Providing your patients & clients with the appropriate level of care
We help the healing begin
Homewood is unique in its ability to support your patients, your clients and organizations from end to end with respect to the workplace mental health continuum. With our deep capacity to provide treatment, we are able offer a full range of intensive services for even the most complex cases.
The Homewood Difference
Homewood has built programs to support not only your client or patient, but also family members as they support their loved one going through a Homewood treatment program. Treatment plans are always tailored to the particular needs of each case. With a unique ability to help people on their path to mental and physical wellness through solution-focused and evidence-based treatment programs—we are providing your clients and patients with a breadth and depth of services to help them return to optimal mental health, as well as the support they need to identify their options and achieve better outcomes.
Inpatient & Residential Treatment
Mental health programs that require full-time admission to one of our facilities. These inpatient care options offer the highest level of treatment intensity, particularly when patients are facing complex mental health issues that involve multiple biomedical, psychological and/or workplace factors.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Treatment options include a full range of community-based services that can vary in frequency and intensity while addressing even serious mental health issues. Patients and clients access these services while maintaining their routines, yet still working to address significant barriers to good health and obstacles to returning to work.
Recovery Management Programs
When intensive treatments conclude, our priority is to sustain patient or client recovery by providing aftercare programs and resources. Our recovery management professionals evaluate results, provide support and act as information conduits in collaboration with their employer, healthcare professionals and clinical staff.
Family Support Programs
For family members who want to understand and contribute to the treatment and recovery process. Family program content is customized according to the loved one’s specific treatment, and also addresses the impact complex mental health challenges can have on affected families, loved ones and caregivers.
We are unique and unparalleled in our treatment ability
We are unique in our ability to provide a true continuity of service and care through our own facilities. We provide inpatient care to patients from all across Canada and we operate one of the country’s largest inpatient addictions treatment programs, the largest inpatient eating disorders program, and the only inpatient trauma program in Canada.
Addiction Medicine Service (AMS)
The AMS offers services for adults suffering from addictions with a number of specialized tracks including health care professionals and those with concurrent psychiatric disorders.
Assessment & Stabilization Unit (ASU)
The ASU provides comprehensive, independent psychiatric and functional assessments. These include assessments of individuals with more specific and complex mental health issues.
Comprehensive Psychiatric Care (CPC)
The CPC is a specific inpatient program aimed at minimizing symptoms related to chronic mental illness and helping individuals reach their maximum level of functioning.
Eating Disorders Program (ED)
One of the largest inpatient eating disorders programs in Canada, the ED program helps women and men aged 16 and older regain control over their lives.
Integrated Mood & Anxiety Program (IMAP)
Specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. Includes orientation, assessment and treatment.
Program for Traumatic Stress Recovery (PTSR)
The PTSR creates a sense of community, where trauma survivor helps trauma survivor through the healing process.
Programs for Older Adults (POA)
The POA interdisciplinary team offers assessment and individualized treatment, and recommendations for the management of care.
"When my daughter died my doctor said all I had to do was put one foot in front of the other to get through each day. Being at Homewood has taught me to walk again. Thank you to everyone."