|Description (Service)||In an immediate crisis go to the Emergency Department or contact the Four County Community Mental Health Crisis Response Program at 705-745-6484 or 1-866-995-9933 * 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Offers assessment and treatment for people with serious mental health and addiction problems and their families to promote recovery and improve quality of life.
Provides specialized services through integrated and coordinated clinical programs:
Adult Outpatient Program - treatment for people with a serious and persistent mental illness and their families.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit (CAPU) - a six (6) bed short-stay assessment and stabilization unit.
Regional Early Psychosis Intervention Program - helps individuals who have experienced the onset of a psychosis benefit from early treatment and provides support to their families
See separate listings for other programs:
|Hours||Adult Outpatient Program: by appointment Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Community Treatment Order Coordinator office hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
|Areas Served||Haliburton County ; Kawartha Lakes ; Northumberland County ; Peterborough (County of)|
|Eligibility||Bring OHIP card to every appointment
Ages: 16 year(s) and up; Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit: Youth 17 year(s) and under
|Application||Adult Outpatient Program requires a referral from a physician or nurse practitioner.
Treats people who live in Peterborough County or are referred from Community Mental Health Clinics in the counties of Northumberland, Haliburton or City of Kawartha Lakes.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit: Admitted by physician or through PRHC Emergency Department
|Fees||None - No fees for people with a valid OHIP card|
Address and Location
|Located In Community||Peterborough|
|Address & Map||
1 Hospital Dr
Canada K9J 7C6
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|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Office Phone||705-876-5028, Outpatient Program ; 705-876-5035, Inpatient Program ; 705-743-2121 ext 3912, Community Treatment Order Coordinator|
|Fax||705-876-5013, Outpatient and Community Treatment Order; Inpatient: 705-876-5158|