and four physician groups. The program is based in Walkerton and provides outreach to Owen Sound, Durham, Hanover, and Chesley.

Speak to your mental health and/or addiction worker about our program, and ask them to complete a Primary Care Telemedicine referral form with you. Once your referral has been received, you will be contacted by a member of the program. For more information, please contact one of our offices below.

Program services are only available to adults with a serious mental illness and/or addiction issue for which they are receiving local mental health and/or addiction services.

Contact the Primary Care Telemedicine Program:

519-507-8003 (Walkerton) • 519-416-4584 (Owen Sound)

c/o Brockton Area Family Health Team

21 McGivern Street West, Box 1300

Walkerton, ON N0G 2V0

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