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Frequently Asked Questions
Who can access services?
York Hills works with children, youth and their families from age 0 -18. The identified child or youth must live in York Region to be eligible for services.
How do I start?
You can start by calling our Intake Department at 905-503-9560. Our Intake Staff will answer your questions and talk to you about what services we offer. They will ask you some questions in an effort to understand your needs and help identify what the next steps should be.
We also offer a Walk-In Clinic, Mondays and Tuesdays at our Yonge Street location, for more information click here. You can access services by attending the Walk-In Clinic, they will support you in identifying next steps, if needed.
How much does it cost?
All of our child and youth mental health services are free of charge.