A vibrant network of community-governed primary health care organizations serving diverse communities across the province, rooted in the communities they serve. They share a commitment to advancing health equity through the delivery of comprehensive primary health care.
A 24-hour hotline geared towards the Black, Black LGBTQI, Brown, Indigenous, and Muslim community to anonymously report unwanted contact with police and vigilantes, and provides immediate crisis counseling to those who need to talk with someone immediately.
A collaboration of non-profit distress and crisis service centres from across Canada, geared to strengthening regional service delivery and ensuring gaps in mental health and suicide prevention and support nationwide are addressed.
Canada’s oldest volunteer delivered crisis, emotional support and suicide prevention, intervention, postvention service agency providing 24-7 support, 365 days a year to individuals in our community at risk.
Dedicated to building meaningful and developmental relationships with young people, experiencing racialization between the ages of ages of 8 – 25 years old. Provides strength-based, youth centered and culturally relevant programs that foster identity development, life skills and education.
Provides a continuum of integrated primary care and mental health services covering the spectrum from “promoting wellness” to “managing illness” in Asian communities (Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese)
A mental health community centre dedicated to improving the lives of people living with mental illness. Progress Place has assisted in keeping countless members out of the hospital and provided opportunities to flourish in their communities, every day of every week for over 35 years.