|Record #: SAR0316||Last Modified: 16 Oct 2020||Last Full Update: 15 Apr 2019|
|Memos and Bulletins|
|Public Comments||COVID-19 response: Offices are currently closed to the public but a new telephone counselling and consultation service was launched to continue to assist those in need. See the description below for more information.|
|Description and Service Details|
|Description (Service)||COVID-19 - A telephone counselling and consulting service was launched on March 23, 2020 for those 0-17 years of age who are experiencing mental health concerns. Please note this is not a crisis service.
- Call 519-337-3701 and follow directions to leave a voice message
- The same day a staff member will contact you to collect information
- Within 24 hours you will receive a telephone counselling and consultation session
- Excludes evening and weekends
Dedicated to helping children and youth in coping and adapting to life's challenges, and promoting the well being of youngsters and families who are experiencing mental health related difficulties * Work with parents and the community in providing integrated early intervention, prevention, and non-residential treatment services * Services provided free of charge to residents of Lambton County: children and youth from birth through age 18 and their families.
St. Clair Child & Youth Services offers a variety of services under three main service divisions: Clinical Services, Community Services, and Family Support Division.
CLINICAL SERVICES provides a range of assessment and treatment services including Brief Intervention, Parent/Child Training Programs, Crisis Follow-Up, Youth Justice, and Concurrent Disorders. A Walk-In Therapy Clinic provide a quick access to therapy services. Every Tuesday (exceptions will be due to stat holidays and agency closures). 12 noon - 8 pm (last apt at 6:30 pm)
COMMUNITY SERVICES provides services at our main campus and in the community. The Family Drop-In/Early Years Centre Satellite Program operates out of the Lochiel Kiwanis Centre, Sarnia, while the Outreach program is mobile. Other services include: Southwest Region 0 to 6 Mental Health Program, Infant Development Program, Postpartum Adjustment Services, and SCIP(Schools and Community in Partnership)
FAMILY SUPPORT DIVISION provides services including the Therapeutic Family Program, Clinical Support to Foster Care, Family Solutions Program, and Dual Diagnosis Program.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm * evening hours by appointment * Tue walk-in clinic Noon-6:30 pm and Thu 9 am-10:30 am|
|Areas Served||Lambton County|
|Eligibility||Ages: 18 year(s) and under
Different programs have different age requirements * Call for details
|Application||Referral Program Main Campus 519-337-3701 * The Walk-In Therapy Clinic will be the first step for parents/guardians in accessing services in the Clinical Services Division.|
|Fees||None - No direct charge to clients for services with exceptions|
|Description (Agency)||Youth Services|
|Funding||Regional / Municipal - Lambton County ; Provincial - Ministry of Children and Youth Services ; Fundraising ; Donations ; United Way - United Way of Sarnia-Lambton ; Fees ; Private|
|Located In Community||Point Edward|
|Address & Map||
129 Kendall St
Point Edward, ON N7V 4G6
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|Intersection||Front St and Kendall St|
|Bus Routes||Route 12 - Point Edward|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible ; Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall|