Mental Health Supports

Last Updated: April 30, 2020

Residents who need to access, or are seeking information on, social and community supports and services, should call 211 for non-emergency requests and information.

Provides 24-hour support, 7 days a week to individuals at risk. Provides emotional support and suicide prevention + intervention + postvention service agency.

Provides crisis intervention to adults (16+) experiencing mental health crisis. Crisis Workers are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week

Feeling lonely? Distressed? Isolated? Did you have a bad day and need someone to talk to? You can contact the Warm line, open 8pm to 12am at 416-960-WARM, text 647-557-5882 or chat online at

providing a variety of supports to seniors in need during COVID-19, including one on one consultation, counselling and support, meals on wheels, and more.

Designed by young adults, their families and professionals, Stella’s Place provides comprehensive mental health services for 16 to 29 year olds. Currently providing virtual and phone-based supports

Victim Services Toronto provides immediate crisis response, intervention and prevention services which are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities affected by crime and sudden tragedies. Victims and survivors can get help by phone by calling: 416-808-7066

Hong Fook Mental Health Association provides services covering the spectrum from promoting wellness to managing illness in Asian communities. Essential services, included clinical services, continue to operate via various virtual care means. For information and inquiry, please call 416-493-4242

Kids Help Phone is a Canadian charitable organization that provides 24/7 free confidential professional online and telephone counselling and volunteer-led, text-based support in English and French to youth across Canada. Kids Help Phone also provides information on how to access community support services for youth. Text CONNECT to 686868 to reach a trained volunteer Crisis Responder 24/7. Call 1-800-668-6868 to speak with one of our professional counsellors 24/7.

The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the LGBTQ2S communities. As access to community spaces is limited right now, we are offering our communities a friendly phone or email check-in by The 519 staff once a week during Monday to Friday. This service is to check-in on how you are doing, and offer information and updates. Please note that this is not a counselling session. If you would like to register for the Friendly Check-In program, please complete the following online form:

is a peer mental health helpline for youth experiencing personal challenges. The helpline receives calls from all people but is recognized as a leader in creating safe, community space for Muslim young people. This helpline operates from 12 – 9 PM 7 days a week. Call: 1-866-627-3342 

Black and multicultural youth hotline is a culturally relevant helpline that serves all youth, and will connect callers to counselor, coaches and refer to supportive programs. Call: 416-285-9944 or 1-800-294-8650 

Wellness Together Canada is a portal created by the Federal government which provides tools and resources to help get Canadians back on track. These include modules for addressing low mood, worry, substance use, social isolation and relationship issues. 

Phone: 416-392-7903
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