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The Concurrent Disorders Service provides assessment, consultation, individual counselling and group therapy to both inpatients and registered outpatients of Ontario Shores with substance related issues.  Patients will have been diagnosed with a moderate to serious, persistent mental health concern and evidence of a co-occurring substance issue with the cognitive capacity to benefit from this specialized program.  A continuous intake model is used for screening potential patients.

For ages 16-24

The Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) service consists of an inter-professional team who provides specialized services for high-need transitional aged youth population.  Individuals are offered a period of assessment, medication stabilization and/or individual or group psychotherapy treatment focusing on symptom management and support.

For ages 15+ and over

The Ontario Structured Psychotherapy (OSP) program provides individuals with publicly-funded, evidence-based, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and related approaches to help manage depression, anxiety, and anxiety-related conditions. CBT is a structured, time-limited therapy that is problem-focused and goal-oriented and teaches practical strategies and skills. The OSP program provides treatment for:

For ages 18-65

Two Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACTT) are operated by Ontario Shores. ACTT Durham and ACTT Haliburton, Kawartha and Peterborough Region (HKPR) are interprofessional clinical teams that provide treatment, recovery and support services to individuals with a serious mental illness and who require a high degree of support in their community. Crisis service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The program brings mental health services to patients in the community on a long-term basis and with flexible levels of intensity.

The Forensic Outpatient Service (FOS) at Ontario Shores provides community-based treatment and rehabilitation for patients who have been discharged from Ontario Shores, but remain under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Review Board (ORB).

For ages 25 to 65

An interprofessional team provides flexible service tailored to the individual needs of a person. Individuals are offered a period of assessment followed by ongoing support for the individuals’ recovery process and goal attainment by providing individual or group sessions using evidence based treatments, providing medication support (if necessary), symptom management and support.

Services include:

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