The York Centre provides a range of mental health services for children, youth and families who live in the Region of York. Services are delivered by a multi-disciplinary team based upon an holistic approach to social, emotional, academic and familial needs.
Children, youth and their families have timely access, in a stigma-free society, to services which enable them to develop resiliency and optimal mental health.
To improve the mental health of children, youth and families in York Region by providing the highest quality preventative, therapeutic and educational interventions developed together with families and community partners.
We are a not for profit organization providing service to residents in the Regional Municipality of York.
The York Centre is:
- governed by a voluntary Board of Directors who represent the community
- approved under the Child and Family Services Act
- an accredited member of Children's Mental Health Ontario
The York Centre receives funding from The Ministry of Children and Youth Services, The United Way of York Region, and accepts tax-deductible donations. Annual fund raising activities help meet expenses. There are no fees to clients. However, donations for some services are accepted.
Services are available for residents of York Region throughout the calendar year. Some services are provided at community locations and we also meet with families in their home.