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Single-session counselling services are available to children, youth and families without an appointment during walk-in hours at the Brockville and Kemptville offices. 11AM to 7PM Wednesdays.

Call Us

Call 800.809.2494 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm to book an appointment.  You may leave a  message if your call is not answered and we will call back within one business day.

Complete an Online Referral

You may complete a referral by filling out an online form and sending it to us. CLICK HERE to go to our Referrals Page for more details.

Crisis

Are you experiencing a mental health crisis?

Between 8:30am to 4:30
Monday to Friday:

Call our office at 800.809.2494

After Hours and Weekends:
Call the Mental Health Crisis after hours service at 613.345.4600

For Emergencies Dial 911

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September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Awareness Month. The Government of Canada officially recognized September as FASD Awareness Month in 2020. The theme for this year’s FASD awareness month is Building Strengths and Abilities. Historically, much of the research and discussion about FASD has focused on challenges. While this discussion is necessary, it is also important recognize people’s unique talents, abilities, and interests.
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September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Awareness Month. The Government of Canada officially recognized September as FASD Awareness Month in 2020.  The theme for this year’s FASD awareness month is Building Strengths and Abilities. Historically, much of the research and discussion about FASD has focused on challenges. While this discussion is necessary, it is also important recognize people’s unique talents, abilities, and interests. 
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Wonderful! This fantastic graphic can also be used for other neurodivergent children such as those with ADHD, oppositional defiance, or ASD!

History of FASD Day
FASD Awareness Day was first started by three parent advocates from Canada and the United States. They wanted to bring attention to FASD and the impact prenatal exposure to alcohol has on fetal development. They chose to recognize FASD Day on the ninth day of the ninth month to highlight the importance of going alcohol free for the full nine months of pregnancy. The first day was celebrated on 9/9/99. Since then, FASD Day has become a global movement, with countries from all around the world participating.
Red Shoes Rock is an incredible grassroots movement that has gained international recognition. The idea behind Red Shoes Rock is simple: wear red shoes at FASD events to bring attention to this disability.
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History of FASD Day
FASD Awareness Day was first started by three parent advocates from Canada and the United States. They wanted to bring attention to FASD and the impact prenatal exposure to alcohol has on fetal development. They chose to recognize FASD Day on the ninth day of the ninth month to highlight the importance of going alcohol free for the full nine months of pregnancy. The first day was celebrated on 9/9/99. Since then, FASD Day has become a global movement, with countries from all around the world participating.   
Red Shoes Rock is an incredible grassroots movement that has gained international recognition. The idea behind Red Shoes Rock is simple: wear red shoes at FASD events to bring attention to this disability.
http://ow.ly/qceY50KJemH

September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) awareness month. FASD is a lifelong disability that affects the brain and body of people who were exposed to alcohol in the womb. Each person with FASD has both strengths and challenges and will need special supports to help them succeed with many different parts of their daily lives. The Government of Canada officially recognized September as FASD Awareness Month in 2020. If you would like more support living with FASD, connect with one of our partner agencies, @ Kids Inclusive. ... See MoreSee Less

September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) awareness month. FASD is a lifelong disability that affects the brain and body of people who were exposed to alcohol in the womb. Each person with FASD has both strengths and challenges and will need special supports to help them succeed with many different parts of their daily lives. The Government of Canada officially recognized September as FASD Awareness Month in 2020. If you would like more support living with FASD, connect with one of our partner agencies, @ Kids Inclusive.

REPEAT: Children’s sleep needs and patterns will change as they age, but regardless of what age your child is, getting back to a nightly bedtime routine is a great way to help your child (and you) stress less before lights out. Try creating a predictable routine that may include a snack, a bath, or a story that you think you can stick to on a nightly basis. This will build a sense of trust and predictability with your child, plus create a special time for you to spend together at the end of a busy, hectic day. If you are struggling with your child’s sleep routine, or are looking for tips or resources, EarlyON Resource Consultants can help! Visit one of five sites across Leeds and Grenville listed with more information here: ow.ly/IPqA50KJ93y and follow EarlyOn and Children's Services of United Counties of Leeds and Grenville on Facebook. ... See MoreSee Less

REPEAT: Children’s sleep needs and patterns will change as they age, but regardless of what age your child is, getting back to a nightly bedtime routine is a great way to help your child (and you) stress less before lights out. Try creating a predictable routine that may include a snack, a bath, or a story that you think you can stick to on a nightly basis. This will build a sense of trust and predictability with your child, plus create a special time for you to spend together at the end of a busy, hectic day. If you are struggling with your child’s sleep routine, or are looking for tips or resources, EarlyON Resource Consultants can help! Visit one of five sites across Leeds and Grenville listed with more information here: http://ow.ly/IPqA50KJ93y  and follow EarlyOn and Childrens Services of United Counties of Leeds and Grenville on Facebook.

Members of community agencies, women and their allies plan to march at 7 p.m. on Friday September 16, 2022 to take a stand against violence in the community.
Connect with the Anti-Violence Coalition of Leeds and Grenville on Facebook or visit
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Members of community agencies, women and their allies plan to march at 7 p.m. on Friday September 16, 2022 to take a stand against violence in the community.   
Connect with the Anti-Violence Coalition of Leeds and Grenville on Facebook or visit
http://ow.ly/AaLf50KHcPp
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Please take some time to review our videos.

We have produced a short video to introduce the services we offer here at our agency.  Call today and book a consultation to find out what service would fit you best.

Our Youth Engagement Group, “Real;Talk”, has created two videos that support their mission to empower youth and to de-stigmatize mental health in Leeds and Grenville.

Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville believes that participating in recreational activities promotes positive mental health.

Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville is one of 89 accredited Children’s Mental Health Agencies located in Ontario.  Our services are provided by qualified professionals and are reviewed regularly in order to meet high standards which are set for the province of Ontario.

Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville is a Canadian Registered Charity BN#896698495RR0001