Mental Health

OTMH

The Mental Health Programs aims to provide high-quality, client-centred care through a seamless continuum of services extending across Halton Healthcare and into the communities of Oakville, Milton, and Georgetown.

Our interprofessional staff includes social workers, occupational therapists, nurses, peer support, nurse practitioners, child and youth counselors, pharmacists, dieticians, teachers, and psychiatrists. They will work closely with you and your family to understand and meet your needs.

Mental Health Consumer Advisory Committee

The Consumer Advisory Committee (CAC) provides input and advice on service delivery, policies, and quality improvements. It is an opportunity for ongoing communication between people who access mental health services and hospital management. We are comprised of family members and individuals who have lived experience with mental health and addiction issues, and a member of the hospital management team.

Crisis Response at Halton Healthcare

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and require immediate attention please visit your closest Emergency Room or dial 911.
Halton Healthcare provides emergency mental health services through our emergency departments at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Milton District Hospital, and Georgetown Hospital.

Halton Community Crisis Services

If you are in crisis but do not require emergency care, you may contact any of the following services 24 -7: Oakville Distress Centre at 905-849-4541 Distress Centre North Halton at 905-877-1211 Community Outreach and Support Team (COAST) at 1-877-825-9011

Access to Outpatient Services (Non-Emergency)

A referral from a family physician is required to access outpatient mental health services at Halton Healthcare. Referrals are screened and processed by one-Link. For more information, please call one-Link at 905-338-2983 ext. 4897 or visit www.one-link.ca