Campus based mental health programs are designed to assess and stabilize children and youth with serious emotional and behavioural problems. The main objective is to reunite families as soon as possible. Keeping families together is a priority for Wood’s Homes and we welcome family participation in all of our programs.
A customized, community-based, live-in program for children, youth and young adults (6-25) with complex service needs. Clients present extreme behaviours that outstrip the resources of non-customized placements and supports.
Exceptional Needs Under 12 (U12)
The Wheatland Program
Youth Community Support Program
The Youth Community Support Program (YCSP) is a cross-ministry initiative that provides a step-down service for youth and their families who are exiting acute inpatient mental health settings or formal treatment environments.
Community Psychiatric Unit
The Stabilization-Assessment program is a national, short term, live-in program that provides a 45-60 day assessment of young people engaged in high-risk behaviours and who require a period of stabilization in an intensive treatment setting.