Frontenac Youth Services is OPEN. In the best interest of our clients and our employees, we are continuing to offer telephone and virtual counselling services, in addition to re-opening in-person support.
What You Need to Know When Accessing Services at Frontenac Youth Services
Frontenac Youth Services is currently open for telephone and virtual counselling services in addition to re-opening in-person support to new and existing clients.
Community Services – • Individual and Family Therapy-currently offering phone and virtual sessions and in-person support on an appointment basis.
Day Treatment – • Classes have resumed as of September 8.
Live-in Treatment – • Please contact your case manager or (905) 579-1551.
Crisis Services – • Mondays – Thursdays 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. & Fridays 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. – please contact (905) 579-1551 ext. 245.
24 hour, 7 day crisis support please contact Durham Mental Health Services Crisis Access Linkage Line at (905) 666-0483 or
Walk-In Clinic – • If a referral has been completed through the Central Intake phone line and our intake coordinator has invited you to our walk-in we are currently offering phone and virtual sessions. In-person support will be available on an appointment basis. Please contact (905) 579-1551 ext. 234.
Case Manager – If you have a case manager, please connect with them directly. If you do not remember the name of your case manager, please call our main number (905-579-1551) for support in connecting to them.
To access walk-in and on-going services please contact Central Intake before scheduling your first appointment.
Central intake can be reached at 1-888-454-6275.
FRONTENAC YOUTH SERVICES’ WALK-IN CLINIC
FRONTENAC YOUTH SERVICES’ WALK-IN CLINICS
*MUST HAVE COMPLETED INTAKE*
Central Intake Services 1-888-454-6275
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.
How your donations help
- Programming and recreation activities for youths in the Live-In programs 70% 70%
- Equipment for youths to register in sports activities 15% 15%
- Membership fees yearly for all youths at the YMCA 15% 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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Click below to view a PDF version of Frontenac Youth Services’ Audited Financial Statement. https://frontenacyouthservices.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Frontenac-Youth-Services-Audited-Financial-Statement-to-March-31-2020.pdf
Download December 2019 newsletter PDF