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Mental Health Resources for Racialized Communities.
Below is provided a list of resources for Black people within Toronto who are looking for mental health support.
Zero Gun Violence Movement
Provides youth and community leaders with the skills to mobilize and create safe and healthy communities.
Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY)
Provides support and counselling to African and Caribbean Canadian youth who are dealing with problem substance use and mental health concerns.
Provides mental health services for racialized communities.
Caribbean African Canadian Social Services (Cafcan)
Focuses on strengthening the African Canadian community through the use of psycho-social services.
Warden Woods Community Centre
Has a COVID-19 support line.
Taibu community health centre
Focuses on Black mental health and wellbeing.
Women’s South in Women’s Hands Community Health Centre
A community centre for racialized women in Toronto.
Regent Park Community Health Centre
Provides supportive counselling.
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