Description
Description (Service) Community mental health and addictions organization offers case management, advocacy, public education and a range of programs and services for individuals with serious mental illness or substance abuse/addiction issues. See separate listings for program and location details 
 
Services provided include: 
  • mental health counselling for adults with serious mental illness or acute mental health problems 
  • consultation, education and support for family members or loved ones of those with mental health problems 
  • peer support, education and consultation for adults with mental illness 
  • assessment, referral and community treatment for adults and youth with substance abuse and/or gambling problems and their families 
  • supportive, affordable housing, residential services, outreach support, life skills teaching, and social/recreational services for those with serious mental illness 
  • community development, consultation, education and information services for service providers, consumer/survivors and family members and the broader community 
  • telemedicine primary care services for clients receiving mental health/addictions services who do not have a family physician/nurse practitioner or their primary care provider is agreeable to a shared care model
 
 
Self-help support groups are offered for people with mental illness and for family members/loved ones of those with serious mental illness, call for more information. 
 
Programs include: 
  • Peer Support & Information 
  • New Directions for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Problems 
  • Choices: Drug and Alcohol Counselling for Youth  
  • Housing and Support  
  • Family Support Program 
  • Social Recreation and Rehabilitation 
  • ID Clinics 
  • Youth Awareness and Education 
  • Court Support  
  • Pregnant and Parenting Addiction Counselling 
  • My Dad's Group 
  • Partner Assault Response Program 
  • Male Survivors Program 
  • Telemedicine Primary Care Program 
  • Mental Health Counselling
Service Details
Public Comments HopeGreyBruce Mental Health & Addictions Services merged with Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce in Sep 2018
Hours Administration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm  
 
For other programs, refer to separate listings for details
Areas Served Bruce County ; Grey County
Eligibility Varies by program or service, call for details.
Application Call for information on any program or visit website. Application form for housing program.
Languages English
Fees None - No fee, but tenants of the housing program pay rent.
Address and Location
Located In Community Owen Sound
Address & Map
CMHAGB Primary Administration
1101 2nd Ave E, Suite 205
Owen Sound, ON N4K 2J1
 
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Intersection 11th St E and 2nd Ave E
Physical Access Fully Accessible - elevator available
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-371-3642
Toll Free Phone 1-888-451-2642 (1-888-451-CMHA)
Crisis Phone 519 and 226 area code only 1-877-470-5200
Fax 519-371-6138
Website https://greybruce.cmha.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/cmhagb
Instagram Instagram: www.instagram.com/cmhagreybruce
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCgVp4VJB3pupLnoOTV9yebQ
Primary Contact Clark MacFarlane, CEO, CMHA Grey Bruce; Phone: ext 1001; Email: cmacfarlane@cmhagb.org
Primary Executive Clark MacFarlane, CEO; Phone: 519-371-3642 ext 1001; Email: cmacfarlane@cmhagb.org
Alternate Executive David Evans, Finance Manager; Phone: 519-371-3642 ext 1003; Email: devans@cmhagb.org
Mailing Address c/o Administration 
Nortowne Plaza 
1101 2nd Ave E 
Owen Sound, ON 
Canada N4K 2J1

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