What is the role of the children’s program?
Provide assessment, consultation and treatment services to young people aged 0 to 13 years (inclusive), French-speaking and English-speaking in the Outaouais region who require expertise and / or specialized psychiatric follow-up.
Work in collaboration with the family, the school, organizations and community partners to support the care of the child in difficulty.
Who is the program for?
For children aged 0-13 in the Ottawa region who have severe psychiatric problems, social or individual maladjustments that go beyond the range of services generally available in the community for children.
To the parents of the children followed in the children’s program.
To stakeholders, resources and institutions in the community working with children.
What can the program offer?
A multidisciplinary team of specialists:
- child psychiatrists
- nursing staff
- social workers
- Occupational therapists
- external consultation and monitoring
- psychiatric treatment in schools
- speech therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, social work
- various evaluations
- individual, family and group therapy
- 24-hour hospitalization program
- partial hospitalization program at day center or evening center
- training and research
- consultation service and support to the community
- family, social or school reintegration following treatment
What is the admission process?
All requests must be sent to the territorial mental health teams of the Outaouais Health and Social Services Centers (CSSS-CLSC). It is in fact the gateway to child psychiatry services offered by the CHPJ’s children’s program.
Hospitalization 24 hours – day / evening hospitalization
- Diagnosis and multidisciplinary treatment, individual, family, group, environment, pharmacotherapy
- Training groups, expertise, environment therapy and social skills and anxiety behavior management
- School, social and family reintegration
- School enrollment offered by the Commission scolaire des Portages de l’Outaouais
The Pierre-Janet Hospital Center recognizes the right of all users to express their appreciation of the services they have received without fear of reprisal. In the event that you are dissatisfied with the services received, we suggest that you first join the program managers.
In accordance with the provisions of Bill 120, a reception and review mechanism will ensure fair and expeditious treatment of potential complaints.
Any information relating to the filing of a complaint can be obtained at the following telephone number: 819 771-9502 or 1 877 771-9502.
The loan of two child psychiatry educators to the Draveurs School Board allows children to receive school services adapted to their needs and in continuity with their treatment. These educators provide the link between the School Board and the CHPJ, they intervene in the class of rehabilitation at the primary level and in the classes of adapted training and rehabilitation at the secondary level. They offer clinical support to the stakeholders of the School Board. They also have a liaison role in the various organizations working with their clients.
Where is the children’s program?
At the Youth Pavilion, at the back of the main building, at 20, rue Pharand in Gatineau.
from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday
5 days / week, 24 hours / day
via Emergency Room of General Care Hospitals