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.

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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.

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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.

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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.
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