If you have a crisis situation and need help immediately, please consider:
Going to your nearest hospital emergency department (McMaster Children’s Hospital has a psychiatric emergency service for children and youth).
Calling COAST Hamilton at 905-972-8338, 24 hours/day. COAST Hamilton works with children, youth and adults in crisis who have mental health concerns.
Calling your family physician.
December 19, 2022
This is an 11-week workshop series for Black, Indigenous, and Racialized (BIPOC) youth offering personal, professional, and wellbeing development. Click here for information. For additional details and registration, visit the Thriving Well webpage.
The McMaster Children’s Hospital Autism Program recognizes the wealth of knowledge and expertise we have within our broader community. This is why we are pleased to offer the Expert Speaker Series. Expert professionals from McMaster Children’s Hospital and the local community provide information on a range of topics of interest to parents and caregivers. Click […]
The Self-Understanding and Regulating Emotions (SURE) program aims to address emotional and behavioural issues among young people aged 12 to 14 who face barriers in developing strong emotional and social skills. For more information, please click here.
Workshops: Tuesdays 4-6pmPeer Support Groups: Wednesdays 4-6pm Please complete the registration form or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Click here to view flyer. Black Table Talk is a series of weekly youth led workshops that explore the nuances of mental health and healing for black communities through an anti-oppression lens. We hope to offer a space for black […]