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Organization: Craigwood Youth Services  
Phone Numbers: 519-432-2623
Crisis: Crisis and Intake Line: 519-433-0334
Fax: 519-432-8964
Email: general@craigwood.on.ca
Website: www.craigwood.on.ca
Address:
520 Hamilton Rd
London, ON
N5Z 1S4
Intersection: Hamilton Rd and Chesley Ave
Location: Southeast London
Accessibility:     Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Lothar Liehmann - Executive Director
lliehmann@craigwood.on.ca
Graham Ashbourne - Program Director
gashbourne@craigwood.on.ca
Service Description: Caregiver and children's services for youth with emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties, and their families

Residential care services, day treatment, youth justice secure detention and secure custody for young women * community-based services such as intensive family in-home service, parent education and skills training, one-on-one and family mental health counselling, walk-in clinics
 
Crisis Intake Team - Intake assessment, crisis intervention, brief solution focused counselling and support services for children and families with serious behavioural, emotional and social problems
 
Family and Community Support Program - Integrated community-based response to youth with mental health issues, and their families
 
Residential Services Division - Mental health treatment for youth who experience severe emotional, social and/or behavioural difficulties at home and/or in the community and who are unable to remain in the home full time or in a less intensive setting
Fees: Free * set fee for some services
Application: Admission through Intake, Community Services Coordination Network or the Justice System
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Youth with mental health issues, 12-21 years of age, including young offenders and those with intellectual challenges
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: French counselling services available
Area(s) Served: Southwestern Ontario (Map)
See Also: Community Mental Health Programs
Housing and Residential Care for People with Mental Illness
Mental Health for Children and Youth
Mental Health for People with Intellectual Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on 8/14/2014

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