101-505 Queen St, Spruce Grove (780) 960-9533 wpcn.admin@westviewpcn.ca

Youth Mental Health Clinic

The Youth Mental Health Clinic (YMHC) is a specialty clinic offering wrap-around mental health services for youth. Services are offered by a multidisciplinary team consisting of Physicians, a Registered Social Worker, a Behavioral Health Consultant, Youth Therapists, and Community Connectors. The main focus of the clinic is diagnosing and managing ADHD, anxiety, and depression.

 

  

Referral Based Clinic

Walk-in Clinic

  • Initial Assessment/Consultation
  • Medication Consultation
  • Social Work Services
  • Short-term therapy (3-6 sessions)
  • Mental Health Groups
  • Navigation of Mental Health & Community Supports/Services

Offers Single Session Therapy, on a first come first serve basis. Youth can access this service if they are experiencing a mental health breakdown or having difficulties with a specific issue. Youth will work with a walk-In therapist to discuss concerns and explore possible solutions.Parent/Caregiver consent is required.

 

 When: Mondays & Fridays 9am - 2pm

When: Fridays ONLY at 9 AM

Referral Criteria

● Must be between the ages of 11-25, and

● Must be connected to a WestView PCN Family Physician or living in the Tri-Region area.

Referral Process: Referrals can be made by local family physicians, schools, or community agencies. Please ensure referral criteria has been met. Complete referral form and fax to the WestView Primary Care Network. Referrals can also be made directly to Community Connectors. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions about the referrals.

 

 

Referral Criteria

● Must be between the ages of 11-17, and

● Must be connected to a WestView PCN Family Physician or living in the Tri-Region area.

To Access: Attend WestView Primary Care Network (Unit 101-505 Queen Street Spruce Grove AB) at 9 AM. Youth will be booked for the next available opening for therapy that day.

No formal referral is required for this service.

Due to the limited availability of this service, Please note:

● Youth who are not experiencing a mental health breakdown, and are just needing a mental health check-in are advised to speak with their School Student Services staff FIRST. If extra support is needed, School staff can connect with a Community Connector.

● If there is no appointment availability left, youth will be provided with alternative resources to access based on their needs.

 

 

Resources

Visit our Resources page for a list of trusted health and wellness resources.

Questions

If you have any questions, call us on a Monday or Friday at 780-960-9533 Option 2.

Fax: 780-960-9591.

  

FAQ  

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