GTA Mental Health Resources - Culturally Specific

South Asian Community Health Services
(647) 718-0786
Offers culturally and linguistically appropriate services for the South Asian community including primary health care, mental health and addiction counselling.

Hong Fook Mental Health Association
(416) 493-4242
Offers Walk in counselling services and group psychotherapy in Mandarin and Cantonese.

Across Boundaries
Offers holistic, inclusive mental health and addictions services for racialized communities.

Community Family Services of Ontario
(416)979-8299
Formerly Chinese Family Services of Ontario, this agency offers group, individual and family counselling.

Caribbean and African Canadian Social Services
(416) 740-1056
Offers a range of culturally safe clinical prevention and intervention mental health services designed to meet the cultural needs of Black children, youth and adults.  Individual, family and group counselling available.

Punjabi Community Health Services
(905) 677-0889
Offers assistance and support regarding Mental Health and Addictions in English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Malayalm.  Also offers settlement services for newcomers.  

The Indigenous Network
(905) 712-4726 or @AboriginalPeel on Twitter
Offers a Friendship Centre, access to a resource co-ordinator for culturally relevant supports and a healthy living program.

Brampton Multicultural Community Centre
(905) 790-8482
Offers a culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate Mind Your Health program including counselling, peer support groups, mental health workshops and life skills training.

Anishnawbe Health Toronto
416-360-0486 or 416- 920-2605
Offers a mental health treatment model that integrates traditional and western approaches, primary health care and a wide variety of programming across three sites in downtown Toronto.  

Black Youth Helpline
1-833- 294-8650 every day from 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Responds to the need for a Black youth specific service and promotes access to professional, culturally appropriate support for youth, families and schools.

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