ROCK is the Lead Agency for the child and youth mental health sector in Halton. We are an accredited, multi-service organization providing services to children and youth from birth to 17 years of age and their families. ROCK aims to improve the lives and relationships of families with children who are having social, emotional, and behavioural concerns. At ROCK, we provide a number of services that fall across the continuum, from prevention to intensive intervention.
Eligibility and requirements for the CSP program include:
Child/Youth resides in Halton Region.
Child/Youth is between the ages of 0 and 18 -OR- 21 years old and younger and still enrolled in School.
Child/Youth is currently accessing 1 active Service or more (NOT including waiting lists, physicians, private psychologists/psychiatrists & Halton Support Services). Examples: ROCK, Woodview, HDSB/HCDSB, Erinoak Kids, Halton Children’s Aid Society and Halton Regional Police services.
The family has provided informed consent to submit this application and all associated information on their behalf and to move forward in registering them for service in the ROCK shared client data base.
The youth and caregiver have a clear understanding of Coordinated Service planning and their requirement of active participation in the coordination process.
The family is willing to communicate and share information and reports with all approved community supports/partners.
A Service Coordination meeting has occurred with the family and other providers and a clear identified goal of youth/caregiver is identified (action plan or notes from coordination meeting helpful but not required).
Access and Navigation will connect to set up a telephone appointment to complete a referral screener with referral source. This takes approximately 30 minutes. Screener information is used to score an assessment tool to establish the level of need of the client.
Access and Navigation will reconnect once eligibility is determined. Preference is to complete screeners with service providers if possible. Screener information is used to score an assessment tool to establish the level of need of the client.
ASN will reconnect once eligibility is determined. Please be advised that there could be a waiting time for Coordinated Service Planning. Once completed the referral will move forward to the CSP waitlist where the CSP expeditor will continue to review and touch base with referral source as needed.
To ensure that your client meets criteria for the program before making a referral, please consider calling Access and System Navigation (ASN) 289-266-0036 for more information.
The ASN team can be reached at 289-266-0036. This line is live-answered Monday to Friday from 9 – 5 p.m. Please contact the team with any questions you might have, and they will be happy to assist you.
Danielle's Place is an Eating Disorder Prevention Program housed at ROCK. We understand the uniqueness of every individual’s relationship with their body and places significant importance on ensuring accessible and effective prevention services for all.
To register for this group please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.