Well-being & Mental Health - Parent Resources


Maryvale | Adolescent and Family Services

At Maryvale, we help young people and their families who, for a variety of reasons, are in serious emotional or psychological distress and are not doing well emotionally and mentally in their thinking about themselves and others. They may be highly anxious, depressed, suicidal, feeling worthless and hopeless, or they have lost their willingness to care about others. They may be dealing with debilitating learning disabilities.

Ministry of Children and Youth Services

The Ministry of Children and Youth Services envisions an Ontario where children and youth have the best opportunity to succeed and reach their full potential.

Substance Abuse

Resources created to provide parents with information around the prevention of substance use and dealing with a substance use problem.

Teen Health Centre

The Teen Health Centre serves by promoting youth, family and community health through service, community education and advocacy.

Triple-P

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) is a parenting program that encourages a helpful, positive approach to raising children.  Triple P programs are provided locally at no cost to all parents interested in improving their parenting strategies.

We R Kids Mental Health

The werkidsmentalhealth.ca website is a collaborative project designed to provide resources about children and youth mental health and addiction issues for educators, service providers, community partners, parents and students in Windsor-Essex.

Windsor Regional Children's Centre

The Windsor Regional Children's Centre is an accredited children's mental health centre serving children and adolescents, who are dealing with social, emotional, developmental, and/or behavioral issues, and their families. The Centre offers a variety of crisis stabilization, diagnostic, assessment, treatment, and consultative services designed to promote healthy functioning of children, youth, and their families within the home, school, and community.






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