We are currently recruiting Volunteer Parent Advisors who:
- Are parents of a child or youth currently using any Pathstone services or who have recently been discharged (within the past year)
- Are interested in providing input and recommendations from the family perspective
- Can help to ensure that our services, materials, and initiatives are family-centred and reflect the needs and preferences of families
- Are interested in advocating more support for Children’s Mental Health through the #KidsCantWait campaign
For more information please contact Linda at [email protected] or 905-688-6850 ext 148
Join us on November 14th at 7:00pm with guest speaker Chris Vollum. Learn more about Social media platforms, how your children are using them, and how you as parents and caregivers can be confidently engaged in social media as well.
Join us November 5 for the Strides to Wellness walk , run, roll to support children's mental health in Niagara!
To learn more about this great event, check out the flyer and the Strides to Wellness website to register as a participant, or volunteer
Thank you to the hundreds of people who walked through the doors and joined us to celebrate Pathstone's new home of Children's Mental Health. We are thrilled you were able to join us for the official Grand Opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the Branscombe Mental Health Centre on Friday June 16, 2017. This state of the art facility can be seen as a symbol of hope for children, youth and families dealing with mental health issues, and a grateful tribute to all those who made it possible.
Thank you to our local media partners for your support and news coverage:
To view more photos please visit our Facebook photo album: http://bit.ly/2sLBgPX
Join us to celebrate 10 years success of The Arson Prevention Program for Children that we run in partnership with Fire Prevention officers across Niagara.
For more information about this program visit: https://www.pathstonementalhealth.ca/services/high-risk-services
Exciting to see so many of our favourite landmarks across the Niagara Region shining green in support of Childrens' Mental Health Awareness Week. The colour green is used to help raise public awareness and show support to children, youth and families dealing with mental health issues. Green signifies new life, new growth and new beginnings.
Pathstone responds to the Netflix series '13 Reasons Why' with a statement and an interview in the local newspaper.
Pathstone CEO, Shaun Baylis was quoted in the Niagara this Week article in response to questions surrounding the Netflix series. Baylis stated "while it has led to discussion about bullying, sexual assault, victim blaming and other issues, it hasn't necessarily been done in the healthiest way." He added, "young people are already watching the show, and parents, should watch it with them or at least open a dialogue, asking if they've ever had feelings of anxiety"
Click on statement below to read more :
May 1-7, 2017 is Children's Mental Health Awareness Week!
This week is about increasing awareness of the signs of child and youth mental health problems, decreasing stigma, understanding that help is available and "Treatment Works".
Keep an eye out for landmarks across the Niagara Region that will shine green to raise awareness of this week (Niagara Falls, Peace Bridge, Skylon Tower, Welland Bridge, Pelham arches)
Why green? Today we use green to signify new life, new growth and new beginnings.
Wear green coloured clothing or a green ribbon to help raise public awareness and show support to children, youth and families dealing with mental health issues.