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The Province of Ontario has announced Phase 1 of the gradual re-opening of services. 

Our physical sites will remain closed until Toronto Public Health guidelines can be properly implemented regarding the gradual re-opening of our sites. 

All of our services remain available during this time and can be accessed remotely by phone or videoconferencing for both existing and new clients. 

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How to Get Started

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Registering for the Ontario Autism Program 

All children and youth under the age of 18 with a written diagnosis of autism from a qualified professional can register for the program. 

If your child was previously registered with the Ontario Autism Program, you do not have to register again.    For new families looking to register, contact the ministry's Central Resource Team at 1-888-444-4530 or  Please visit the Ministry website here for more information 

If you are currently receving Ontario Autism Program services and have an active behaviour plan, contact your child's supervisor or lead therapist for any questions regarding your child's behaviour plan and next steps. 

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Mental Health Services

Our Mental Health Services are comprised of several programs, including Counselling, Day School Milieu Treatment Program (DSMTP), Groups, and West End Services for Abuse and Trauma (WESAT).

The following outlines the processes for our self-referral programs:


To access our Counselling services the first step is to attend our Walk-in clinic. Often young people and families only need one or two sessions to make the needed changes in their lives so we want clients to experience the differences these changes can make as soon as possible. Following the walk-in session, we can also refer you to additional services if needed and Walk-in can be used more than once if necessary.

Day School Milieu Treatment Program (DSMTP)

To access our DSMTP, please contact our Intake Coordinator at (416) 240-1111, ext. 2238.


To access our Groups, please refer to the Group page for the group facilitator’s contact information.

West End Services for Abuse and Trauma (WESAT)

To access our WESAT services, including trauma assessments and trauma treatment, please contact the Intake Coordinator at (416) 240-1111, ext. 2238.

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Walk-In Clinic

Our Walk In Clinic is open Monday - Friday. Please see below for the exact hours.  Appointments are not required and there is no fee. The ECC Walk-In Clinic is located at 200 Ronson Drive (4th floor), major intersection Dixon & Martin Grove Rd. You should plan for a one and half (1.5) hour appointment. Service is provided on a first come, first serve basis.  All efforts are made to accommodate everyone, however high demand may require families to return another day.

  • Monday:  2pm-6pm, please arrive by 4:30 pm, last appointment is at 5 pm

  • Tuesday:  11am-4pm, please arrive by 2:30 pm, last appointment is at 3 pm

  • Wednesday:  12 pm - 8 pm, please by 6:30 pm

  • Thursday:  2 pm - 6 pm, please arrive by 4:30 pm, last appointment is at 5 pm

  • Friday:  10 am - 2 pm, please arrive by 12:30 pm, last appointment is at 1 pm

         For more information about our walk-in clinic, click here.


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The Etobicoke Children’s Centre

65 Hartsdale Drive,
Etobicoke, ON M9R 2S8

200 Ronson Dr., (4th floor)
Etobicoke, ON M9W 5Z9

Tel: (416) 240-1111
Fax: (416) 240-7999
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