About Us



Due to the seriousness of the Corona Virus otherwise known as COVID-19, Mental Health Connections will be closed until further notice.  This is for your safety as well as staff.  Public Health is recommending that groups are dangerous for spreading the disease and as you are aware that the disease has caused many deaths all over the world.  Now it has spread to Ontario where as of today, 142 cases have been confirmed and 1,316 people are under investigation.  So, we are working to protect you all by not providing service to groups.  Many of you will understand as a result of the meeting we held on Friday, March 13, 2020 regarding this matter.

So in the meantime, please try to protect yourselves by:

Avoiding crowds staying a 6-foot distance from others;

Washing hands for a minimum of 20 seconds;

Keeping hands away from Face;

Trying to eat at home; and

Stay at home, unless it is an emergency to go out.

Everyone please keep safe, we care about your wellbeing.


about-usMental Health Connections (MHC) was established in April 2004. The goal was to provide Psycho-Social Rehabilitation services to clients with a mental illness as a result of an integration with three groups – Programmed Activity for Therapy and Health (PATH), Consumer Survivor Alliance of Windsor-Essex County (CSAW) and the Family Mental Health Network (FMHN).


MHC today offers psycho-social rehabilitation services to clients with a mental illness with 1,000 plus current clients.  Clients range from 16 to 84 years of age, and the average age group is 45-54 (followed by those ages 35-44).  Since the successful integration, MHC has surpassed the level of service to our client base. Through careful planning,11416765_10206318986287772_1166269715_o-300x225strategic partnerships and support of other community agencies, MHC has positioned itself as an integral transparent and necessary agency in Windsor/Essex County.

MHC embraces a welcoming environment in which individuals can strive to maximize their potential by accessing a variety of strategies for recovery – educational, health and fitness, recreational, social, peer support activities and vocational.  Activities are offered both on-site and in the community.

Our Board, staff, funders, volunteers and community partners can all be credited for the pride that we enjoy today with respect to the quality of services we are able to offer.