Dalton Associates is a proud sponsor of the 2020 OAMHP Conference.
Dalton Associates is a mental health services organization that provides specialized and quality assured, psychological, psychotherapy, social work, and behavioural health services that are culturally sensitive, safe, accessible, and timely throughout the province of Ontario.
Dalton Associates’ 200+ regulated mental health professionals (Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Social Workers, Behavioural Analysts, Nurses, etc.) have degrees at the Masters or PhD-level, and all are registered, in good standing, with a regulatory college. Our clinical team serves over 5,500 individuals, couples, families, and communities annually. Visit www.daltonassociates.ca to learn more about our services.
In September 2019, Dalton Associates opened a specialized clinic in Toronto for children and youth, called Launch Behavioural Health. The Launch clinic provides high quality evidence-based services that build skills for children and youth, including those with Autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities, to thrive at home, school, and in their community. Visit www.launchbehaviouralhealth.ca to learn more about these services.
In March 2020, Dalton Associates partnered with the Ontario Provincial Police Association (OPPA) and launched the Encompas Mental Health Wellness Program. The Encompas program is a one-stop, concierge approach to mental healthcare that provides eligible OPPA members and their families with timely access to confidential, effective and safe mental health support and services that are customized just for them. These services may include culturally safe counselling, assessment, residential and intensive outpatient treatment, and information and resource support. Visit www.encompascare.ca to learn more about the Encompas program.
In August 2020, Dalton Associates partnered with Keewaytinook Okimakanak eHealth Telemedicine Services (KOeTS) and the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) to develop and launch the Nishnawbe Aski Mental Health and Addictions Support Access Program (NAN HOPE). This program provides community-driven, culturally appropriate and timely mental health and addictions support to members of the 49 First Nations communities in the Nishnawbe Aski Nation in Northern Ontario. Visit www.nanhope.ca to learn more about the NAN HOPE program.