The staff at the Cleghorn Program work with people who are experiencing symptoms of early psychosis. The program provides rapid and specialized assessment, consultation, treatment and rehabilitation for people experiencing a first episode of psychosis, based on the principles of recovery. The goal is to reduce the possibility of permanent disability and enhance the quality of life for patients. The program develops a specialized treatment plan based on each patient's individual needs.
The Cleghorn Program is a joint program of St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton and the Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at McMaster University.
Services are available in Hamilton and at the following partner agencies:
Grimsby: (905) 309-3336
West Niagara Mental Health Program
Haldimand/Norfolk (Townsend): (519) 587-4658
Adult Mental Health Services of Haldimand-Norfolk
Six Nations (Oshweken): (905) 765-7840
Six Nations Mental Health Services
Niagara (St. Catharines): (905) 688-2854
Regional Niagara Community Mental Health Program
Brantford: (519) 754-0253
St. Leonard’s Community Services
100 West 5th Street
Hamilton, ON, L9C 0E3 Map
Ages served: 14 - 35 years
Languages served: English
To be seen: Physician or professional referral is required
Anyone who is concerned about themselves or another person or who wishes information can contact the program. Eligibility is restricted to those Individuals who have received treatment for 6 months or less for their psychosis.