Hotel Dieu Hospital

Site: Kingston - 166 Brock St

Service: Heads Up

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Record #: KGN1335 Last Full Update: 28 Jan 2015
Contact Information
Office Phone613-544-3400 ext 2550
Toll Free Phone1-866-485-2728
Primary ContactJane Dumbleton, Program Secretary; Email:
Alternate ContactJennifer Jackson, Case Manager; Phone: 613-544-3400 ext 2528; Email:
Primary ExecutiveMichelle Matthews, Program Manager
Address & Map
166 Brock St, Centenary 5
Kingston, ON K7L 5G2
Google Map
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service)Regional program provides early psychosis intervention through assessment, treatment and psychoeducation for individuals and their families who are experiencing a first episode of pyschosis
HoursMon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Areas ServedEastern Ontario - Southeastern Ontario
BoundariesCounties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington * Hastings and Prince Edward Counties
EligibilityAges: 14 year(s) - 35 year(s) 
The priority population is comprised of individuals between the ages of 14 and 35 who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis, or who have not received previous treatment for psychosis 
Young people may experience some of these symptoms: suspicion of others * problems sleeping * feeling depressed or low, quiet or withdrawn * feeling tense, afraid, anxious or puzzled about strange experiences * 3 out of 100 young people experience these symptoms
ApplicationTelephone referral accepted * self and family referrals welcome as well as from family physicians and other community/mental health care providers * referrals from family physicians or community/mental health care providers can be faxed
LanguagesEnglish ; French
FeesNone - Fees covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)
Bus Route NotesKingston Transit Trip Planner
Other Details
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Legal Status(50) Non Profit
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Date Updated28 Jan 2015
Service CategoriesEarly Intervention for Mental Illness