||Alex Conant, Manager; Email: email@example.com
||Cathy Szabo, President and Chief Executive Officer
|Address & Map
Cornell Office Tower
234 Concession St, Suite 301
Kingston, ON K7K 6W6
||Fully Accessible ; Interviews can be arranged at alternate locations upon request
||Determines a diagnosis and develops treatment recommendations for people who are dually diagnosed * provides specialty consultations, comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, and, in some cases, short-term treatment services * helps first line and intensive mental health service providers to enhance their capacity to serve dual-diagnosed individuals * multidisciplinary team
||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
||Frontenac County ; Kingston ; Lennox and Addington County
||Ages: 16 year(s) and up
Individuals 16 years and older who have a dual diagnosis: an intellectual disability or autism or pervasive developmental disorder, with a suspected or diagnosed mental illness or behavioural disorder.
||Physicians, mental health treatment providers, support providers, family members, and the academic sector may make referrals
||English ; Interpretive Services - can be arranged
|Bus Route Notes
||Kingston Transit Trip Planner
||Mental Health Evaluation ~ Dual Diagnosis
||(50) Non Profit
||Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long-term Care
||20 Jan 2015
|Record Views (Public)
||2918 (as of 07 Oct 2015)
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