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Rebecca Prince, Clinical Coordinator

240 King Street West
Chatham, Ontario
N7M 1G2

T (519) 437-6329

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Chatham-Kent, ON

The ACCESS Open Minds Chatham-Kent site is temporarily located at the Canadian Mental Health Association Lambton-Kent branch, at 240 Grand Ave West in Suite 100. Please call 519-437-6329 and speak with reception for more information or to make a referral. Please follow us on social media for updates. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Call, e-mail or drop in today!

 

ACCESS Open Minds Chatham-Kent is the only ACCESS site in Ontario funded through a national research grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Graham Boeckh Foundation. Our site serves a small urban centre and surrounding rural areas. Chatham-Kent has a population of approximately 108,000 and it includes two First Nations communities. The new youth hub brings together existing community partners who are committed to working in a new collaborative and innovative way, offering a “one-stop shop” for young people aged 11-25 and their families looking for mental health support.

 

(The regular ACCESS Open Minds youth space is located at the former YMCA in downtown Chatham.)

 

Our service and community partners:

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
Chatham-Kent Children’s Services (CKCS)
Chatham-Kent Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA)
Chatham-Kent Community Health Centre (CHC)
Chatham-Kent Police Service
Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit
Chatham-Kent Recreation
Chatham-Kent Victim Services
Peer Support Services
Family Peer Support Services
Family Service Kent (FSK)
Lambton-Kent District School Board
Make Children Better Now (M.C.B.N.)
Mental Health Network (Hope House)
Rain and Shine Behavioural Counselling
Restorative Justice
Western Area Youth Services (WAYS)