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  • Anishnawbe Health
    Offers programs and services based on Aboriginal Culture and traditions through a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals and service providers.​
  • Hong Fook Mental Health Association
    Assists Asian people with linguistic and cultural barriers to gain access to mental health services.
  • The Wellness Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital
    The Centre is designed to meet the needs of the Chinese community for more efficient and timely access to the mental health system by providing information, assessment and treatment in a comfortable and accepting environment.​
  • Access Alliance Language Services
    Access Alliance Language Services (AALS) is an independent fee-for-service program providing interpretation and translation services to health care, social service agencies, and the broader public and private sectors in the Greater Toronto Area.

Patient Mental Health Resource Guide

A guide for accessing mental health care services, including lists of low-cost counselling resources, alternative methods for therapy/support, and FAQs.

Other Resources for Mental Health Support:

For more resources, you can visit:

Service Finders

Service finders are websites that provide support in finding mental health, medical health, and community/social services that best fit your needs. They often offer confidential phone and online chat support in addition to the online search tool.

  • ConnexOntario.ca​ – 1-866-531-2600​
    They provide an online search tool and 24/7 telephone or online chat support for help with addiction, mental health, & problem gambling resources
  • ementalhealth.ca
    Canada-wide directory and search tool for mental health resources. Also provides general mental health information.
  • 211Toronto.ca
    Directory and search tool for community and social services in Toronto, and Durham, Peel, and York Region. You can also call 2-1-1 for free, confidential, 24/7 support with resources.
  • thehealthline.ca
    Directory and search tool for health care and community resources across Ontario
  • Sunnybrook Family Navigation Project - 1-800-380-9367
    Provides support in navigation of the mental health and addictions service system for youth aged 13-26 and their families, who are live in Toronto and GTA
  • Toronto Seniors Helpline (Community Navigation and Access Program) - 416-217-2077 or 1-877-621-2077
    A single point of access for seniors and caregivers to receive information and access to community, home, and crisis services.
  • Sunnybrook Hospital Patient Education

Private therapy

  • GreenSpace - www.greenspacehealth.ca
    After completing an online questionnaire about your concerns and needs, a case manager will work to connect you directly with a private therapist (cost ranging $80-225/session). The service is free and confidential.

    Search tools for finding a private (for fee) therapist:


  • ​​ Hospital Catchment and Community Service Map
    A Google map outlining the catchment areas for hospital psychiatry programs in Toronto and surrounding area. Also includes numerous community agencies that offer mental health services. Note: The display can be filtered by clicking what you want to see on the map along the left hand menu.
  • Community Health Centre Catchment Map*
    ​A Google map outlining the catchment areas for Toronto's community health centres. Also includes various community and social services.

    *Created by Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre.

Note: The display can be filtered by clicking what you want to see on the map along the left hand menu.​​

RN Health Coaches partner with patients and families living with chronic illness to support them on their journey as they experience shifts in health and well-being. We build relationships with patients through conversation to explore new possibilities for health within their life contexts based on the needs identified by the patients and families with whom we work.


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