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Comprehensive and Intervention Services

These integrated clinical services apply a trauma-informed framework to consultations regarding suspected child maltreatment, the impact of verified maltreatment on children and youth, and assessments of parenting capacity. Comprehensive assessments will often require multiple interviews/appointments. Typically, two members of the team will be involved in each session. On some occasions, permission may be requested to allow other team members to observe the appointment through the use of a two-way mirror. We do not audio or video record our sessions and do not allow audio recording of any session.

This program also offers intervention services to maltreated children/youth and their caregivers. The team provides psycho-education and teaching to patients, caregivers and community partners.

The report generated after an assessment is part of the child’s health record and is sent to the referral source. It is not directed to parents, lawyers or others from whom consent for distribution was not obtained.

For more information, visit the Child Advocacy and Assessment Program page for patients and families.

Patients/Conditions To Refer

CAAP provides services to children, youth and their caregivers (parents, kin, foster care providers, etc.) who have been exposed to any form of child maltreatment (sexual, physical, emotional abuse, neglect and intimate partner violence). Additionally, CAAP provides consultation to community partners/services working with children and youth.

Referral & Contact Information

Referrals

Phone: 905-521-2100 ext. 73268

Fax: 905-522-7982

Referrant to contact CAAP ext. 73268 and provide demographic information and reason for referral individuals referred, and understanding of other service providers involved.

Assessment Options

  • In-person visits
  • Virtual consultations