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Mental Health Services for Children, Youth & Families

MATC provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience psychiatric and/or emotional disorders.

A full continuum of programs and services, both community and hospital based, are available to children, adolescents and their families. Services range from brief interventions to intensive long-term treatment.

Treatment is provided from a variety of perspectives and is delivered in partnership with parents and collateral agencies.

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Child & Adolescent Mental Health Centralized Intake

Centralized Intake for Child & Adolescent Mental Health provides a single point of entry for all services in the WRHA Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program.

This service enables clients and families to access the appropriate programs and services based on the individual needs of the client and their family.

Referrals for services can be made by families, caregivers, self-referrals, physicians, mental health professionals and other service providers.

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Youth Addictions Centralized Intake Service

Youth Addictions Centralized Intake is a Provincial service that offers information and support to parents regarding the Youth Drug Stabilization (Support for Parents) Act.

It serves to provide information to youth, their families and allied professionals regarding addiction services for youth in Manitoba.

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What's New




Jordan’s Principle is an initiative that addresses the needs of all First Nation Children and youth and helps to ensure that: 


MATC is pleased to announce the expansion of its Rural and Northern Telehealth Service to include service provision to all First Nation reserve communities under the Jordan’s Principle.  Services are targeted to children and youth ages 0 to 21 years.

Teen Clinic Mental Health Toolkit

Healthy Child Manitoba has developed this toolkit to provide relevant, stakeholder-driven, accessible
resources for first-contact providers working with youth who have common mental health concerns.

13 Reasons Why

The Canadian Mental Health Association joins with the Centre for Suicide Prevention in raising concerns about content in 13 Reasons Why, a recent Netflix series that depicts the suicide of a young woman and its aftermath. Read the statement here

13 Reasons Why Talking Points - here


Visit our Career and Educational Opportunities Page for details on upcoming conferences

About ADHD Day 2017 Poster

All About ADHD Powerpoint

Introduction to Sensory Regulation Seminars click here for information and dates