Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services has been strengthening lives and inspiring hope since 1960. We go above and beyond to support children, youth, and adults facing mental health challenges and/or living with autism and hold them and their families at the centre of all we do.
We treat everyone with dignity and respect and we embrace diversity. This is reflected in how everyone feels welcomed and listened to at Woodview. We work hard to remove barriers so that everyone can engage in services and we encourage, support and invest in community partnerships to enhance our services.
We respond to community needs by providing high quality mental health and autism services that build on strengths and focus on skill-building, coping strategies, relationships, independence, and resilience.
Woodview’s Mental Health Programs
Our mental health programs include day treatment, school-based supports, intensive, early identification and intervention, counselling, respite, family support, and youth engagement. Learn more about our programs.
Woodview’s Autism Services
Our autism services include centre-based and family skill development, Woodview Learning Centre alternative school placement program, day programs for young adults with autism, residential and supported independent living programming for adults with autism. Learn more about our programs.
Last year, we provided services to more than 3,000 children, youth, adults, and their families. The results from our recent client satisfaction survey  show that 95% of parents would recommend Woodview and that 98% of youth responded that they felt respected at Woodview.
We continue to work towards our vision of an inclusive community where everyone has a voice and feels valued. Read what our clients have to say.
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How your gift will be used
Leaving a legacy gift for Woodview will support our mission to go above and beyond in providing high quality mental health and autism services and supports that inspires hope and strengthens lives.
Woodview’s youth engagement group created this poignant story about how you just never know who may be experiencing a mental health concern: