#3-Enhance awareness and navigation of existing services.
Themes and strategies identified through public engagement. Existing Initiative Agency Link to Program
Provide better awareness of the many existing local resources to ensure residents are accessing the services they need.
Catholic School Board of Eastern Ontario – Mental Health webpage on their website. Includes many of the initiatives the board supports for students. CDSBEO https://www.cdsbeo.on.ca/
our-programs/mental-health/
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211 Ontario – phone line and online database people can access to find the services they need. Includes a section on their website for Mental Health/Addiction and people can use their location to find services/resources close to them. Main headlines: addiction counselling, addiction treatment, community health centres, crisis lines, geriatric psychiatry, in-person services, justice and mental health programs, psychiatric hospitals, support groups. 211 Ontario https://211ontario.ca/211-topics/
mental-health-addictions
/
Mindyourmind.ca – a national hub that partners with youth (14-29) to design tools to help help with their mental health. It’s also an awareness hub that helps youth get help, make a plan and find the local services and help they need. mindyourmind is a ConnexOntario program and supported by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care https://mindyourmind.ca/
[IN DEVELOPMENT FOR SDG] Ma liste, ma santé pour la région de Stormont, Dundas et Glengarry. Visitez le www.malistemasanté.ca – modèle créé à Ottawa par et pour les jeunes Site web pour faciliter l’accès aux ressources en santé mentale et autres services en français pour les jeunes de 12 à 25 ans de la région de SDG Équipe psycho-sociale http://malistemasante.ca/
eMentalHealth.ca – a resource hub for information on mental health for youth, children and families. It includes self-screening tools, info sheets, news, events, research and a location-based directory on where to get help if needed. eMentalHealth.ca (CHEO initiative in partnership with the Cornwall Community Hospital) https://www.ementalhealth.ca/
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Upper Canada District School Board – mental health is part of the curriculum and school setting to support students and staff. Teachers and admin use the Supporting Minds: An Educator’s Guide to Promoting Students’ Mental Health and Well-being along with targeted classroom program like the Roots of Empathy, MindMasters, FRIENDS, Zones of Regulation and workshops from MyHealth magazine. UCDSB http://www.ucdsb.on.ca/for_students
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BounceBack Ontario – a provincial initiative to help people who are experiencing mild to moderate depression, stress, anxiety and worries can get the support they need. CMHA East Champlain is sharing this resource to eastern ontario residents on their social media pages. BounceBack https://bouncebackontario.ca/
CMHA Champlain East, in partnership with Standard Freeholder, publishes monthly articles on mental health that includes numbers to call and a link to their website. CMHA Champlain East https://www.standard-freeholder.com
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Community Conex Mobile App – a group of psychotherapists coming together to provide innovative therapeutic practices. They offer their own services along with having a mobile app (Apple & Android) to help local residents navitage all of the services/resources available in Cornwall. The app also includes a questionnaire to help tailor the type of help needed for each individual. Community Conex https://www.communityconex.com/
Kids Help Phone – includes a “find a youth program near you” section on its website that curates local programs available to youth (counselling, bullying, drugs/alcohol/gambling, violence/abuse, health, housing/homelessness, indigenous, LGBTQ2S+, legal, and newcomer to Canada) Kids Help Phone https://apps.kidshelpphone.ca
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Community Resource List developed by the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area www.cornwall.ca/resources
SVCHC provides multiple resources on the LGBTQ+ Facebook page, and SVCHC’s Facebook page. Links to services is an integral part of coordinating care. SVCHC https://seawayvalleychc.ca
/our-programs
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ConnexOntario / ConnexGO -provincial resource people can call, email, and message for mental health, addiction, and problem gambling services. They ask people to provide a location to recommend resources/services close to them.ConnexGO is an app for Apple/Android to access to call, email, message and research local services. In Cornwall, Inspire Community Support Services and Cornwall Hospital are listed. ConnexOntario https://www.connexontario.ca/en-ca/
CMHA Champlain East, in partnership with Standard Freeholder, publishes monthly articles on mental health that includes numbers to call and a link to their website. CMHA Champlain East https://www.standard-freeholder.com
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Community Conex Mobile App – a group of psychotherapists coming together to provide innovative therapeutic practices. They offer their own services along with having a mobile app (Apple & Android) to help local residents navitage all of the services/resources available in Cornwall. The app also includes a questionnaire to help tailor the type of help needed for each individual. Community Conex https://www.communityconex.com/
Kids Help Phone – includes a “find a youth program near you” section on its website that curates local programs available to youth (counselling, bullying, drugs/alcohol/gambling, violence/abuse, health, housing/homelessness, indigenous, LGBTQ2S+, legal, and newcomer to Canada) Kids Help Phone https://apps.kidshelpphone.ca/
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Community Resource List developed by the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area www.cornwall.ca/resources
The Youth Hub promotes its services on their facebook page along with updated schedules and calendars Cornwall Community Hospital https://www.facebook.com/cornwallyouthhub/
TCLC makes referral and provides a business card
to clients with local contact numbers for programs
and services.
Tri-County Literacy https://tricountyliteracycouncil.wordpress.com/
Our website and schools educate students and parents/guardians about what resources are available to them. CDSBEO https://www.cdsbeo.on.ca/our-programs/
The Champlainhealthline.ca is an innovative web portal that puts accurate and up-to-date information about health and community services at the fingertips of consumers and health and social services providers across the Champlain region of Ontario. The Champlainhealthline.ca provides easy access to a reliable source of data, and empowers consumers to find the services they need close to home. Champlainhealthline.ca https://www.champlainhealthline.ca/
SVCHC provides multiple resources on the LGBTQ+ Facebook page, and SVCHC’s Facebook page. Links to services is an integral part of coordinating care. SVCHC https://seawayvalleychc.ca/our-programs/
The Youth Hub promotes its services on their facebook page along with updated schedules and calendars Cornwall Community Hospital https://www.facebook.com/cornwallyouthhub/
Cornwall Community Hospital includes instructions for before coming to the hospital, parking, and accessibility to speed up the triage process by knowing this information in advance Cornwall Community Hospital https://www.cornwallhospital.ca
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TCLC makes referral and provides a business card
to clients with local contact numbers for programs
and services.
Tri-County Literacy https://tricountyliteracycouncil.wordpress.com/
Create a central community telephone line, app and/or website that can provide information and navigation on all services offered in the region.
CMHA intake guides community members to the appropriate services in the community. CMHA https://cmha-east.on.ca/index.php/en/
Resources can be found on the Catholic District School Board website CDSBEO https://www.cdsbeo.on.ca/our-programs/
mental-health/need-help-mental-health-addictions-mha-hopeline
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SVCHC provides multiple resources on the LGBTQ+ Facebook page, and SVCHC’s Facebook page; ext. 229 SVCHC https://www.facebook.com/seawayvalley
Cornwall Community Hospital includes instructions for before coming to the hospital, parking, and accessibility to speed up the triage process by knowing this information in advance Cornwall Community Hospital https://www.cornwallhospital.ca/en/BeforeTheHospital
Canadian Armed Forces, Members Assistance Program: The CFMAP is a partnership between the Department of National Defence (DND) and Health Canada’s Emergency Preparedness and Occupational Health Directorate Employee Assistance Services (EAS). The CFMAP offers confidential, voluntary, short term counselling to assist with resolving many of today’s stresses at home and in the workplace. The CFMAP should not be regarded as treatment for mental illness or addictions. Canadian Armed Forces, Members Assistance Program https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/guide/programs-canadian-forces/cfmap.html
ConnexOntario provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs, mental illness and/or gambling. Our information and referral service is live-answer 24/7, confidential, and free. ConnexOntario – Drug
& Alcohol Helpline
https://www.connexontario.ca/
Community Resource List developed by the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area www.cornwall.ca/resources
Ma liste, ma santé pour la région de Stormont, Dundas et Glengarry (en voie de développement) Visitez le www.malistemasanté.ca – modèle créé à Ottawa par et pour les jeunes . Site web pour faciliter l’accès aux ressources en santé mentale et autres services en français pour les jeunes de 12 à 25 ans de la région de SDG Ma liste, ma santé http://malistemasante.ca/
SVCHC engages in care planning with the client, which often involves multiple agencies coordinating together; Bridges team, Cornwall Situation Table SVCHC https://www.seawayvalleyechc.ca
Caredove’s referral management platform helps hospitals, insurers and health systems create trusted networks of home care and community services. Caredove https://www.caredove.com/ocsa
This is one of the goals of Ontario Health Teams (OHT’s) CMHA https://www.cmha-east.on.ca/index.php/en/
champlainhealthline.ca provides information on services offered in our community Champlain Healthline champlainhealthline.ca
Get fast, free medical advice through Telehealth Ontario Telehealth Ontario https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-medical-advice-telehealth-ontario?_ga=1.102637319.76142277.1424031992
211 can be called and direct persons to the correct services they require or their website can be visited 211 https://211ontario.ca/
CMHA intake guides community members to the appropriate services in the community. CMHA https://cmha-east.on.ca
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Checkered Flags: Website developed in response to changes to the safe school provisions of the Education Act and is in line with A Shared Responsibility, Ontario’s Policy Framework for Child and Youth Mental Health. Goals are to Improved understanding, Improved joint decision-making processes, Improved access to existing services/supports for students and their families UCDSB http://checkeredflags.ca/
211 Ontario – phone line and online database people can access to find the services they need. Includes a section on their website for Mental Health/Addiction and people can use their location to find services/resources close to them. Main headlines: addiction counselling, addiction treatment, community health centres, crisis lines, geriatric psychiatry, in-person services, justice and mental health programs, psychiatric hospitals, support groups. 211 Ontario https://211ontario.ca/211-topics
/mental-health-addictions
/
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7, national support service. We offer professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French. Kids Help Phone https://kidshelpphone.ca/