In an effort to respond to the mental health and addiction needs of our community especially given the anxiety, fear and uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare (HDGH) with partner the Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch (CMHA-WECB) have opened the Mental Health and Addictions Urgent Care Centre (MHAUCC).
The MHAUCC is a central access point for adults or youth aged 16 years or older who cannot safely wait for community mental health and addiction support. The service is intended for those experiencing a mental health or addictions crisis or who are having an acute and serious need who are at risk of worsening mental health condition that may require hospitalization.
- Brief Psychotherapy and Psychosocial Support
- Urgent Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation
- Medical Assessment and Monitoring
- Connection to community-based services
- Addiction Management Services
Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch
1400 Windsor Ave., Windsor, ON N8X 3L9
519-257-5111 ext. TBD
Parking and Transportation
Complimentary parking is available across the street or to the north of the building.
Monday 11:30am – 7:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday 11:30am – 7:30pm
Thursday 11:30am – 7:30pm
Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
24/7 Community Crisis Services are available by calling 519.973.4435
Self-referral, physician and healthcare provider referrals accepted.
Walk-in during hours of operation.
- If you are aged 16 years are older and your mental health or addiction related concern IS NOT urgent the TSC, Crisis and Mental Wellness Centre at 744 Ouellette Avenue provides a wide range of support for those affected by mental health and addiction related concerns.
- 24/7 Community Crisis Services are available by calling 519.973.4435.
- The Regional Children’s Centre Counselling Clinic is available by phone 519.257.KIDS for individuals under the age of 16.
A person SHOULD GO TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT if experiencing:
- Acutely suicidal thoughts or self-harming behaviour
- Substance related Intoxication
- Acute Psychosis
- Possible medical issues
- Sever alcohol dependency
- Aggressive or violent behaviour with risk to others