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Centre Psychosocial

Former Name Centre Psychosocial pour enfants et familles d'Ottawa (2008)
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Ottawa
Address & Map
150 Montreal Rd E, Suite 300
Ottawa, ON K1L 8H2
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Intersection Vanier Pkwy and Montreal Rd
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Elevator
Parking Free parking
Description and Services
Description (Service) Mental health and psychosocial services for francophone communities * expertise in dealing with cultural communities and newcomers. Services are provided by a multidisciplinary team. * Provides an intervention service which aims to restore, promote and preserve family harmony. Interventions are varied, such as intervention tools * parenting skills (individual / group) * routine and discipline * functional behavior analysis * behavior management programs, including an anger management program for youth called Mieux gérer ma colère et ma frustration * modeling * support for social integration * social skills (individual / group) * anger management * information and referral 
Clinical services include: individual therapy * family therapy * therapy focused on trauma * sexual abuse therapy * parental counselling * group therapy * home programs * psychological assessment * referral to the Crisis Line * early identification etc. 
Operates day treatment centers: 
* For children unable to function in a regular educational milieu. A team of professional offers therapeutic interventions that are both individualized and family-oriented. The work focuses on the development of secure relationships, emotional behavior and appropriate skills conductve to learning. 
* The "Jeunes Parents" program welcomes girls who are pregnant or young mothers wishing to complete their secondary education. The program offers daycare services and therapeutic support, and also offers the opportunity to participate in activities and workshops to promote mother-child attachment. 
Early Childhood Centres:  
* Centre "Image": offers a specialized program for children with Autism by a multidisciplinary team 
* Center "les Petits Frimousses": clinical support is provided to children and families in need
Hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm * Image Educational Centre Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm * Les Petites Frimousses Educational Centre Mon-Fri 7:30 am-5:30 pm
Areas Served Ottawa (City of)
Eligibility Ages: 25 year(s) and under 
* Clinical services: children and youth 18 years and under who display mental and psychological problems of any kind 
* Day Centre: children 4-12 years old who are incapable of functioning in a regular educational milieu 
* Autism Services: children 6 years and under 
* Centre "Les Petites Frimousses: children 30 months and under 
* Young Parents Program: young pregnant women and mothers 14-25 years old 
* "Mieux gérer ma colère et ma frustration" : children 6-12 years old suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Application Parents, youth, physicians, schools and agencies that deal with that specific clientele can refer them by calling the office.
Languages French - Designated Agency under the French Language Services Act
Fees None
Service Categories Adolescent/Youth Counselling ; Anger Management ~ Children and Youth with Emotional Disturbance ; Autism Therapy ~ Autism Spectrum Disorder ~ Francophone Community ; Child Guidance ~ Francophone Community ; Community Mental Health Agencies ~ Children and Youth with Emotional Disturbance ~ Francophone Community ; Community Mental Health Agencies ~ Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities ~ Francophone Community ~ Children and Youth With Disabilities ; Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays ~ High Risk Infants/Children ~ Francophone Community ; Family Counselling ~ Francophone Community ; General Counselling Services ~ Francophone Community ; General Crisis Intervention Hotlines ~ Francophone Community ; Parent Counselling ~ Francophone Community ; Play Therapy ~ Francophone Community ~ Children and Youth With Disabilities
Waiting List Short waiting period for certain programs
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-789-2240 ext 0
Crisis Phone 613-260-2360 * toll free 1-877-377-7775
Fax 613-789-2236
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Primary Contact Josée Champagne, Coordinator of Clinical/Mental Health Services; Phone: 613-789-2240 ext 235; Email:
Primary Executive Mylène Kosseim, Executive Director; Phone: 613-789-2240 ext 215; Email:
Alternate Executive Guy Bouchard, Deputy General Director, Director of Clinical Services; Phone: 613-789-2240 ext 232; Email:
Other Details
Established 1983
Funding City / Town ; Provincial - Ministry of Children and Youth Services ; Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 106902281 RR0001 ; United Way
Elections The Board of Directors is elected.
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