Radius Child and Youth Services

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-825-3242
Toll Free Phone 1-800-663-9888
Fax 905-825-3276
E-Mail info@radiuschild-youthservices.ca
Website radiuschild-youthservices.ca/
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheHaltonTraumaCentre?fref=ts
LinkedIn LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/radius-child-&-youth-services
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/RadiusChild_Yth
Primary Contact Leasa Hennessy, Direct Services Coordinator; Phone: 905-825-3242 ext 221; Email: lhennessy@radiuschild-youthservices.ca
Alternate Contact Darryl Hall, Executive Director; Phone: 905-825-3242 ext 223; Email: dhall@radiuschild-youthservices.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Margaret McConnell; Phone: 905-825-3242 ext 229; Email: mmcconnell@radiuschild-youthservices.ca
Site Information
Site Location south side of Lakeshore Rd, park behind Kopriva Funeral Home
Located In Community Halton Region
Address & Map
60 Lakeshore Rd W
Oakville, ON L6K 1E1
 
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Intersection Kerr St and Lakeshore Rd W
Mailing Address c/o Radius Child and Youth Services
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name HTC ; RCYS
Former Name Halton Trauma Centre
Agency Information
Description (Agency) A registered charity that provides specialized clinical services to children, youth and their families who have been affected by abuse, neglect and domestic violence.
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1983
Primary Executive Darryl Hall, Executive Director; Phone: 905-825-3242 ext 223; Email: dhall@radiuschild-youthservices.ca
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Community and Social Services ; Fundraising ; Donations ; United Way ; Region of Halton Community Fund * Oakville Community Fund * Rotary Club, Oakville
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Major services:  
* identify and remediate the traumatic impact of interpersonal abuse  
* provide support, education and intervention to all non-offending family members or caregivers impacted by their child's trauma  
 
* trauma assessments: determines the effects of interpersonal abuse, most effective treatment approach 
 
* trauma treatment: following assessment, a client may enter into a recommended combination of individual and family therapy 
 
* sexualized behaviour assessments and treatment for children under 12 years that are involved in inappropriate sexual behaviours 
 
* risk assessments/treatment for sexually offending youths between the ages of 12-18 years, to understand the circumstances leading to the sexual offending behaviour(s), risks, strengths and treatment needs 
 
* sibling incest assessments/treatment for families where sibling-on-sibling sexual abuse has occurred including a trauma assessment for the victimized child, a risk assessment  
 
SAFE-T (Sexual Abuse: Family Education and Treatment) program:  
* for sexually abused and/or abusive children, adolescents and their families * family and individual assessment, treatment and long term support * group therapy for female and male victims, non-offending mothers, juvenile sex offenders and offending parents * self help component for the offending adolescent and a comprehensive family assessment
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Simcoe ; York Region
Eligibility Ages: 3 year(s) - 18 year(s) 
 
Referrals may come from any source.  
Abuse on a child 16 yrs and under must be reported. Confirmation/validation of abuse for those 12 and under is necessary from Children's Aid Society (CAS) and/or Police. 
For 12 and over, client must be able to confirm/validate the abuse verbally or by written form herself/himself. 
It is not necessary for charges to be laid for assessment/treatment to begin.
Application self and professional or agency referrals
Languages English ; Interpretive Services - can be arranged
Fees None - no fee for children 18 yrs and under within their catchment area ; Fee assistance available.
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Child Sexual Abuse Counselling ; Family Counselling ~ Families/Friends of Abused Children ; Sex Offender Counselling ~ Adolescents ; Sexual Assault Counselling
Other Details
Resources Brochures available

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