Child and Parent Resource Institute

Child and Parent Resource Institute is a provincially operated regional resource centre located in London, Ontario, Canada. CPRI provides highly specialized (tertiary) diagnostic assessment, consultation, education (through the Madeline Hardy School), research, and short term treatment services for children/youth (0–18 years) with complex emotional and behavioural disorders, and families who require an integrated, clinical, highly specialized interdisciplinary approach. CPRI services a 17 county catchment area.

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