Mental Health Services

Helping you through difficult times in a safe and supportive environment.

One in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetimes and everyone will know someone who has struggled with their mental health.

Whether it is a stressful workplace, difficult relationship or personal health issue, we are committed to providing our community with patient-centred mental health services to help people navigate through these challenges.

Woman receiving mental health services

Our Program

Our social work program offers individual sessions of brief solution-focused therapy (six to 12 sessions). Skilled counsellors will meet with patients who would like to obtain a positive mental health outlook. Each appointment is 45 minutes to one hour in length.

We ask all patients to use their Employee Assistance Program services through their employer prior to receiving counselling services at our Centre.

We work with our community partners such as Choices for Change and Canadian Mental Health Association to provide you with the best mental health care possible.

Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) is often used to provide additional professional expertise for your care via TV in a private, confidential setting.

Children’s Mental Health Services

Our social work team partners with local children’s mental health agencies to provide service for our community’s youth. This includes St. Clair Child and Youth Services, Huron Perth Children’s Centre and Vanier Children’s Services.

Choices for Change

Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselling Centre is available at the GBACHC every Friday to meet with individuals to support them through withdrawal management, parent and child counselling and to help each individual find the right solutions for his or her unique situations

Choices for Change ensures that:

  • Individuals are entitled to quick and easy access to confidential service
  • Service is collaborative, flexible and respectful of clients’ needs, perceptions, beliefs and choices
  • The process of behaviour change must utilize the individual’s unique strengths and personal resources

Additional Mental Health Resources