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Psychosis - Central East

People with psychosis may experience personality changes, hallucinations, false beliefs, or impaired insight. This condition can be caused by disease, injury, substance use, or mental illness.
 
Early intervention programs treat and support people experiencing their first episode of psychosis. People can get help to manage their symptoms through specialized clinics, hospital-run programs, supportive services, and support groups.

See also Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Schizophrenia.

 
These services serve all or part of Central East
Campbellford Memorial Hospital - Community Mental Health Centre  
146 Oliver Rd, 2nd floor, Campbellford, ON  K0L 1L0
705‑632‑2015
Canadian Mental Health Association - Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge Branch - Lynx Early Psychosis Intervention Program  
415 Water St, Peterborough, ON  K9H 3L9
Peterborough: 705‑748‑6711 * Lindsay: 705‑328‑2704 * Administrative: 705‑748‑6687
Haliburton Highlands Health Services - Minden Site - Community Mental Health Services  
6 McPherson St, Minden, ON  K0M 2K0
705‑286‑4575
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences - Intergrated Community Access Program (ICAP)  
700 Gordon St, Whitby, ON  L1N 5S9
905‑430‑4055

These services are located outside of Central East, but provide service to Central East.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto Branch - Mood And Psychosis Early Intervention Program  
Lawrence Square, 480-700 Lawrence Ave W, North York, ON  M6A 3B4
416‑640‑1934
Centre For Addiction And Mental Health (CAMH) - Psychotic Disorders Clinic - Toronto - Workman Way  
Intergeneration Wellness Centre, 80 Workman Way, Toronto, ON  M6J 1H4
416‑535‑8501 ext 2

These service listings may be either regulated or non-regulated.

Consumer Protection Ontario at https://www.ontario.ca/page/consumer-protection-ontario can help you ask the right questions before you choose a service. 

Health professionals are a regulated profession in Ontario. To confirm whether a regulated health professional is eligible to practice in Ontario, go to the public registry at: Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/hhrsd/about/regulated_professions.aspx)
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