December 8/2020 – Doctors Samson and Marion-Bellemare update city council on new hospital efforts to address the opioid crisis.
The Emergency Department at the Timmins and District Hospital (TADH) is designed to care for patients requiring immediate medical attention. Our team of specially trained doctors, nurses and support staff work together to ensure quality care is provided to all of our patients.
Our top priority is ensuring the safety of all of our patients, visitors, staff and physicians at the TADH. Our Emergency Department remains open 24/7 with additional precautions in place. We are here for you when you need us.
Outpatient Mental Health Program; Crisis Team; Overcoming Anxiety, Panic and Phobia; Transitional Care Program; Eating Disorders Program; and Community Treatment Order (CTO) Program. To read more about these services, see below.
The TADH provides operates currently operates a 20-bed Mental Health Unit and a 4-bed Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program. In addition, the TADH operates a wide range of in-patient and out-patient services designed to provide the highest quality of care for those requiring mental health supports.
Outpatient Mental Health Program which provides brief therapy and educational programs to clients coping with mental illness. Our nurses and social workers work with individuals to set goals for therapy and utilize a variety of interventions to help people achieve these goals.
Crisis Team is available 24/7 to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. The Crisis Team assesses those who present to the TADH Emergency Department seeking assistance and assist with connecting them with the appropriate services.
Overcoming Anxiety, Panic and Phobia is a solution-focused group that provides participants with the opportunity to develop strategies to manage their anxiety. The program consists of 10 weekly sessions (2 hours).
Transitional Care Program is a teaching program that is provided in a small group setting that promotes health lifestyles and positive coping skills for those coping with an acute or serious mental illness.
Eating Disorders Program is a community based assessment, coordination and treatment program. The program offers services to children, adolescents and adults living with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia and mixed syndromes, and their families.
Community Treatment Order (CTO) Program provides individuals with serious mental illness a comprehensive plan of community based treatment or care and supervision.
Monthly 50/50 Draw
Support the Timmins and District Hospital’s ongoing capital equipment cost fundraising efforts by purchasing a 50/50 ticket in our monthly draw.
Community Safety and Well Being Plan
“To achieve the ideal state of a sustainable community where everyone is safe, has a sense of belonging, opportunities to participate, access to services and where individuals can meet their needs for education, health care, food, housing, income and social and cultural expression”