Children's Mental Health Program

Children’s Mental Health Program’s Aim:

To ensure that ‘at-risk” and “high-risk” children, youth and their families that require supportive mental health resources have access to culturally– sensitive, healthy and/or wholistic healing activities and services.

Children’s Mental Health Program:

Provides services and support to children (ages 7-15) and their families that address behavioral and mental health needs. The Program offers a “wraparound” approach to provide services that build community –based relationships and support networks between the children and their families, teachers, and other caregivers.


Highlights of the Program: 

· Referrals to Tele-Mental Health Telepsychiatry

· Intake & assessments

· Peer counseling to assist with coping strategies

· Therapeutic group services such as children’s circles, healing circles

· Safety planning

· Service navigation

· Crisis intervention

· Advocacy

· Referrals  to appropriate needs of family and children

· Public education on violence, addictions and Mental Health

· Community and cultural events

· Open traditional ceremonies


Alicia Gattoni, Childrens Mental Health Worker 

427 Mowat Avenue, Fort Frances

Phone: (807) 274-8541 
Fax: (807) 274-4110

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 752, Fort Frances, ON P9A 3N1

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Summer Hours (July & August):
Monday to Friday
8:30 – 4:00

Regular Hours:
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.