Mises à jour sur la COVID-19

COVID-19 Service Change: Telephone/virtual support and counselling available. In-person counselling and face-to-face services by appointment during regular hours.

For after hours support, call 519-539-0463 or 1-877-539-0463.

Specialized Programs

912 Dundas St
Woodstock, ON
N4S 1H1
Numéro sans frais: 1-877-539-0463
Télécopie: 519-539-7058
Dernière mise à jour: Feb 1, 2023: Suggérer une modification

Procédé et formulaires

Call to Inquire for specific program

Admissibilité / population desservie

Newborn to children 18 years and their parents/caregivers



Cadres supérieurs

Kelly Baker - Executive Director
Chantal Dubois - Clinical Director



Notes sur la langue

Interpretation available upon request.

Zone(s) desservie(s)

Oxford and Elgin Counties


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Description des services:

The Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Family Support Program provides community-based supports for children and youth ages 8-17 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Level 1) for successful community integration and transitions. See website for more details (www.wellkin.ca).

The Urgent Access Therapy Service, offers children and youth who are experiencing a crisis or urgent situation, and their families, an opportunity to connect with a Therapist in a time sensitive manner. See webiste for more details (www.wellkin.ca).

Wellkin’s Early Years Program provides a range of support services to parents/guardians and their children from infancy to 6 years of age who are facing social, developmental, emotional, and/or behavioural difficulties. See webiste for more details (www.wellkin.ca).

Wellkin’s Intensive Family Service (IFS) Program aims to provide therapeutic support and treatment for children and their families, who have been identified as having mental health needs that require an intensive level of interventions and which are delivered through the use of evidence based practices, are flexible, and tailored to meet their individual needs. These supports can be delivered effectively in the home environment, and are done in collaboration with other Wellkin services where appropriate. See agency website for more details (www.wellkin.ca). 

Respite Services provide the caregiver(s) of an individual with an exceptional need some time away from the caregiver responsibilities. Respite services also support the wellbeing of the caregiver(s), the individual, as well as the family system. See agency website for more details (www.wellkin.ca). 

The Day Treatment Program is designed to provide a treatment alternative for children with long- standing behavioural and emotional difficulties who struggle to function successfully in a regular classroom setting or other alternative programs. In Wellkin’s Day Treatment program, we integrate academics and social skill development through various treatment options. See agency website for more details (www.wellkin.ca). 

Wellkin’s Youth Justice Therapy Program provides community-based, time limited mental health support service to address the issues and challenges of young persons with mental health and/or behavioural needs who are involved in the youth justice system. Services provided will be clinically focused, individualized, based on assessed needs, are evidence-based, and undertaken with a trauma informed approach. See agency website for more details (www.wellkin.ca). 

The School Community Intervention Partnership (SCIP) is an innovated children’s mental health program committed to an effective early intervention for children with difficulties in regulating their behaviours that may be interfering with their performance at home, school, and in the community. SCIP Consultants will work with your family in a confidential and supportive manner to coordinate meetings with school personnel, attend scheduled appointments, provide parental/guardian support, and connecting your family with community resources. See agency website for more details (www.wellkin.ca). 
Dernière mise à jour: Feb 1, 2023: Suggérer une modification