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A healthy mind and spirit relies on having a healthy body as well, and this section has information on key medical resources of interest to those with mental health issues. This is not an exhaustive list of resources and services, but highlights those which might be of interest to individuals with mental health issues.

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Publicly Funded / Free Services

555 University Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8 Map
416-813-6780
Area Served: Canada
All ages
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1. Hospitals

Most hospitals have mental health services which may include Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers and other professionals. Programs offered typically include:

  • Outpatient programs, where one comes to the hospital for mental health services;
  • Day treatment, or partial hospitalization programs, where a person comes for treatment for longer periods or more frequently, for more intensive therapy than one would receive from simply seeing an outpatient therapist or clinician;
  • Inpatient programs, where a person is admitted to hospital in order to provide a high level of supervision and care until the condition improves enough so that the person can be treated as an outpatient.

Publicly Funded / Free Services

3935 Kincaid Street, Burnaby, BC Map
604-412-6200
Area Served: Fraser
All ages
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480 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC, V6H 3N1 Map
604-875-2000
Area Served: British Columbia
Up to 18 years
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2601 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC, V3C 4J2 Map
604-524-7000
Area Served: British Columbia
All ages
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1081 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC, V6Z 1Y6 Map
604-806-8347
Area Served: British Columbia
17 years and up
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1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 1Y6 Map
604-806-8347
Area Served: British Columbia
17 years and up
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2. Hospital Emergency Department

Is there an emergency such as medical or mental health emergency? If less intense options (e.g. calling a crisis line) are not possible or haven't helped, then it may be helpful to visit the local hospital Emergency Department. Typical mental health emergencies include:

* thoughts of suicide to the point where the person requires emergency help to keep them from ending their life; 

* manic episode or psychosis where a person is behaving in an irrational way with inability to function. 

 

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3. Family Physicians

Family physicians provide a great deal of mental health services for their patients, in addition to standard medical care. In cases where a patient requires more specialized care, a family physician can provide help on where to go for additional help and support.

Publicly Funded / Free Services

669 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC, V6C 0B4 Map
604-733-7758
Area Served: British Columbia
All ages
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312 Oakwood Court, Newmarket, ON, L3Y 3C8 Map
416-410-6644
Area Served: Canada
All ages
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4. Pediatricians

Pediatricians provide a great deal of mental health services for their patients, in addition to standard medical care. In cases where a patient requires more specialized care, a pediatrician can give advice on where to go for additional help and support.

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