Pathstone Mental Health 905-688-6850
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Latest News

Thursday September 22, 2016

Please note our Family Empowerment Night event, which was to be held October 4th has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Friday September 9, 2016

Thank you to everyone who has been involved with helping us make this facility a reality

Thursday September 8, 2016

Pathstone is honoured to be receiving proceeds from this year's Smile Cookie Campaign from the Niagara Falls Tim Hortons locations!

Treat yourself or family & friends to some smile cookies and help support Kids Mental Health

Tuesday August 16, 2016

Shaun Baylis, Pathstone’s CEO said, “I am truly delighted that Pathstone has successfully received Canadian Centre of Accreditation approval.  This momentous accomplishment is truly a clear reflection of Pathstone Mental Health striving to be a centre of excellence through our extremely competent staff and our stalwart leadership from Pathstone Board of Directors.  Congratulations!”

Read more about our Accreditation as Niagara's only children's mental health agency in our press release. Click to open a PDF version:

Friday August 12, 2016

Review the most recent edition of our Foundation newsletter and catch up on our latest news!

Wednesday July 20, 2016
It needs to be easier for young people to transition from youth to adult mental health and addictions services and supports. Research demonstrates that efforts targeted at improving transitions can improve outcomes. “Aging out” of programs can and does lead to gaps in care. That is why the Boards of Directors for Canadian Mental Health Agency (CMHA) Niagara and Pathstone Mental Health are excited to announce that they are exploring potential partnership opportunities with one another in an effort to develop seamless and responsive services for the mental health needs of people of all ages across the region and their families.
Read more about it in our press release: 
Monday July 18, 2016

On June 28, 2016 our major donors were invited for a sneak peak and tour of the new "Branscombe Mental Health Centre" located on the corner of Fourth Avenue and 3rd Street Louth in St. Catharines.  

Check out the video for a sneak peek about how our new state of the art facility will help us to expand and enhance desperately needed mental health treatment for more children, youth and families of Niagara. 

Thank you to the community of Niagara for your generous donations and helping to make this a reality!

Tuesday June 14, 2016

On Friday, June 10 almost 700 people came together in the Ballroom of the Fallsview Casino to celebrate the presentation of the Hope Award to Dr. Hilda Makken.  Guest speaker Margaret Trudeau shared her honest and insightful story of her struggles with bipolar disorder. 

Many thanks to our major sponsors RBC, Fallsview Casino and Bertie Printers for their financial support.

Monday June 6, 2016

Join us in welcoming Shaun Baylis as the new CEO of Pathstone Mental Health.

Shaun has been been an integral part of Niagara's community based child and youth mental health transformation- "Moving on Mental Health", and comes to Pathstone from the Niagara Health System as the Manager of Mental Health & Addictions Services.

His fundamental belief in fully engaging staff in decision making through a collaborative approach helps to create an effective organization. He has extensive clinical experiences and embraces innovative practices that lead to imprrovements for children and families. He has a proven track record of guiding organizations to become highly engaged. Shaun prioritizes working collaboratively and cooperatively with community partners.

Shaun Baylis said, "Children's mental health is a critical issue, not only to families but to our entire community. Joining Pathstone's team of caring professionals is an incredible opportunity I am honoured to accept. Inspiring, empowering and motivating our team during this time of transformation is definitely something that makes me excited about the future."                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              


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