Assaulted Women's Helpline416.863.0511 / 1.866.863.0511
24/7 Free Support + Resource Line
LGBT Youthline1-800-268-9688 / Text: 647.694.4275
Confidential, non-judgmental & Informed LGBTTQQ2SI Peer Support. Web Chat available.
Toronto Rape Crisis Centre416-597-8808
24/7 Free Support + Resource Line. Web + Text Support available.
Trans Life Line
Peer support for folks that have been divested from police since day one. Run by and for trans folks.
Free 24/7 Counselling Line for music professionals with resources and support for personal and practical issues.
Wellness Together 1.866.585.0445
24/7 Free Therapy Line
Women's College Hospital416-323-6040
24/7 Walk-In, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Support through Nurse Care.
Mental Health + Well-Being
Affordable Therapy NetworkLow Cost & Sliding Scale Therapy
Anduhyaun CentreShelter and wellbeing support for Indigenous Women and Children
Artist Health CentreComplimentary care for artists including therapy, naturopathy and massage. Subsidies available.
Gender-based violence prevention and response education resource
Gerstein Crisis Centre
Community-based mental health crisis support
Native Women's Resource CentreCommunity and wellbeing support for Indigenous Women
Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre
Free counselling for LGBTQSI, Sex Workers, Youth, Folks who are Pre-Post Pregnancy, Newcomers, Substance Users
The 519Community, wellbeing and mental health support for 2SLGBTQ+
Queer and Trans therapists in tkarontoaffectiveconsult.ca
Pieces to PathwaysPeer-led substance use support program for LGBTQ2S+ people (16-29) in Tkaronto.
Maggie'sHarm reduction and wellbeing support for Sex Workers.
Toronto Indigenous Harm ReductionSupports in accessing ceremony, traditional food and medicines, essential survival items, transportation, communication networks and healthcare.
Food Security + Sovereignty
Afri-Can Food BasketCommunity-based food justice and food sovereignty for Tkaronto's African, Caribbean, Black (ACB) community.
Black Creek FarmAn urban agricultural centre that engages, educates, and empowers diverse communities, through sustainable food.
Community Fridges Toronto24/7 accessible food. Mutual-Aid initiative: refrigerators providing the opportunity to share food as well as take one needs.
Food ShareCommuntity-led food justice org offering programs and accessible fresh produce.
Not Far From the TreeTkaronto Fruit Picking Initiative: ⅓ to tree registrant, ⅓ for picking volunteers, and ⅓ to one of 36 social service agency partners.