Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC) Site

Program Overview

Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC) provides mental health services to children and youth with psychiatric and/or emotional disorders.

Services range from brief intervention to intensive long-term treatment. Treatment is provided by a multi-disciplinary team from a variety of perspectives and is delivered in partnership with parents and collateral agencies.


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Service (ADHD)

The Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Service (ADHD) provides assessment & treatment for children and youth ages 6 to 17 years and their families. The service follows a family-focused model within a multidisciplinary team and provides diagnostic services as well as subsequent treatment and support.


Community Child & Adolescent Treatment Service (CCATS)

The Community Child and Adolescent Treatment Service (CCATS) provides a range of community-based mental health treatment services to children and adolescents, and their families. Supports are provided to children and adolescents ages 5 to 18 years and their families in the Winnipeg area who are experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties.


Centralized Intake

The Centralized Intake Service was developed to improve access to child and adolescent mental health resources. Intake and referral services have been linked to create a single point of entry. Services are provided to children, youth, and their families between the ages of 3 years up to 18 years who are experiencing mental health concerns.


Early Childhood Clinic (ECC)

The Early Childhood Clinic (ECC) is a service offered by MATC to help families with children five years of age and under with emotional and behavioural problems. Children can be referred by Parents/Guardians, Day-Care/School providers, Pediatricians, Family Physicians or other Health-Care Providers.


Intensive Community Re-integration Service (ICRS)

The Intensive Community Re-Integration Service (ICRS) offers comprehensive treatment and educational supports to children in early and middle adolescence that have complex mental health concerns that require support beyond that of traditional outpatient services. The time frame for intensive treatment within ICRS is approximately 6 months to one year.


Intensive Treatment Service (ITS) – Inpatient Service

The Intensive Treatment Service is a hospital based service that provides inpatient assessment, treatment and/or stabilization to youth ages 12 -17 years with serious and persistent mental illness.  The service is grounded on the principles of recovery and psycho-social rehabilitation with the goal of youth transitioning back to their family, community and school life as soon as possible.


Neurodevelopmental Service (NDS) & Tourette Syndrome Service (TSS)

The Neurodevelopmental Service (NDS) provides psychiatric support for children ages 5 to 18 years with complex neurodevelopmental issues. This service also provides assessment, education, consultation and support to families and community caregivers who are involved with school-aged children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The Neurodevelopmental Service works in partnership with agencies such as Children’s disAbility Services and St. Amant Centre.


Rural & Northern Telehealth Service (RNTS)

The Rural and Northern Telehealth Service provides mental health services to First Nations children and youth up to 18 years who are experiencing emotional difficulties.  Services are provided largely via telehealth to First Nations communities in Manitoba.  The Rural and Northern Telehealth Service is a Jordan’s Principle specialized service provider and works in partnership with First Nations Communities, stakeholders as well as branches of government such as the Department of Health, Family Services and the Federal First Nations Inuit Health Branch.


Youth Forensic Service (YFS)

Youth Forensic Services (YFS) provides mental health Court Ordered Assessments and treatment to adolescents involved with the youth criminal justice system. Staff also provide mental health services at Agassiz Youth Centre (AYC) and Probation Services.

 

For more information on any community program, please contact them at the numbers below:

Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC)
120 Tecumseh St., Winnipeg, MB, R3G 2A9
Phone: (204) 477-6391
Fax: (204) 783-8948

Dr. A. Hall
Post Graduate Education Site Director
Medical Director, Child & Adolescent Mental Health, MATC Site
Phone: (204) 958-9600
Fax: (204) 958-9618

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Service (ADHD)
167 St. Mary’s Road, Winnipeg, MB, R2H 1J1
Phone: 204-958-6270
Fax: 204-958-6287

Clinical Staff
Dr. L. Jocelyn

Community Child & Adolescent Treatment Service (CCATS)
228 Maryland Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 1L6
Phone: 204-958-9600
Fax: 204-958-9618

Clinical Staff
Dr. D. McCartney
Dr. J. Skinner

Centralized Intake

165 St. Mary’s Road, Winnipeg, MB
R2H 1J1
Phone: 204-958-9660 
Fax: 204-958-9626

Clinical Staff
Dr. H. Casiano
Dr. S. Hosain
Dr. M. Marcoux (French-speaking)

Early Childhood Clinic (ECC)
228 Maryland Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 1L6
Phone: 204-958-9600
Fax: 204-958-9618

Clinical Staff
Dr. D. McCartney

Intensive Community Re-integration Service (ICRS)
120 Tecumseh Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 2A9
Phone: 204-477-6391 
Fax: 204-783-8948

Clinical Staff
Dr. M. Marcoux

Intensive Treatment Service (ITS) – Inpatient Service
120 Tecumseh Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 2A9
Phone: 204-477-6391 
Fax: 204-783-8948

Clinical Staff
Dr. B. Chaze
Dr. M. Marcoux

Neurodevelopmental Service (NDS) & Tourette Syndrome Service (TSS)
228 Maryland Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 1L6
Phone: 204-958-9600
Fax: 204-958-9618

Clinical Staff
Dr. D. McCartney
Dr. L. Penner
Dr. J. Skinner

Rural & Northern Telehealth Service (RNTS)
203-1700 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3H OB1
Phone: 204-958-6267 or  1-855-413-7855
Fax: 204-958-6260

Clinical Staff
Dr. M. Koltek (Director)

Youth Forensic Service (YFS)
170 Doncaster Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3N 1X9
Phone:  204-958-9654 
Fax: 204-958-9633

Clinical Staff
Dr. K. Hildahl (Director)
Dr. H. Casiano
Dr. B. Chaze