Click on the headings below to get help if you need:
Peer support workers are there if you are feeling lonely or are having a bad day and need someone to talk to.
Follow this link for online mental health and wellbeing peer support, self-help programming, creative outlets and community support
Note: There is always a moderator online if you need help while on the site.
They can help if you are a LGBTTQQ2SI youth who has questions, needs to talk to someone or wants learn about events in your area.
Follow this link to find a therapist close to you.
* Fees will apply
Follow this link to find helplines and resources in your community.
Follow this link to find mental health services in both hospital and your community.
They have short term beds where you can safely begin to withdraw from substance use.
Call: (416) 535-8501. Press 2
This service can help assess or refer you to a program related your substance abuse challenges.
Call: (416) 789-7957 Extension: 3441
They can help if you are living with a mental illness and would like to develop new skills and find work.
Call: 1-800-668-8258 from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
They help people with low-incomes who have legal issues related to mental health hearings or appeals.
Law students and lawyers will help you fight street tickets for free on Fridays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at:
Follow this link for easy-to-read information on Power of Attorney for Personal Care related to mental capacity.
* There may be a cost for some of the services listed in this section.
This website is meant as a guide to services offered outside of Unity Health Toronto. The services are not associated with the network.