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Executive Director, Sarah Cannon, joined CBC to discuss the lack of child psychiatry in Ontario and the effects on children, youth, and families accessing child and youth mental health care.  Do you have an experience you would like to share?  Join our conversation, and share your story.  You are not alone.  

To listen to the interview click here.

Blogger "City Mom" Tells Us Her Story of a Visit to the ER

Blogger "City Mom" recounts her experience when she needed to take her daughter to the ER, and how waiting for psychiatry has had an impact on her and her family.


2016-03-29 Kelly Connor

Emergency Room Visits - What have Emergency Room Visits Been Like for you?

My 'take away' from my experience as a parent of a child with mental health issues is that there have been no villains in my tale, but rather a system so needing its own rehabilitation it could not serve my child in the time and manner he so deserved.


2016-03-22 Ann Cape, PCMH York Region Member

One family's Experience - What has your experience been?

As a mother to a 7 year old with significant and complex mental health challenges, I have experienced difficulty first-hand while trying to access psychiatry services for our family. It is especially difficult for families who live in rural areas, such as


2016-03-22 Amber Dunphy

I am amazed at the people willing to share. Wish had this site when my daughter was lot younger … Member, Facebook