The Abbotsford Mental Health Centre provides various services which include:
Adult Community Support Service provides specialized service for individuals age 19 and up who have a serious and persistent mental illness that causes significant and enduring functional disabilities. Aims to help them live as independently as possible in the community by offering a choice of clinical, community residential, and community support services.
Adult Short-Term Assessment and Treatment services ensure access to responsive, sensitive, and relevant assessment and treatment. An eating disorder specialist provides counselling for individuals age 19 and over who have anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. A dual diagnosis counsellor is available for those who have substance abuse and mental health issues
Community Residential Program provides residential care, treatment, and rehabilitative and support services for individuals who cannot presently live independently because of psychiatric illness but do not require hospitalization.
Psychogeriatrics Program provides specialized service for people age 65 and up, or those under age 65 who experience dementia, psychiatric problems, or declining behavioural or functional ability. Clients may live at home, in supported housing, in residential care facilities, or they may require admission to or discharge from Riverview Hospital. This is also a designated agency responsible for looking into reports of suspected abuse and neglect of adults who cannot seek help for themselves.
32700 George Ferguson Way, Suite 11
Abbotsford, BC, V2T 4V6 Map
Ages served: All ages
Languages served: English
Area Served: Fraser