Our mental health services provide assistance and support to clients who are dealing with problems associated with mental illness. Our program uses a holistic approach by providing counselling services to individuals and family members. Mental illnesses are characterized by alterations in thinking, mood or behaviour associated with significant distress and impaired functioning.
The Sahara Mental Health Program provides assistance and support to clients who are dealing with problems associated with mental illness. Our program uses a holistic approach by providing supportive counselling services to individuals and family members.
This is a short term case management program that offers support to individuals 16 years of age or older. This project aims to identify complex needs for mental disorders in a timely manner in hopes of reducing unplanned repeat visits to hospital emergency departments. Clients receive services for three to six months and then transitioned to our long term case management program. This program accepts referrals from hospitals and health links.
This program is offered to clients who are 16 years of age or older. This is a long term case management program that provides support to individuals and their family members for illnesses related to the mind. Clients are welcome to stay within the program on a long term basis until client needs have been met. We accept referrals from all sources.
This is a case management program that offers support to individuals who require early intervention support for first episode psychosis or health concerns regarding mental illnesses within the past two years. We offer services to clients between the ages of 14 to 37 years. We accept referrals from all sources.
The Sahara Concurrent Disorder Support Group is a linguistically and culturally appropriate psychoeducational group program. It aims to educate and support individuals and their caregivers to cope with the challenges they are facing as a result of their mental health and addiction issues.
PCHS is dedicated to providing services to the communities that we serve. The mobile community support group is made up of professionals specializing in mental disorders who work in partnership with other community allies. We represent a variety of cultures within the South Asian communities and are skilled in delivering culturally sensitive programs and presentations.
We inform, coordinate and facilitate engaging educational presentations in diverse institutions such as schools, corporate offices and community centres. The MCSG provides youth and adults with practical information and skills that they can apply in their daily lives.
PCHS is committed to provide clients with services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disability. We are also committed to giving people with disabilities the same opportunity to access our services and allowing them to benefit from the same services, in a similar way as our other clients.
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