KINGSTON, FRONTENAC, LENNOX & ADDINGTON Children and Youth Services Planning Committee

Maltby Centre returning to in-person services

Maltby Centre is returning to a select number of in-person services over the next few months.  We are returning our in-person service slowly so that we can evaluate need, as well as our new pandemic systems and processes.  Starting on July 7th, Maltby Centre will be providing Mental Health Access which is a modified form of our Walk-in Clinic.  Until the end of July 2020, that will be the only service that returns in-person.  Clients/families will be required to pre-schedule their appointment and in-person service will only be provided to new clients.  Clients/families will be screened prior to entering our facility, will be required to sign an attestation of their responses to the screening questions, will be required to mask with a Maltby Centre issued mask, and will be required to perform hand hygiene prior to proceeding to their appointment.  We will continue to offer a hybrid of services including the in-person service described here, as well as our full array of virtual services.  Please note that we will be offering our new clients the option to receive their initial visit in-person, or virtually over our PHIPA compliant subscription via the Zoom platform.

We are providing a small number of community visits to existing clients who are at risk.  We do anticipate ramping up this portion of our services over the month of July.

Maltby Centre is following all KFLA Public Health recommendations and orders to keep our valued staff and clients safe.  As well, we have developed numerous policies and supporting education for staff ensuring the safety of all.

For more information contact Maltby Centre at:  TF: 1.844.855.8340   |   F: 613.546.3881   |

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