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Service Area

Single Point Access Mechanisms for the CPRI Catchment Area

Bruce

Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services
519-371-4773 or 1-800-567-2384

Grey

Keystone Child, Youth & Family Services
519-371-4773 or 1-800-567-2384

Huron

Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN)
1-877-480-2726
Huron/Perth: 519-348-0562

Perth

Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN)
1-877-480-2726
Huron/Perth: 519-348-0562

Wellington

For Development Health Clients:
Access Information & Referral for Developmental Services (AIR)
(519) 824-4015

For Mental Health Clients:
Front Door: Access to Child and Youth Services
519-749-2932

Waterloo

For Developmental Clients:
Developmental Services Resource Centre
519-741-1121

For Mental Health Clients:
Front Door: Access to Child and Youth Services
519-749-2932

Lambton

Simply the Access to Resources and Residences (STARRting Point)
c/o Family Counselling Centre
519-336-0120 Ext. 248

Middlesex

Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN)
1-877-480-2726
London/Middlesex: 519-438-4783

Oxford

Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN)
1-877-480-2726
Oxford/Elgin: 519-765-2108

Brant

Contact Brant
519-758-8228
1-866-663-3667

Hamilton-Wentworth

Contact Hamilton
905-570-8888

Essex

HelpLink
519-252-2313

Kent

Kent Inter Disciplinary Support Team (KIDS Team)
519-354-6221 Ext. 257

Elgin

Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN)
1-877-480-2726
Elgin: 519-765-2108

Haldimand-Norfolk

Contact Haldimand-Norfolk
519-587-2441
1-800-265-8087

Niagara Region

Contact Niagara
905-684-3407
1-800-933-3617

Out of Catchment Area

Please contact CPRI Intake to determine eligibility

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