We Love Our Donors

To register, click here.

 

Seminar Descriptions

Coping Together: Parenting Seminar Series 2021
We have titled our seminar series “Coping Together” to illustrate that we as a community can come together during this difficult time. Please join us in coming together to discuss practical strategies for managing the current difficulties faced by many. The topics within the seminar series will help you to develop a roadmap for adapting to the current pandemic and emerging stronger than before. Featured below are descriptions of each seminar:

Managing Daily Stress:
This seminar discusses practical ways to cope with daily stress. We will explore the signs of stress, including physical, mental, and emotional signs, as well as tips for managing stress.

Creating a Daily Routine:
This seminar explores the importance of daily routines in order to support our health and wellness. We will discuss five elements that are essential for creating a daily routine, including self-care, mindfulness, eating, exercise, and joy and gratitude.

Finding the Calm in the Midst of an Emotional Storm (Self-Regulation):
This seminar focuses on self-regulation and the impact of stress on self-regulation. We will discuss ways to support self-regulation in children and adolescents as well as ways that parents can support themselves in times of stress.

Knowing When to Ask for Help:
This seminar explores how to recognize when internal and external cues are telling you that it is time to ask for help. It will offer ideas on how families can get support with their most basic needs up to, and including, where they can turn to in a crisis.

Dual Roles: Caregiver and Academic Coach:
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about new challenges for both caregivers and students. This seminar explores these challenges from a caregiver perspective. Together, we will discuss specific strategies to maintain a healthy balance between these different roles.

Building Resilience and Hope:
Discover how you can use your unique resources, strengths, and skills to overcome the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has created. This seminar will provide you with ideas and specific strategies you can implement in your home to support your child and family in growing resilience and hope.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Announcement from the Ontario government – Schools in Windsor Essex, including Maryvale will open and return to in-person learning on Monday February 8th, 2021.

Maryvale Call-In Line (519) 419-1397

Maryvale is determined to continue to provide readily accessible mental health supports to young people during the current COVID-19 disruption. The Acute Care Hospital Program remains open and continues to fully operate all day every day. We offer single session phone services to youth ranging in age from 13 to 17 years old and their families in Windsor and Essex County. The service will operate from Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekly. Please call 519-419-1397 and one of our therapists will respond.

All of our therapists will be available, providing counselling for youth and support for parents over the phone or internet. Youth Workers will also be in contact with youth by internet or phone.

The Acute Care Hospital Program remains open and continues to fully operate all day every day.  If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, are not feeling safe, or experiencing suicidal thoughts, please seek crisis services.

Crisis Services

For youth up to 15 years of age, please go to Windsor Regional Hospital Metropolitan Campus – Emergency Department – 1995 Lens Avenue.

For youth 16+ years of age, please go to Windsor Regional Hospital Ouellette Campus – Emergency Department – 1030 Ouellette Avenue.

In Leamington: For youth up to 18 years, please go to Erie Shores Healthcare – 194 Talbot Street West

For Adults – As of February 22, 2021, services  at the Mental Health and Addictions Urgent Care Centre (MHAUCC) will relocate to HDGH’s Crisis and Mental Wellness Centre (TSC) at 744 Ouellette Avenue. Hours – Monday to Friday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm.

.

 

Please see the Information and Events Section below for “How To Talk To Your Anxious Child About COVID-19” and other resources.

.

Back to School Video outlining COVID-19 Hazards from the GECDSB

Please find links to The New School Year at the GECDSB video, starring “Hazards” and created by the award-winning KCI Media Arts team.

English version: https://youtu.be/_oJVU9cVyN0

French version: https://youtu.be/PVINRfNFu1Q

Arabic version: https://youtu.be/JMf9p1xNnc8

Low-German version: https://youtu.be/nYC6RR2Pd0Y

Maryvale E-News

 February – 2021 – Click here

to view our latest E-Newsletter.

To subscribe to the e-newsletter for direct email inbox delivery, email mailinglist@maryvale.ca

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Announcement from the Ontario government – Schools in Windsor Essex, including Maryvale will open and return to in-person learning on Monday February 8th, 2021.

Maryvale Call-In Line (519) 419-1397

Maryvale is determined to continue to provide readily accessible mental health supports to young people during the current COVID-19 disruption. The Acute Care Hospital Program remains open and continues to fully operate all day every day. We offer single session phone services to youth ranging in age from 13 to 17 years old and their families in Windsor and Essex County. The service will operate from Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekly. Please call 519-419-1397 and one of our therapists will respond.

All of our therapists will be available, providing counselling for youth and support for parents over the phone or internet. Youth Workers will also be in contact with youth by internet or phone.

The Acute Care Hospital Program remains open and continues to fully operate all day every day.  If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, are not feeling safe, or experiencing suicidal thoughts, please seek crisis services.

Crisis Services

For youth up to 15 years of age, please go to Windsor Regional Hospital Metropolitan Campus – Emergency Department – 1995 Lens Avenue.

For youth 16+ years of age, please go to Windsor Regional Hospital Ouellette Campus – Emergency Department – 1030 Ouellette Avenue.

In Leamington: For youth up to 18 years, please go to Erie Shores Healthcare – 194 Talbot Street West

For Adults – As of February 22, 2021, services  at the Mental Health and Addictions Urgent Care Centre (MHAUCC) will relocate to HDGH’s Crisis and Mental Wellness Centre (TSC) at 744 Ouellette Avenue. Hours – Monday to Friday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm.

.

 

Please see the Information and Events Section below for “How To Talk To Your Anxious Child About COVID-19” and other resources.

.

Back to School Video outlining COVID-19 Hazards from the GECDSB

Please find links to The New School Year at the GECDSB video, starring “Hazards” and created by the award-winning KCI Media Arts team.

English version: https://youtu.be/_oJVU9cVyN0

French version: https://youtu.be/PVINRfNFu1Q

Arabic version: https://youtu.be/JMf9p1xNnc8

Low-German version: https://youtu.be/nYC6RR2Pd0Y

Maryvale E-News

Click here to view our latest E-Newsletter.

To subscribe to the e-newsletter for direct email inbox delivery, email mailinglist@maryvale.ca

Welcome to Maryvale

At Maryvale, we help young people and their families who, for a variety of reasons, are in serious emotional or psychological distress and are not doing well emotionally and mentally in their thinking about themselves and others. They may be highly anxious, depressed, suicidal, feeling worthless and hopeless, or they have lost their willingness to care about others. They may be dealing with debilitating learning disabilities.

Some students attend Maryvale during the day for school while others come for after school programs. Others attend for counselling only to sort out some areas of distress they are facing.

Who We Are

Maryvale is a Children’s Mental Health treatment centre where children and teens experiencing very serious emotional and psychological distress can receive therapy and assistance from a team of experts.

Our Mission

Maryvale improves the quality of life for youth and families experiencing mental health distress in Windsor/Essex and Chatham/Kent.

Our History

Maryvale began in 1929 when five sisters of the Roman Catholic Order of the Good Shepherd established a home in Windsor for young women and girls in social and spiritual need.

Services in French are available. Des services en français sont disponibles.

Bienvenue à Maryvale

À Maryvale, nous aidons les jeunes gens et leur famille qui, pour diverses raisons, traversent une période de détresse émotionnelle ou psychologique et de perturbation affective et mentale en ce qui concerne la perception qu’ils ont d’eux-mêmes et des autres. Ils peuvent être très anxieux, déprimés, suicidaires; se sentir inutiles et sans espoir ou avoir renoncé à toute forme d’empathie envers leur entourage. Ils peuvent être affectés de troubles d’apprentissage débilitants

Certains étudiants fréquentent l’école à Maryvale durant le jour alors que d’autres participent aux programmes parascolaires ou de week-end. D’autres assistent uniquement aux sessions de counseling dans le but de démêler certaines zones conflictuelles auxquelles ils sont confrontés.

Leamington Office

Walk In Clinic and Outpatient Services located at:
Office of the South Essex Community Council
Leamington Kinsmen Recreation Complex (formerly known as the Sherk Centre)

249 Sherk Street, Leamington, Ontario
Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19

Belle River Office

Outpatient by appointment only services are located at:
Atlas Tube Centre
447 Renaud Line Road, Belle River, Ontario
Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19

Essex Office

Outpatient by appointment only services are located at:
Essex Centre Sports Complex
60 Fairview Avenue W., Essex, Ontario
Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19

Please contact Maryvale at 519-258-0484 and ask for intake if you are interested in our Outpatient services in Leamington, Belle River and Essex.

Information and Events