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Mental Health and Addictions Health Hub for Children and Youth

The overall goal of the Hub is to increase access to safe, efficient, effective, timely and equitable integrated mental health and addictions services for children, youth and families living in North Grenville.

Locally, our children, families and youth face similar barriers as others across the province. The system can be difficult to navigate and access to supports and services can be challenging. Hub partners recognize that no single organization or sector encompasses every part of the system of care and that our community can have the most impact when we work more intentionally together in cooperative, collaborative and integrative ways.

The new Walk-In Clinic and the Systems Navigator are two initiatives that the Collaborative Hub has recently introduced to increase access to local mental health and addiction services and provide support to families navigating the system.

  • Walk-In-Clinic
    For children and youth (0-18) and families looking to work towards a solution to a problem or concern. Clinic provides behavioural, emotional and/or other mental health concerns in a collaborative, strengths based way (Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville )

  • Systems Navigator
    A dedicated individual whose role is to provide a central point of contact for youth and families seeking mental health and addiction services/supports. The Navigator helps connect people to the right services and provides support to those who are “waiting for services” (Connect Youth).

Mental Health and Addictions Health Hub for Children and Youth in North Grenville Partners:
Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville, Connect Youth, Developmental Services of Leeds and Grenville, Employment and Education Centre Every Kid In Our Communities Family and Children’s Services Lanark Leeds and Grenville, Kemptville District Hospital, Lanark Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health, Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, Parents Lifeline of Eastern Ontario, Primary Care, RNJ Youth Services, United Counties Leeds and Grenville.

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  • Since 2018 the Foundation has purchased $1.9 million dollars worth of diagnostic, medical and surgical equipment for the Hospital.

    In 2020, the KDH Foundation has purchased the following equipment:

    • Ultrasound machine ($275,000) 
    • Cautery Machine ($90,000)
    • Scope cases ($60,000) 
    • Heart stress test ($30,000) 
    • Holter equipment ($20,000) 
  • Your donations make a real difference


    The Foundation has raised almost $12 million since 1979.


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    In 2023, the Foundation granted $475,000 to KDH to purchase medical equipment, which included $200,000 for the first down payment on the new CT scanner.