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SJHH / Health Services/ Mental Health & Addiction Services

Mental Health & Addiction Services

COVID-19 Update

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is beginning to reintroduce surgical and outpatient services slowly using a gradual, phased approach.  Some individuals, based on the severity of their condition and care needs, are being scheduled for procedures and treatments.

If you are a patient, your care team will contact you with more information when you are rebooked or booked for your treatment.

If you have concerns, please call your family physician. If there is an emergency, please call 911 and go the hospital immediately. If you have an urgent issue, please go to an urgent care centre. If this is a mental health emergency, call 9-1-1, the Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST) at 905.972.8338 or online at coasthamilton.ca; go to your nearest hospital Emergency Department. St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton has Emergency Psychiatry Services at 50 Charlton Avenue East, Hamilton.

We are doing our best to serve all patients as quickly as possible, while ensuring the safety of our staff, patients and community. Thank you for your continued patience.

Click here for more information about your appointment and the reintroduction of services.

What this program does...

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) is the regional leader in the provision of psychiatric care and research, innovating programs to help radically reduce the disability and stigma associated with mental illness and addiction. Specifically, St. Joseph’s is a leader in the areas of early intervention, outreach services, rehabilitation, recovery and integration into the community.

How this program helps...

As a healing place for the mind and body, the West 5th Campus integrates mental health and medical services along with teaching and research facilities, expanded outpatient services for psychiatry, diagnostic imaging and medical services for patients across the South Central Ontario region.

While it is common for persons with mental illness and addiction to experience stigma and barriers to social integration, St. Joseph’s is deeply committed to working with our community partners in mental healthcare to eradicate stigma and promote the fullest recovery for every individual.

Please follow the links on the menu to the left to learn more about each of the specific clinics and services offered as part of the extensive range of mental health and addiction programs at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.