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Programs & Services

Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH)

Addiction Supportive Housing (ASH) is affordable transitional housing up to 364 days that provides opportunities for individuals with a longstanding involvement with drugs and/or alcohol to stabilize and establish connections with the community.

Apartment Program

The Apartment program is affordable transitional housing up to 4 years that provides opportunities for individuals with a longstanding serious mental illness and/or substance use involvement to stabilize and establish connections with the community.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce offers Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), developed by LivingWorks Canada. ASIST is a two-day, 14-hour workshop featuring powerful audiovisuals, discussions, and simulations. Participants…

CHOICES Drug and Alcohol Counselling for Youth

Counselling support for youth who are concerned about their own or someone else’s substance use. Counsellors work directly with youth and their families at various high schools and office settings…

Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO)

CHO is a voluntary supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness.

Concurrent Disorders Treatment Services

The Concurrent Disorders counsellors provide community support to adults who have co-occurring diagnoses of serious mental illness (schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder, bipolar disorder, or major depression with psychotic features)…

Employment & ID Services

CMHA Grey Bruce has partnered with Shoreline Employment Services and Career Horizons to provide employment opportunities to persons on a disability pension. Identification Clinics help individuals in Grey and Bruce Counties…

Family Support Initiative

Family Support fosters networking and peer support among family members or loved ones of those living with a serious mental illness. Family can be defined as partners, parents, children, siblings and/or friends of an individual living with serious mental illness.

FAN Club

The Grey Bruce Friends and Neighbours (FAN) Club program is a children’s mental health awareness program using child-sized hand and rod puppets to discuss social issues affecting them.  Goals &…

Fresh Roots Café & Catering

Fresh Roots Café and Catering is an innovative social enterprise component of Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce – Mental Health and Addiction Services. The catering portion of our enterprise…

Fresh Roots Food Forest & Garden Program

The Fresh Roots Food Forest and Garden Program is a social enterprise of CMHA Grey Bruce, Mental Health and Addiction Services that opened in 2018.  It employs individuals with mental…

G&B House

G & B House is a 15-bed residential supportive treatment and housing service for men with severe and often long-term addiction issues that have not been met by non-abstinent community treatment approaches.

Intensive Case Management

Intensive Case Management is a program for individuals with serious mental health challenges who are looking for coordination, advocacy, and life skill development support.  This program can assist individuals in…

Let’s Talk

Multi-visit program designed to help intermediate age youth develop and maintain good mental health, while decreasing stigma surrounding mental illness and its treatment.  Minimum presentation of two, but typically Let’s Talk…

Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

The Male Survivor program provides counselling support for men who have experienced childhood sexual violence as they address the impact of that violence and work to heal.

Men’s Partner Assault Response (PAR)

Men’s Partner Assault Response (PAR) program supports men in exploring, understanding, and changing the underlying beliefs and attitudes that lead to violence in relationships.

Mental Health & Addictions Court Support

Mental Health & Addictions Court Support provides guidance and support to individuals living with mental health and/or addiction who are navigating the criminal justice system.

Mental Health and Addiction Peer Support (MAPS)

MAPS offers peer support services to those on Probation or Parole. MAPS workers have lived experience with mental illness and or addictions and intentionally share parts of their lived experience and recovery journey in their role as a supporter.

Mental Health Counselling

Mental Health Counselling provides brief individual and group counselling to individuals who are living with mental health issues or situational crises. Therapeutic models utilized might include Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT),…

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Mental Health First Aid Canada gives people the skills to provide early help that is so important in recovery. Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of mental health problems…

Mental Health Walk-In Support

Walk-in for referrals, resources, harm reduction and Naloxone and/or mental health support. No appointment is necessary. No charge. Kincardine: Every 1st Tuesday of the Month, 1:00-3:00 p.m., 865 Queen Street Port…

Mobile Mental Health & Addiction Response Team (MMHART)

MMHART provides mobile crisis support throughout Grey and Bruce counties.

My Dad’s Group

My Dad’s Group is a weekly positive parenting program for men with kids in their lives. Over the 10-13 sessions, the group will explore the importance of Dads, the ages and stages of childhood development, co-parenting, emotional regulation and managing triggers, parenting strategies, and common successes and challenges of parenting.

New Directions

New Directions counsellors support adults who are concerned about their own or someone else’s substance use or gambling.   Goals & Objectives:  Is This Program for Me?  What We Offer:  How…

Outreach Support Services

This person-centered program works with people to determine what is personally important for them to achieve.

Peer Support Services

eer support workers have lived experience with mental illness and or addictions and intentionally share parts of their lived experience and recovery journey in their role as a supporter.

Peer Support Worker – Brightshores Health System

Peer support workers have lived experience with mental illness and or addictions and intentionally share parts of their lived experience and recovery journey in their role as a supporter.

Pregnant and/or Parenting

The Pregnant and/or Parenting program supports women and men who are pregnant and/or parenting children ages 6 and under, who are impacted by their own or someone else’s substance use. …

Problem Gambling Treatment

The Problem Gambling program supports adults concerned with their own or someone else’s gambling. Our problem gambling counsellor provides services out of the Hanover and Owen Sound offices. Assistance with…

Recovery College

CMHA Grey Bruce Recovery College provides an innovative learning space where anyone can access free courses, webinars, workshops, and events to learn, gain new skills, connect with others in their…

Residential Support Services

This program provides supported congregate living for individuals living with a serious mental illness in two homes located in Owen Sound and Wiarton, Ontario.

SafeTALK

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce offers suicide response training called SafeTALK, developed by LivingWorks Canada. This training is about three hours in duration and prepares anyone over the…

Social Recreation & Rehabilitation – Group Services

The Social Recreation and Rehabilitation/Group Services program offers drop-in and scheduled programing at 5 different sites across Grey and Bruce counties.  Each location offers a range of different recreational programing…

Talk Today

Talk Today is a comprehensive mental health program aimed at promoting and spreading awareness of mental health for young athletes. The program includes evidence-based mental health and suicide awareness workshops…

Women’s Partner Assault Response

Women’s Partner Assault Response (PAR) program supports women in understanding and changing the underlying beliefs and attitudes that lead to violence in relationships. This can lead to healthier relationships based on respect and equality.

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