Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program (CAMHP)
Ramsey Lake Health Centre, 5th Floor, North Tower
705.523.7100 ext. 8012
This unit is designed specifically for children and adolescents who, as a result of a situational crisis or psychiatric illness, are acutely ill and require short-term hospitalization. Admission to this unit is on the recommendation of a psychiatrist or by their designate. Family members are encouraged to take part in the assessment and treatment planning for their child or adolescent.
Regional Eating Disorders Program (REDP)
127 Cedar Street
705.523.4988 ext. 4211
Toll free 1.866.244.4344
The Regional Eating Disorders Program is a community-based outpatient assessment and treatment program. Services are offered to children, adolescents and adults (along with their families) suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorder and mixed syndromes.
The Program provides assessment and treatment services to individuals and families throughout North-Eastern Ontario in partnership with the Sault Area Hospital, North Bay Regional Health Centre and Timmins & District Hospital.
Perinatal Mental Health Program
127 Cedar Street, Sudbury
705.523.4988 ext. 4242
The Perinatal Mental Health Program provides mental health services for mothers 16 years of age or older experiencing depression and anxiety during pregnancy and up to 12 months after the baby is born.
Services provided include
- Individual assessment and treatment
- Family assessment and support
- Referral to community resources
Self-referrals as well as referrals from community agencies, family doctors, obstetricians, midwives and mental health professionals are accepted.
Please download, print and complete the Edinburg Scale. Bring this with you to your appointment.
Don’t have a printer? We will have one for you to complete when you come for your appointment.
Early Psychosis Intervention Program (EPI)
127 Cedar St, Sudbury
705.523.4988 ext. 4242
This program serves adolescents and young adults (up to 35 years of age) and their families to better understand and manage psychotic illness. Early intervention is the key to recovery. Self- referrals are accepted as well as referrals from the community, Hospital, general practitioners, mental health professionals, social workers, counsellors and family members.
Family Resource Guide for First Episode Psychosis
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario- Sudbury Chapter
The local chapter of the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario (SSO) conducts monthly meetings at our location at 127 Cedar St. These meetings provide an opportunity for family members and friends who are supporting someone with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, to come together for self-help and support. These meetings are supported by staff of the Positive Steps Team, ensuring family members are continually connected to information and education regarding local services that are available to them or their loved ones. For more information about the Sudbury Chapter please call the 1.800 number above and they will provide you with the information you need.