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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.

Services include:

Centralized Intake Service
Mental Health Centralized Intake 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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Centralized Intake - Youth Addictions
Youth Addictions 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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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Service (ADHD)
ADHD provides consultation, assessment and treatment to children and youth who along with a diagnosis of ADHD may have other complicating diagnoses. At times, the ADHD Service may accept referrals for an initial diagnosis.

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Community Child & Adolescent Treatment Service (CCATS)
CCATS provides community based treatment to children 3–18 years of age. Service may include individual, group, play or family therapy. Systems consultation and intervention, and psychiatric assessment and consultation are provided.

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Early Childhood Service (ECC)
ECC provides Assessment and treatment recommendations for families of children ages 18 months to 5 years.

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Intensive Treatment Service (ITS)
The Intensive Treatment Service provides intensive treatment interventions with inpatient, and follow-up services for adolescents and their families from Manitoba and the North.

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Intensive Community Reintegration Service (ICRS)
Intensive Community Re-Integration Service (I.C.R.S.), offers comprehensive treatment and educational supports to children in early and middle adolescence who have complex mental health concerns that require support beyond that of traditional outpatient services.

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Neurodevelopmental Service (NDS)
Neurodevelopmental Service provides psychiatric support for children ages 6–18 years of age with complex neurodevelopmental issues. This service also provides assessment, education, consultation and support to families and community caregivers who are involved with school-aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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Rural and Northern Telehealth Service (RNTS)
RNTS provides mental health support via telehealth to targeted First Nations communities. Services include assessment, treatment and access to psychiatry.

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Student Mental Health Resource Team (SMHRT)
SMHRT, comprised of a multi-disciplinary team, addresses mental health/behavioural issues of children within the Winnipeg school system. The team participates in classroom observation, school/parent consultation, and facilitates psychiatric assessments and other service interventions as identified.

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Tourette Syndrome Service (TSS)
The Tourette Syndrome Service provides consultation, assessment and treatment to children and adolescents who are experiencing symptoms of Tourette syndrome in conjunction with associated disorders.

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Youth Forensic Service (YFS)
YFS provides mental health assessments and treatment to adolescents involved with youth criminal justice. Staff also provides mental health services at Agassiz Youth Centre (AYC) and Probation Services.

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Additional Services
Additional services provided by MATC include consultation and/or assessment to other organizations and to other Regional Health Authorities.

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