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Adolescent Day Treatment

The Adolescent Day Treatment Program at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores) supports youth who have a mental health diagnosis and who are struggling with their day to day functioning as a result of the symptoms. 

This program provides mental health and education services in a local community high school to support students as they transition into a community setting.  The Adolescent Day Treatment Program is an intensive multi-week program.  The program is staffed by an interdisciplinary team, social worker, child and youth counsellor, psychiatrist and Grove School teacher.  

Services include:

  • Psychiatric assessment and medication management
  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Life skills and relational practice
  • Educational remediation and instruction

For ages 14-18

Inclusion Criteria

Adolescents 14 to 18 years of age, with a diagnosed mental illness impacting daily functioning.

Service Access

Referrals are accepted by individuals, families, healthcare providers or social service organizations within Durham Region. 

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