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Volunteering refers to giving one's time freely towards helping an organization or a cause. Benefits of volunteering include work experience and the knowledge that one is helping others. This is not an exhaustive list of resources and services, but highlights those which might be of interest to individuals with mental health issues.

Publicly Funded / Free Services

La plateforme Autisme-Asperger-Québec (AAQc) se veut une plateforme informative, éducative et inclusive sur l’autisme, les troubles du spectre de ... more
QC, Canada
Areas Served: Quebec, World
All ages
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Provides a broad range of mental health, legal, parenting, and abuse support programs geared at boys, men, fathers and their families. * Therapy & ... more
2 Homewood Ave., Toronto, ON, M4Y 2J9 Map
647-479-9611
Areas Served: Toronto, Central East, Central South, Ottawa-Carleton
All ages
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Private Practice Professionals and Commercial Businesses

Chattha Psychological Services
4101 Steeles Ave. West, North York, ON, M3N 1V7 Map
905-455-7082
12 years and up
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Day programming for adults with cognitive challenges offering options for after high school life. Various programs include: functional literacy, vocational ... more
4300 Steeles Ave W, Vaughan, ON, L4L 4C2 Map
905-264-9007
Areas Served: York (Regional Municipality), Toronto
21 years and up
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Helping poverty, homelessness and hunger with support programs, housing and advocacy. Adult drop-in -- Mon-Fri 9 am-12:30 pm, Sat and statutory holidays 9 ... more
552 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, ON, M5V 3W8 Map
416-504-3563
Area Served: Toronto
All ages
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Fred Victor is a social service charitable organization that fosters long-lasting and positive change in the lives of homeless and low-income people living ... more
145 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, M5A 1S1 Map
416-364-8228
Area Served: Toronto
All ages
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The program provides services to infants and preschoolers, and their families, who live in a number of different neighbourhoods in the northwest section of ... more
Northwestern Toronto, ON Map
Area Served: Toronto
Up to 16 years
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YOUTHLINK offers a unique set of services and programs for vulnerable youth between the ages of 12-24 and their families or caregivers. All of our services and ... more
636 Kennedy Road, Toronto, ON, M1K 2B3 Map
416-967-1773
Area Served: Toronto
12 - 24 years
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Through its programs and services, the Ministry of Community and Social Services: •helps adults with a developmental disability live, work and participate ... more
ON, Canada
1-800-461-2156 (Toll Free)
Area Served: Ontario
16 years and up
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Youthspace.ca offers emotional support and crisis intervention to youth in Canada under 30yrs. Our highly-trained volunteers are online every night (6 PM to ... more
Victoria, BC Map
Area Served: Canada
Up to 30 years
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Our Mission: We create healthier families by raising awareness, reducing stigma, providing social support and connecting mothers to help for perinatal mood ... more
QC, Canada
Area Served: World
All ages
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Community Resource Connections of Toronto (CRCT)
Catchment: Toronto
Finding mental health services can be complicated, especially for newcomers. This guide for newcomers helps with navigating and finding mental health services in Toronto.
Posted: Jun 21, 2015
Language: EN
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