Your Guide

Your Guide is a listing of free workshops, courses, groups and events for families, children and teens.

Parenting Programs

Learn more about the Triple P, Positive Parenting Programs.

Community Information

See our web page for the community information website, listing services in Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk.

Vulnerable Persons Registry

Learn more about the confidential Vulnerable Persons Registry where you can register your child to give Brantford Police Services emergency contact information about the special needs of your child, to help police if they ever need to interact with your child.

More Resources

If you need immediate crisis support or counselling, please call the 24/7 Crisis Line for children, youth and adults:

519-759-7188 or 1-866-811-7188

St. Leonard’s Community Services Crisis Counsellors offer safety planning, coping skills/self-soothing management, as well as connection to Addiction Services, the COAST program, and other community resources.

St. Leonard’s Community Services also provides a Mental Health Walk-in Clinic: https://www.st-leonards.com/addictions-and-mental-health/program/crisis-phone-and-walk-service

Referral to Child and Youth Mental Health Services

Effective November 1, 2023, contact Woodview for intake and referral to child and youth mental health services (under age 18).

Call Woodview: 519-752-5308 x 0
Text: 226-920-4427
Email: general@woodview.ca
Website: www.woodview.ca
Walk-in clinic: https://woodview.ca/mental-health-walk-in-clinics/

Resources on Well-Being