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Comprehensive and Intervention Services

Services utilize a trauma and violence informed framework and a multidisciplinary approach. Comprehensive assessment services provides consultation and assessment focused on whether a child has been exposed to maltreatment (sexual, physical, emotional abuse and neglect) and/or the extent to which a child may have been affected by exposure to maltreatment/trauma. These assessments determine the child’s present and anticipated future needs and provide recommendations for how these needs can be met most appropriately.

Intervention services are targeted to assist with the care and treatment of children/ youth and their families/caregivers exposed to child maltreatment and who are experiencing difficulties. Children/youth first undergo an assessment to guide interventions. Interventions may include: psycho-education, trauma-specific counseling, support/consultation.

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