Please visit the pages below for information regarding eligibility for specific programs:
Common Presenting Issues
The ECC serves children with mental health issues or children with autism and their families. Children may present with communication, psycho-social, emotional, cognitive and/or behavioural difficulties, which interfere with their development and daily lives. Children or youth may have
- Struggles getting along or developing relationships
Problems with communication
Feelings of peristent sadness, anxiety, loneliness, isolation, worthlessness or over-worrying
Aggressive or bullying behaviour
Odd or unusual behaviour
Uncooperative or oppositional, defiant behaviour
Persistent restlessness, an inability to focus or complete tasks
During the telephone intake, the Intake Worker will collect some demographic and relevant personal individual and family information.The information will be used to generate a secure and confidential electronic record for at the Centre. During this time, the Intake Worker will also collect information using a standardized interview tool to help us better plan services for you, your child and family.
After the intake is complete, the information will be reviewed by our Service Planning team and a Service Coordinator will be assigned to you. Following the Service Planning meeting, you will receive a letter in the mail (or your preferred alternate method) confirming your acceptance to service along with the name of your assigned Service Coordinator. An initial face to face appointment will be arranged with your Service Coordinator.
Contact us to learn more about our services and how to get started.