Seniors Mental Health Outreach Program

Type of Service

Counselling and Treatment

Program Description

The Seniors Mental Health Outreach Program serves anyone 60 years of age or over who is experiencing depression/ anxiety, memory deterioration or confusion, overwhelming fear of harm, feelings of social isolation, alcohol or drug misuse, or caregiver stress. The program serves the aging population and caregivers by assisting individuals with mental health disorders of recent onset complicated by age-related illness or functional needs. It also serves persons with serious mental illness requiring complex care, or those with behavioural difficulties associated with dementia. A comprehensive geriatric assessment, including a focused mental health and psycho-social assessment, is completed. We assess emotional, behavioural, functional, social and physical health, and follow up with a variety of treatment approaches to resolve problems. The program also provides referral, consultation and advocacy with other organizations.

Program Restricted To

Older Adults

Access Information

Clients may self-refer by phone or in person, and referrals are also accepted from other health care providers or families, with the consent of the person being referred. Outreach to other communities may be available dependent on the program. Services are provided at the individual's residence, wherever that may be.

User Costs

Program Cost No
Additional Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 705-869-1564

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 60 and up
Catchment Counties: (Manitoulin; Sudbury)
Wheelchair Access Yes


Policy Allowed
Note Request no smoking during home visits.




Main Hours

Monday 0830-1600
Tuesday 0830-1600
Wednesday 0830-1600
Thursday 0830-1600
Friday 0830-1600