WHO WE ARE
As a leader in the field of mental health, The George Hull Centre for Children and Families helps infants, children, youth and their families achieve mental wellness. We do this through innovative, evidence-based treatment and programs designed to meet the evolving needs of our community, and an unwavering commitment to clinical excellence across assessment, treatment, prevention and education. Our multidisciplinary team of experts see children from infancy to 18, together with their families, providing help and support to children whose lives are impacted by mental health issues, many in very complex ways. By giving these infants, children and youth tailored treatment, and nurturing their core strengths and key family relationships, we reverse the downward spiral brought on by mental health challenges, ease their suffering, and provide hope when they need it the most.
We are a full service children’s mental health centre located in Etobicoke and serve 7,000* families annually. We are affiliated with the University of Toronto as a Teaching Centre. The Centre is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, and accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation.
A CONTINUUM OF INTEGRATED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
We help meet a wide range of mental health needs by providing comprehensive and integrated programs and services across prevention, early intervention, and treatment that include a community outpatient clinic, residential programs, and specialized programs for school and substance abuse.