PEEL CHILDREN'S CENTRE

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PEEL CHILDREN'S CENTRE by Mind Map: PEEL CHILDREN'S CENTRE

1. VISION

1.1. A caring community working together for children and youth

2. MISSION

2.1. To enrich the lives of children and youth who experience social, emotional and/or behavioural challenges by providing a continuum of high quality mental health services

3. GOALS

3.1. Ensure excellent clinical services and pathways to care for children and youth with mental health needs and their families

3.2. Build a strong community collectively supporting the mental health of children, youth and their families

3.3. Cultivate an effective, efficient and innovative organization that is reflective of, and embedded in, the communities it serves.

4. EQUITY, INCLUSION AND AWARENESS OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY

4.1. Continue to increase capacity to be inclusive and responsive to the diverse community.

4.1.1. Celebrated pride month

4.1.2. Hounoured our ethno-cultural diversity through event that celebrated Italian, Chinese, and South Asian traditions and heritages

4.1.3. Supported cultural competency and equity with organizations through involvement with the Regional Diversity Roundtable of Peel

4.2. More efforts to be more inclusive and responsive

4.2.1. Increasing language capacity at the front door to services

4.2.2. Leveraging social media and family engagement best practices to create helpful resources

4.2.3. Joining the Syrian Refugee Mental Health Task Forceto help evaluate and meet the needs of Peel’s refugee population

5. SERVICES AND PROGRAMS

5.1. Arson Prevention

5.1.1. Helps children who have been setting fires.

5.2. Child Witness

5.2.1. Helps children who have been sexually or physically abused, have seen the abuse, or have to go to court to tell what happened.

5.3. Concurrent Disorders (Mental Health and Substance Use)

5.3.1. Provides training and advice for other services in Peel Region that help teenagers and young adults who have mental health difficulties and use drugs or alcohol. Help your teenager if he or she has mental health difficulties and uses drugs or alcohol.

5.4. Connect

5.4.1. Uses activities and counselling to help a child build better relationships with his or her family, schoolmates, and community

5.5. Day Treatment

5.5.1. Helps children with bad behaviours and teach them how to deal with their feelings and other people.

5.6. Crisis Response

5.6.1. Helps people and children who are in need immediately over the phone - available 24/7

5.7. Residential Treatment

5.7.1. Offers a place where a child can get treatment away from home, where he or she will be safe, and where we will build on his/her strengths to help deal with his or her problems.

5.8. Psychiatric Services

5.9. Psychological Services

5.10. For more services and programs, visit

5.10.1. Mental Health Services for Children and Youth provides coordinated access to mental health services for children and youth who live in Brampton, Caledon or Mississauga. Parents, service providers and youth over age 12 can call 905-451-4655.