Canadian Mental Health Association

Site: Seaforth

Service: Community Support Program

Description (Service) COVID19 After hours response line continues to be available 519-274-2848. Visitors encouraged to phone rather than visit office. If case manager responds in person to a client situation, symptom screening will take place. The response by CMHA staff may not be the assigned case manager. Toll-free 1-888-875-2944 and dial 0 for reception  
Advocates and provides programs and services for people with mental disorders in order to enhance, maintain and promote the mental health of all individuals and communities in Huron and Perth Counties. 
Case Management provides client direction, quality of life through community integration, and ongoing support. May also include community connections, housing, financial planning, income budgeting, family relationships, and education about mental illness. 
Concurrent Disorders Case Management: Case Managers provide assessment and links to treatment and rehabilitation services for people with mental illness addicted to drugs and alcohol. 
Family Support Group helps families understand mental illness, and can provide time limited one-to-one support for families hoping to connect a loved one to mental health services. Family support groups area also available. 
Court Support Case Management: provides assistance to people with mental illness who come in contact with the law.  
Peer/Volunteer Support Program: people with mental illness are supported to develop peer friendships through group meetings which offer social and recreational activities. One to one support through regular meetings and activities. 
Supported Housing Program: affordable rental units in Huron and Perth Counties, rental subsidy available based on income and evidence of a mental illness.  
Education: offers workshops, resource centres at both office locations and educational presentations to help overcome the stigma of mental illness.
Service Details
Hours Vary. Please contact.
Areas Served Huron County ; Perth County
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
Youth and adults 16 years and older. For residents of Perth or Huron Counties with a diagnosed serious mental illness.
Application Call for information
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Seaforth
Address & Map
92 Goderich St W
Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0
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Intersection Louisa St and Goderich St W (Hwy 8)
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-527-2442
Toll Free Phone 1-888-875-2944
Fax 519-527-1244
Primary Contact Rebecca Skinner, Program Support Worker; Phone: ext 206; Email:
Alternate Contact Reception; Phone: ext 0; Email:
Primary Executive John Robertson, Executive Director; Phone: (Business) 519-273-1391 ext 310; Email:
Mailing Address PO Box 1139 
Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0

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