Mission and Goals
Life has a way of presenting challenges. Sometimes they are too big to handle on our own, especially if you are a young child or adolescent, or the parent of one. That’s where The George Hull Centre comes in. The George Hull Centre for Children and Families is an accredited children’s mental health centre serving children and youth from birth to age eighteen and their families. By working together with families and by providing the best possible treatment, we can make a difference, whether it is helping children and youth, strengthening families, or building a better community.
Through clinical excellence and a continuum of mental health services, our mission is to reduce suffering, provide hope and enhance the quality of life of children, youth and families.
How Your Contribution Helps
One in five Ontarians under the age of 17 has a mental health issue causing significant distress and impairing their functioning at home, at school, or in the community. The George Hull Centre brings hope and healing to children, youth and families who are struggling with a mental health issue. Your contribution helps support the programs and services of the Centre so that children, youth and families can get back on track, start living life fully and reach their potential.
“There were many times when I felt that the George Hull Centre was a lifeline for my family and I will always be grateful for all of the help and support we received.” - George Hull Centre client parent.
“The George Hull Centre’s mission is to support children and their families to become strong and healthy. There is no greater service that an organization can provide to our community today.” - The Honourable Margaret Norrie McCain.
“The George Hull Centre provides an essential front line service to families in crisis, a helping hand to adolescents in turmoil and a place where parents can learn coping strategies. These counselling services are unequalled elsewhere.” - George Hull Centre client parent.