Mark Hill is a Registered Psychotherapist who uses a strength-based approach and techniques from Solution-Focused, Narrative, Cognitive Behavioural (CBT) and mindfulness. He is a provider for Employee Assistance Program’s (EAP’s), Victim Services, Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit (NIHB) and the Shalem Mental Health Network. Services Offered: Child, Youth & Family Therapy with specialized knowledge related to domestic violence and other forms of complex trauma Solution-Focused counselling for individuals, couples and families Stress, Anxiety & Anger management Parenting support Mobile Service by request for clients in Prince Edward County and surrounds Groups and Courses upon availability and need Services are by appointment only. Please call/text or email to enquire.
10 McFarland Court, at The Hub Child and Family Centre, Picton ON
Monday to Friday 9am-4pm Non-profit charitable organization that offers various information related to respiratory health including asthma, quitting smoking, health education in schools, etc.
199 Front St., Suite 107 Belleville Ontario
Monday to Friday 9am-4pm Wednesday in Picton 9am-4pm Provides immediate support, information, and options for both male and female victims of sexual assault (ages 16 & up). Also provides ongoing individual and group counselling at the centre. An appointment is needed to receive individual counselling.
Monies raised by the Foundation are used for the enhancement and betterment of health care for inpatients and outpatients at Prince Edward County Memorial as well as the other three Quinte Health Care (QHC) sites. Donations received by the Foundation are used to invest in priority medical equipment and building improvements.
403 Main St. E. Picton Ontario
Programs/Services: Offers telephone and/or group support for women suffering from post partum depression A Canadian Mental Health Association program
Programs/Services: Therapeutic Sessions: All ages. Beginners a specialty Indoor Arena & Outside Sand Ring
Mental Health Support Network is a Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care funded agency which provides support and services within to individuals who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness or who have experienced difficulties with mental illness. The Picton centre is currently open every other Wednesday but plans are being made to expand this schedule.
7 Paul St. (Rear) Picton Ontario
43 Main St. Picton Ontario
Hospice Prince Edward is a not for profit agency which provides grief, bereavement support and palliative care to people with terminal illness and their families from birth to grave. Hospice also provides grief and loss counselling, one-on-one counselling or in a support group setting. All programs and services are free.
997 Danforth Rd., Hillier, Ontario
Provides case management and mental health couselling services to adults with a serious mental illness. The service is voluntary, at no cost to the client, community-based and tailored to meet individual need.
Provides community-based mental health counselling services to children and families that are responsive, flexible, and client-focused, and include specialized and residential treatment.
124 Main St. Picton Ontario
Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Non-profit agency that strives to enhance the mental wellness and quality of life of people in our diverse community.
530-199 Front St. Belleville Ontario
90 King St. Picton Ontario
Monday to Thursday 8:15am-6pm Friday 8:15am-4pm Utilizes the latest, well-researched methodologies to provide comprehensive alcohol/drug or problematic gambling assessment, tailored treatment planning, and outreach treatment.
43 Main St. - Picton Belleville Ontario