Who can be referred to CPRI?

The Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) is directly operated by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

Through collaboration with community partners, CPRI provides trauma-informed and highly specialized services for children and youth of Ontario (age 0-18) who experience complex and often co-morbid combinations of mental health and developmental challenges where:

  • These difficulties significantly impact functioning in multiple areas such as home, school and community and;
  • There has not been a desired response to first and second line community interventions due to comorbidities, chronicity, unsuccessful best practice/evidence-informed treatment, or other significant diagnostic factors.

How do I make a referral?

Agency to Agency Community Consultation Referral Form

Agency to Agency Community Consultation is a one-time consultation specifically designed for clinical discussion only. Clients and/or guardian do not attend. Should further CPRI services be required, regular CPRI intake processes apply and a full intake package must be submitted.

Outpatient Referral Form 

Inpatient Referral Form 

* Referrals for Inpatient services should be submitted through your county’s Single Point of Access Agency.

 We recommend that you include past assessments and education information, to help assess appropriate services.

 A package must include Part A, B and C to be considered complete. Part B must be completed and signed by attending physician.

Send your completed intake package by:

Email:              CPRI.Intake@ontario.ca

Fax:                 519-858-2115

Mail:                 CPRI, Intake Department

  600 Sanatorium Rd, London, ON N6H3W7

Download the CPRI General Information brochure

For additional questions or comments about referrals to CPRI please contact CPRI.Intake@ontario.ca or (519) 858-2774 ext. 2024. 

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