Day Treatment Services

The George Hull Centre Day Treatment programs offer education and therapeutic interventions in a small classroom setting.

Day Treatment Program

The Day Treatment Program offers academic and therapeutic programming to 40 children and youth in 5 classrooms. Two of these classrooms are for students in grades 6-8, and are located at Dixon Grove Junior Intermediate School, and three of the classrooms are for students in grades 9-12 and are located at Western Technical Commercial School.

The youth who attend the George Hull Centre Day Treatment Program are clients of Libby's Place residential program, the Intensive In-Home Service, or the Community Clinic.

The youth who participate in the Day Treatment Program have countless strengths and unlimited potential, and live with moderate to severe mental health challenges. Many of the students have learning difficulties as well. All of our students benefit from the small class sizes (only up to 8 students per class), and the individualized academic and therapeutic environment at the program. In addition, all of our students and their families participate in regular family therapy, which represents an integral part of the treatment experience. Typically, our students are enrolled in the Day Treatment Program for one school year.

 

“I like the fact that in this program nobody judges you, like all the teachers and staff understand your situation and are there to help you succeed.” ~ Client

“In my opinion, being able to get close to the teachers on an emotional level helps greatly… This program helps students learn about the true person they are and helps students grow and succeed in their future education and career.” ~ Client