Community Mental Health Clinic
Alternate names: CAATS
Provides services to adults suffering from chronic and severe mental illness using the Chronic Disease Management Model. There is a continuum of services to improve the length and quality of a client's tenure in the community. Therapists provide services tailored to the needs of individual clients and make most of their contacts where clients live and spend their time. Clients are connected with their communities and are helped to make positive use of available resources to meet their housing, employment, health and leisure needs. Clients receive clinic services, including psychiatric consultation, assessment and medication support. The program also provides a diverse range of services including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Changeways Depression Group and Inner City Support.
The program areas within CAATS are:
- Short-term Treatment Program (formerly AATP) Provides short-term, goal-directed therapy for adults (18 to 64 years of age) who suffer from acute psychiatric or emotional disorders.
- Community Adult Support Team (encompassing Life Skills, Inner City Support, Independent Living Support, and Pastoral Support)
- Community Wellness and Recovery Program encompasses 3 levels of patient care
Adults,18 to 64 years of age, suffering from chronic and severe mental illness. For children's mental health services refer to the Children's Mental Health Intake Line.
Accessing the service - more information:
Walk ins are accepted but appointments are recommended.
Mental Health Therapist (Occupational Therapist, Nurse, Psychologist, Social Worker), Psychiatrist
Please visit the links below for more details about this service at various locations.
- 108 Street Building
3rd Floor; This location serves ADULTS ONLY.
9942 108 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J5; 780-342-7700