HELLO, MY NAME IS TOM.

I STRUGGLED WITH MENTAL HEALTH. HERE’S MY STORY.

READ TOM'S STORY

Frontenac Services

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RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Controlled therapeutic residential environments for youth experiencing severe difficulties at home.

Students in a School Environment

DAY TREATMENT

Therapeutic segregated classroom settings integrated into elementary and high schools.

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

Assessment and treatment with individual, family, group, or art therapy.

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INTENSIVE/ CRISIS SERVICES

For adolescents at risk of being removed from home, school, or community.

Want to donate?

Frontenac Youth Services is a non-profit organization that provides services and programming for youth in Durham Region who experience mental health concerns. Unfortunately, we can only help a handful of kids at a time with our current resources. Help us provide hope, treatment, and connection for our community’s most vulnerable adolescents. Even small contributions make a big difference.

Learn About Donations

How your donations help

  • Programming and recreation activities for youths in the Residential programs 70%
  • Equipment for youths to register in sports activities 15%
  • Membership fees yearly for all youths at the YMCA 15%

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH?

Coping with mental health concerns can be challenging. Visit our Youth and Parent Information page to see resources recommended by Frontenac Youth Services.
Learn About Mental Health

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