How to Access NOSP
Adults, children/youth, families and other service providers can access NOSP services by the following methods:
When you need someone to talk to, the Walk-in Clinic offers free and confidential single sessions. Call for more information.LEARN MORE ABOUT WALK-IN CLINICS
PHONE / FAX
Speak to one of our friendly staff.CONTACT US
Reach us by mail at any of our eight locationsCONTACT US
THE ACCESS NETWORK
The Access Network provides a single point of access to children’s services and supports for families in Thunder Bay & District.
Call 1-855-486-5037LEARN MORE
For more information, or to book an appointment, call:
Learn What to Expect
Download our Orientation to Services Manual
The Referral Flow Process
Once a referral is received:
- An intake appointment is scheduled with a Counsellor. Consents are signed.
- Sessions are scheduled based on the client's needs, treatment plan and agreed upon goals.
- When consents are available, NOSP Counsellors will participate in and/or lead case conferences when and where appropriate.
- Treatment progress is reviewed regularly to ensure evidence of improvement – this may or may not impact treatment plan alterations.
Hospital Referrals & Calls
When NOSP receives a referral or call from the Hospital, NOSP will do its best to have a Counsellor meet with the client in hospital as soon as possible. Initial assessment, safety and follow-up plans are created with client (and family depending on age) as well as follow-up support and ongoing services.
Proudly governed, managed and delivered within the District of Thunder Bay since 1983, North of Superior Counselling Programs (NOSP) continues to be committed to being a leading provider of community-based mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.
The NOSP Board, Management and Staff respectfully acknowledge the Robinson Superior Treaty Area and Treaty 9 that the NOSP Service Area falls within (District of Thunder Bay).