Changing the trajectory of children's mental health.

We help kids from infancy to 18, together with their families, achieve mental wellness.

How We Can Help

Our Services
Children Birth to 6

Birth to 6 years

Our infant and early childhood services help young children and their families get the support they need to move forward as a productive, happy family.

6-11 Father and Daughter

6 to 11 years

Programs at the George Hull Centre encourage children  to open up, learn coping skills, and develop positive mental health and emotional well-being. 

Age 12-18

12 to 18 years

Through a variety of programs and treatment services, we help youth develop the skills and confidence they need to thrive as valued members of society. 

Do You Need Help?

Connect with Us
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Call the George Hull Centre for Children & Families at 416-622-8833 or email us at [email protected] 

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An assessment will be scheduled to ensure your child gets the support they need. 

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Your child will be connected with someone from our exceptional multidisciplinary team to set up an appointment.

If you are experiencing a crisis or an emergency please call 911 immediately.

About the George Hull Centre

Helping children live a better life

Children of all ages experience a wide range of mental health issues, and sometimes they’re too big to handle on our own. Left untreated, these issues can become even more complex and harder to overcome.


At the George Hull Centre for Children and Families we are committed to helping children from infancy through age 18, together with their families, achieve mental wellness.


By working together with families, and by providing the best possible care, we can make a difference in the lives of children so they can live a better childhood and a brighter future.

Did You Know

Quick Mental Health Facts

Mental health issues among children and youth are all too common and they can have a life-long impact on a child’s development. Examples of common mental health disorders include anxiety, ADHD, depression, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD), traumatic stress responses and other emotional and behavioural issues.


Fortunately, mental health issues can be diagnosed and treated if addressed early on. Research has proven that early intervention is critical to providing a hopeful and healthy future for children struggling with their mental health.

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We at the George Hull Centre are doing everything we can to serve more and more children with mental health challenges quickly. But we need your support to meet the demand and truly make a difference.
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