Kettle & Stony Point Health Services
6275 Indian Lane
Kettle Point 44, ON N0N 1J1

Tel: 519-786-5647


Services & Programs

Kettle & Stony Point Health Services offers community-based services and supports for people with mental health and addictions issues. Their Awareness and Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Mental Health & Addictions Programs include:

  • Relapse Prevention Program: This Awareness and Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program is for clients who are in outpatient treatment. Clients are automatically provided with continuing care. No limit on length of contact.
  • Community Treatment – Outpatient Program: Treatment models offered are AA, Minnesota, Cognitive-Behavioural and Harm Reduction. AA/NA/Al-Anon encouraged. When goal is achieved, client advances to continuing care. Clients who do not wish to be seen at the office are provided with the service through outreach.
  • Community Treatment – Family Intervention Program: Family support. Will refer to family programs. Will assist with intervention situations.
  • Case Management
  • Child & Youth Program
  • Counselling
  • Referrals to Treatment Programs

Other services and programs offered by Kettle & Stony Point Health Services include:

  • Maternal and Child Health: In the area of maternal and child health we believe that education is the key to the health of both mother and baby. Our staff offer family planning, prenatal classes, new baby assessments, clinic visits, numerous mom and baby and/or toddler programs, parenting classes, immunizations, and support for breast feeding moms, in addition to partnerships with local and external service providers for the benefit of our clients.
  • School Health and Teens: The health of school children is strongly linked to their academic success. We strive to promote the health and well-being of children so they can participate and succeed in school and life. Our staff members provide health education programs and screening services to approximately children from Daycare age to grade 8. We also provide a weekly drop-in for teens that covers a broad range of topics aimed at promoting healthy socialization, lifestyles, self esteem and resiliency.
  • Health Promotion:Health Centre activities are based on the concept that education will lead to behaviour change and empowerment so community members can better manage their own health. Programming is in response to identified risks and health concerns unique to our First Nation within the context of the many determinants of health. The targeted areas are physical fitness, nutrition, smoking and chronic disease with a strong emphasis on diabetes.
  • Home and Community Care and the Assisted Living Facility Wiidsemshin: Our goal is to assist the elderly, chronically ill and disabled members of the community to live at home with the assistance they require and our services are ever responsive to their fluctuating needs. Wiidemshin is viewed as their home when they cannot manage alone and care is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Programs and services that contribute to their quality of life are offered throughout the year including congregate dining, quilting, crafts, outside walking and a geriatric Day Program that operates 3 days per week at Wiidsemshin.
  • Mental Health and Addictions: This department supports the well-being of individuals and families through the coordination of professional counseling services, within or outside the community, art and play therapies targeting children and youth, case management services for individuals seeking mental health and/or addictions services in addition to addictions counseling and referral to treatment centres, medical detoxification, medical care and/or methadone programs. Through a partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association we are also able to offer case management services specific to individuals affected by severe mental illness.

Please see the monthly community newsletter for specific program dates and times.

How to Access

Restricted to Indigenous Peoples. Accepts referrals from all sources. Transportation provided to those who need it. Call 519-786-6588 for referral inquiries.