Building better futures with you

Craigwood has been helping young people and their families to find their way to a better future with improved mental health, since 1953.

If you face challenges as a youth with worries about mental health, drug use, school achievement, anxiety or depression, you are not alone.

If you face challenges as a family or as a parent, with worries about your child’s behavior, mental health, family conflict or struggles with effective parenting practices, you are not alone.

By looking for help, you have already taken the right first step forward. Now learn more about how you can make positive changes for a more promising future.

We are a fully accredited children’s mental health centre based in London and Middlesex County. We support children, youth and families throughout Ontario and beyond.

Learn about our Mission for children, youth and families

Pour les services en français, veuillez contacter le service d’accueil au 519-433-0334.

For information about the French Language Service Alliance

Help for those that need it most.

Our continuum of services includes individualized programs for young people facing the most complex challenges

Additional Mental Health Resources

KIDS Helpline

OPP Communications Centre

Poison Information Centre


Ontario Mental Health Helpline

Reach Out Crisis Service


Craigwood is grateful to our many supporters who donate anonymously to our work

We acknowledge that the land we are upon today is the traditional territory of the Attawandaron, Anishinabeg, Haudenosaunee,
and Lunaapeewak peoples with their enduring relationship to the land, water and region of Southwestern Ontario.

The local First Nation communities of this area include Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation, and Munsee-Delaware Nation. 

We acknowledge the London Township Treaty of 1796 covering the land that our Head Office is upon, the Huron Tract Treaty of 1827 covering the land where our Campus is located,
and other treaties specific to this area including the Two Row Wampum Belt Treaty of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy/Silver Covenant Chain;
the Beaver Hunting Grounds of the Haudenosaunee NANFAN Treaty of 1701; the McKee Treaty of 1790,and the Dish with One Spoon Covenant Wampum.

At Craigwood Youth Services we acknowledge the historic and ongoing injustices that indigenous peoples endure in Canada and we are committed
to honouring indigenous voices, nations and cultures, and to move forward in the spirit
of reconciliation and respect in all our work.

Our principal funders

The Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, and numerous provincial Child Welfare agencies help to provide the necessary funding for Craigwood’s Services

Our community sponsors