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Addictions and Mental Health Services Hastings Prince Edward

Site: Belleville - Bridge St

Service: Court Diversion & Court Support Program

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Alternate Name CV19 ; VIQ
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Belleville
Address & Map
Ontario Court of Justice
15 Bridge St W
Belleville, ON K8P 0C7
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Intersection Bridge St W and Coleman St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Extra Transportation no
Description and Services
Description (Service) CV19 Office partially re-opened--call office for update or In-take helpline for referrals * Group activities postponed until further notice  
Co-operative venture between the Criminal Justice System and the Mental Health System * Program provides direct service to individuals who have a mental illness and who have been charged with a minor offence * Voluntary participation * Recommended by the Crown Attorney * assist individuals appropriate for diversion to access and utilize mental health and other supports and services * assist the judicial system to identify and divert adults with mental illness * provide consultation services to all persons/families with special needs appearing before the courts, regardless of the nature of the charges * provide short-term support or facilitate the transfer to more enhanced/intensive services or to a longer-term Mental Health Counsellor  
Court Diversion Enhancement Program provides transitional community-based services and direct service to individuals who are on a Court Diversion Plan or, at a minimum, have had involvement with the Court Diversion Program * Services include at minimum: assessment and planning, supportive counselling, service co-ordination, monitoring/evaluation, systems advocacy, and transportation and support at court appearances * Transitional service is intended to be time-limited (up to four consecutive months) after which the client may be transferred to a Mental Health Counsellor for case management. This program also includes an affordable housing component
Hours Mon-Fri 8 am- 4 pm
Areas Served Hastings County ; Prince Edward County
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
Min 16 years old * be diagnosed with a serious mental illness & been charged with a minor offence
Application referral through courts
Languages English
Fees None
Service Categories Crime Victim Accompaniment Services ; Jail Diversion Programs for Mentally Ill Offenders
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-968-1111
Crisis Phone 613-969-7400 ext 2753
Fax 613-968-9555
Primary Executive Gary Laws, Chief Executive Officer
Other Details
Funding Provincial

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