Community Resources

EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES

http://www.toronto.ca/socialservices/resources.htm (View it directly from the City of Toronto website click here)

Read about supports and services offered by government and community agencies:

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You can also read about health and crisis situations.

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Also see Help for people in crisis or read about housing resources.

  • Mental Health Crises
    Centre for Addiction and Mental Health – an addiction and mental health hospital ( 416-535-8501 ext. 6885)
    Distress Centres of Toronto – telephone support for crisis intervention, suicide prevention programs and traumatic loss support 416-408-HELP (4357), TTY 416-408-0007
    Gerstein Centre – crisis intervention and supportive counselling for adults who experience mental health problems ( 416-929-5200)
    Kids Help Phone – counselling, referral services, educational tools and more (  1-800-668-6868)
    St. Michael’s Hospital – psychiatric emergency services ( 416-864-5346)
    211 Toronto – services for people experiencing mental health difficulties (Dial 2-1-1)

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Read about Employment and Social Services’ Employment Centresand Employment Services.

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Volunteering in Toronto

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MENTAL HEALTH (SPECIFIC) RESOURCES

Courtesy: CTV/cp24.com

If you feel that you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911.

24 hour distress and crisis lines 416-408-HELP (4357)

Distress Centres of Toronto: (416) 408-4357

Emergencies CAMH 416 535-8501 extension 6885 (24 hour service)

Other Distress Centres:

Durham Region 1-800-742-1890

Peel Mobile Crisis 905-278-9036

Scarborough Mobile Crisis 416-289-2434

St.Elizabeth Mobile Crisis (Etobicoke and North York) 416-498-0043

The Gerstein Crisis Centre 416-929-5200 (suicide prevention)

Aboriginal Crisis Centre 416-531-0330

310 Cope (York Region, Richmond Hill and Newmarket) 310-2673

St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto Downtown 416-864-5346

Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868,

Parent Help Line 1-888-603-9100,

Support groups:

FAME (Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere) 416-207-5032

Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD or borderline personality disorder

Contact: 416 535-8501, ext. 6265 or 6342, or 4937

Concurrent Disorders Service Family Initiative

Contact: 416 535-8501, Caroline O’Grady (ext. 6084)

Schizophrenia Program Family Support and Education Group

Contact: 416 535-8501, Melissa McCormick (ext. 2818) Melissa Edwards (ext. 2372)

FACT at Peel (First Assessment Clinical Team)

Contact: 416 535-8501, Michelle Gerech (ext. 7711), Tricia Nikkari (ext. 7722)

Mental health issues education group

Contact: 416 535-8501, Ellie Munn (ext. 4549)

Needs for housing, employment, income, etc.

Contact: 416 535-8501, CSRU Intake (ext. 2068)

Read more: http://www.cp24.com/where-to-go-if-you-need-help-1.705895#ixzz2KmQe0i8o

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