YouthLink is a multi-service mental health agency for youth ages 12 to 24 in Scarborough. Focusing on the mental health and emotional well-being of youth and families, we work with clients and community partners to highlight and develop strengths, aspirations and positive actions for improving the health and well-being of local residents.
Stella’s Place provides free mental health services for young adults ages 16 to 29. We have a holistic menu of programs, including peer support, clinical services, employment support, wellness, art and recovery programs. We work to help young adults learn skills, build community and be empowered to manage their own mental health.
Rosalie Hall provides a comprehensive range of early intervention, prevention and treatment services to meet the needs of young families from Toronto and the surrounding areas. We are part of an international family providing health and social services as a living expression of the compassionate mission of the Misericordia Sisters.
Renascent is an accredited non-profit treatment centre providing hope and healing to individuals, families, loved ones, communities and organizations impacted by addiction. For over 50 years, we have been a trusted leader in the treatment of substance use and concurrent mental disorders, and helped more than 50,000 people experiencing addiction on their road to recovery.
WoodGreen is a social services agency serving 37,000 people each year. Together, we help people find safe, affordable housing; seniors live independently; internationally trained professionals enter the job market; parents access child care; children access after-school programs; newcomers settle into Canadian life; and youth find meaningful employment and mental health supports.
Health Access Thorncliffe Park supports your physical health and emotional and social well-being, and connects you to any services or supports you may need. Our services are free and open to all residents living in the M4H postal code, with or without a health card. Language and interpretation services are available.
Good Shepherd Non Profit Homes provides permanent supportive housing, congregate living group homes and community-based programs to individuals living with mental health- and substance use-related needs. We help people with a history of or who are at risk of homelessness so they can maintain permanent housing and increase their quality of life.
Good Shepherd Ministries operates a meal program, clothing room, medical clinic and 97 shelter beds for homeless men. We offer support for homeless men seeking abstinence-based treatment, help with finding housing and services for veterans. We also operate two supportive residences, one for seniors with a history of homelessness and one for people living with AIDS.
Gerstein Crisis Centre provides 24-hour community-based crisis response, as well as a range of intervention services, wellness and recovery groups, and community training for people living with mental health and substance use issues in Toronto. We offer an environment and support that are individualized, responsive and respectful of every client’s autonomy and dignity.
Flemingdon Health Centre provides free comprehensive health services, programs and support to improve the well-being of everyone in our communities. With a vision of strong, healthy communities, our values are in health equity, accountability and transparency, inclusion, excellence, community engagement and collaboration and partnerships.