Mental Health Care: Dual Diagnosis Program

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The Dual Diagnosis Program provides specialized assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and support services to adults between the ages of 18 and 64 who have both a developmental disability and mental illness or behaviour disorder. The program offers professional multi-sensory assessments and treatments for patients across Southwestern Ontario. Our goal is to develop patient-centered and recovery based care plans leading to an enhanced quality of life and recommendations for community supports.

Consultation and Outreach

The team serves adult patients with a developmental disability and a mental health need through consultation, assessment and treatment. Support for individuals with a dual diagnosis is provided in various ways including onsite ambulatory clinic setting, community settings, family and group homes, and through telephone support.

Last updated: Wed, 2015-02-25 10:26