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About The George Hull Centre

The George Hull Centre for Children and Families offers a full spectrum of child and youth mental health services to children from birth to age 18 and their families.

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The Centre, located in Etobicoke, is a non-profit charitable organization, governed by a local volunteer Board of Directors and accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation. There is no fee for service.

The Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services provides 88% of The George Hull Centre’s annual funding. The rest comes from a variety of sources, including individuals, foundations and the corporate sector.

Our staff come from many disciplines: psychiatry, psychology, social work, early childhood education, speech and language, child and youth work, and education. They work together on multidisciplined teams to provide assessment, treatment and consultation to the child, family and community.

The George Hull Centre for Children and Families has a formal affiliation with the University of Toronto and as such is a teaching centre for students in the disciplines of medicine, psychiatry, psychology, social work and speech & language. Students in child & youth work, early childhood education and nursing are accepted from many community colleges.

“The George Hull Centre’s mission is to support children and their families to become strong and healthy. There is no greater service that an organization can provide to our community today.”

~ The Honourable Margaret Norrie McCain

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