We provide a short-term, consultative service that provides comprehensive assessment and treatment planning for people with a dual diagnosis. We also provide mentoring and education for family and care providers. The Dual Diagnosis Service goals are to improve the quality of life and functioning of people with a dual diagnosis in their home and community settings through assessment and understanding from a biopsychosocial approach.

Our Team:

Our highly trained clinical team is comprised of specialists in Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Nurse Specialist(s), Behaviour Therapist(s), and Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry. Team members work collaboratively, and each has a particular expertise to assist people in achieving their full potential.

How to Access Services:

People must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible to receive services through Developmental Services Ontario (DSO). All referrals need to be submitted either by a service coordinator assigned by the DSO, or by the lead staff member of the agency that the person is affiliated with.

For more information please contact:
Emily Jackson,
Intake Resource Professional, Dual Diagnosis Service
Tel: 905-844-7864, Ext. 315
Email: ejackson@cwsds.ca

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