Urban Tele-Mental Health Service

Children, youth up to age 18, their mental health professional and families can access psychiatric consultation via video conferencing at a location that is the most convenient for them.

Type:

Intensive, Psychiatric

Age:

0 – 18 years

Fees:

Free

Referral:

Referral required.
Referral must be completed by a service provider with the youth and family.
All referral forms must be faxed to 647-689-2788.

Eligibility:

Children and youth living within the City of Toronto

Languages offered:

English *Interpretation services available as needed

Location:

Virtual

Hours:

Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM

For referrals and inquiries

Email urbantelementalhealth@stridestoronto.ca or call 416-438-3697 ext. 14292

Program focus: ADD/ADHD, Autism, Behaviour Difficulty, Child Development, Communication Skills, Developmental Disability, LGBT, Mental Health, Parenting, School, Skill Development, Socializing, Trauma more…

Children, youth up to age 18, their mental health professional and families can access psychiatric consultation via virtual platform. Youth and family must be connected to a service provider to support the referral process.

This service requires a referral by a mental health professional who has worked with the child/youth and family and is knowledgeable of their situation. The mental health professional will be involved in the entire process following the psychiatric consultation and will follow up with the client on any recommendations.

All referral forms must be faxed to 647-689-2788. If you have any questions, please email the Urban Tele-Mental Health Service Coordinator at urbantelementalhealth@stridestoronto.ca or call us at 416-438-3697 ext. 14292.

UTMH Referral Form

UTMH Consent Form

UTMH Follow-up Form

For referrals and inquiries

Email urbantelementalhealth@stridestoronto.ca or call 416-438-3697 ext. 14292

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