St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

Site: West 5th Campus, Level 0, Block G

Service: Cleghorn Early Intervention Clinic

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-522-1155 ext 36586
Fax 905-525-2805
E-Mail cleghorninfo@stjoes.ca
Website www.stjoes.ca/health-services/mental-health-addiction-services/mental-health-services/schizophrenia-community-integration-service-scis-/cleghorn-early-intervention-clinic
Primary Contact Brian Cooper, Manager ; Phone: ext 32942; Email: cooperb@stjoes.ca
Alternate Contact Dr Suzanne Archie, Clinical Director
Site Information
Site Location North side of Charlton at Hughson St S directly across from St. Joseph's Hospital.
Located In Community Hamilton Mountain West
Address & Map
St Joseph's West 5th Campus
100 West 5th St, Level 0, Block G
Hamilton, ON L9C 0E3
Intersection West 5th St and Fennell Ave W
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established April 2005
Primary Executive Stephanie McDermid Vaz, Acting Program Manager
Funding Provincial
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Enhances the quality of life for young people experiencing symptoms of early psychosis with detection, treatment, and recovery support. Reduces the possibility of permanent disability and develops a specialized treatment plan based on patient need. Services are available in Hamilton and at partner agencies:  
 
Grimsby: (905) 309-3336  
West Niagara Mental Health Program  
 
Haldimand/Norfolk (Townsend): (519) 587-4658  
Adult Mental Health Services of Haldimand-Norfolk  
 
Six Nations (Oshweken): (905) 765-7840  
Six Nations Mental Health Services  
 
Niagara (St. Catharines): (905) 688-2854  
Regional Niagara Community Mental Health Program 
 
Brantford: (519) 754-0253 
St. Leonard’s Community Services
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Brant County ; Burlington ; Haldimand County ; Hamilton (City of) ; Niagara Region ; Norfolk County ; Six Nations ; Serves the South Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) - 35 year(s) 
 
Individuals who may be experiencing psychosis for the first time, or have either never been treated, or have been treated for six months or less.
Application Referral is through health care professional, usually family doctors, mental health professionals, teachers, school counsellors, social workers or family members. 
 
Anyone who is concerned about themselves or another person, or who wishes information, can contact the program.
Languages English
Fees None - Service covered with valid Ontario Health Card. ; Fee assistance available.
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Early Intervention for Mental Illness ~ Psychotic Disorders

Agency Overview


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