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Organization: Mary Homes  
Phone Numbers: 613-841-6221
After Hours: 613-294-9137, Mon-Sun 4 pm-9 am
Fax: 613-841-9725
Email: phyllis@maryhomes.ca
Website: www.maryhomes.ca
Address:
237 Kennedy Lane W
Orléans, ON
K1E 1G5
Intersection: Tenth Line Rd and St Joseph Blvd
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm * Emergency service Mon-Sun 24 hours
Executives: Phyllis Gill - Director of Operations
Service Description: Privately owned residential program licensed to provide services to children and youth.

Services have been designed to assist and support children and youth who are experiencing a wide range and variety of issues, primarily emotional and behavioral difficulties that hinder their well-being and growth in their homes and community. * Provides these youth and children with short and long-term placements during which they participate in individual goal-oriented programs.
  • Two adolescent female residences: Lacroix & Wilhaven seven-bed adolescent female homes (ages 10 to 18)
  • Three adolescent male residences:
    Major, a seven-bed adolescent male residence (ages 10 to 18)
    Phoenix, an eight-bed male residence for adolescents (ages 10 to 18)
    Navan, a seven-bed male residence for adolescents (ages 10 to 18)
  • One mixed gender Assessment and Emergency Center: Tenth Line, an 8-bed Assessment Emergency Centre, provides structured short-term placements for mixed gender populations. Assessment completed based on behavior and recommendations are made for future long terms placements.

Fees: Service - Per diem
Application: All youth are referred through the Children's Aid Society * Ministry of youth social services * Service Coordination * Child and Family Service Agencies * other ministries and governments
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Male and female youth, age 8 to 18 years, that are experiencing a wide range of issues, primarily emotional and behavioral challenges, mental health issues that hinder their well-being and growth in their homes and community
Age: 8.00 - 18.00 years
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: limited
Area(s) Served:
Eastern Ontario  
See Also: Mental Health for Children and Youth

This information was last completely updated on July 3, 2017

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