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Mental Health (adult)

Every CLSC has a team dedicated to individuals with a mental health problem. We provide assessment, counselling and treatment services.   

 

To access our services, you must:

-  Ask your family doctor or health care and social services professional (for example: community organization) for a referral.

or 

- Go to the Psychosocial Intake Department, located in every CLSC. To speed up the process in the Intake Department, make an appointment.

 

CLSC de Pierrefonds: 514-626-2572, extension 3956

CLSC du Lac-Saint-Louis: 514-697-4110, extension 1559

 

Opening hours:

CLSC de Pierrefonds: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m 

CLSC du Lac St-Louis: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

 

We also offer many services to individuals affected by intellectual disabilities and pervasive development disorders and their families. When specialized services are required, the HSSC healthcare providers will refer people to the Centre de réadaptation en déficience intellectuelle et troubles envahissants du développement (CRDI-TED). Community services may also be available.  

 

Mental health illness and children

 

Documentation 

 

Resources

 

Psychiatric Services

Various psychiatric services, described, below, are offered at the West Island HSSC.  

 

Please note that all persons must go through the One-Stop Access, with a referral from a family doctor. 

 

Intensive Follow-up in the Community

Intensive Follow-up is for people with severe mental disorder whose condition is unstable and fragile. The follow-up is very structured and the objective is to maintain the patient in the community. This service is intended for people who need treatment, rehabilitation and support. 

 

Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic  

The Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic provides psychiatric assessments and consultations. It also provides treatment for the most complex cases.   

 

Variable Support 

Variable Support is for people with severe mental disorders whose degree of mental disorder is generally not as severe as people requiring intensive follow-ups, but which does not exclude periods of great fragility. The clientele served has rehabilitation and support needs. 

 

Hospitalization 

There are 31 beds at the Lakeshore General Hospital to meet the hospitalization needs of adults whose health condition requires treatment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  

 

For information: 514-626-2572, extension 3939