Youth Services

 
 
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Central Toronto Youth Services

416-924-2100
Support to youth ages 12-18 through outreach, individual and family counselling, group support, youth justice support and much more.

Address: 65 Wellesley Street East, Suite 300, Toronto
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available
Email: mail@ctys.org

 
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Skylark: Children, Youth & Families

416-482-0081
Support services to youth 13-21, including counselling, a group home, day treatment, in-school programs, youth gallery, studio drop-in centre, case management.

Address: 40 Orchard View Blvd., Suite 255, Toronto
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available upon request
Email: reception@skylarkyouth.org

 
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East Metro Youth Services (Child And Youth Exploitation & Trauma Treatment)

416-438-3697
Case management, individual & group counselling, transitional support, trauma support for survivors of human trafficking, counselling to victims of internet sexual exploitation, 14-24.

Address: 1200 Markham Rd, Scarborough
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available upon request
Email: it@emys.on.ca

 

Egale Youth Outreach

1-844-443-4253
Drop-in crisis counselling, long-term counselling, homelessness and suicide crisis services, peer support, groups for LGBTQI2S youth age 29 and under. Monday-Friday, 11am-7pm, Drop-in: 3pm-7pm

Address: 185 Carlton St., Toronto
Accessibility: not wheelchair accessible
Language: English
Email: outreach@egale.ca (not for emergencies)

 

Supporting Our Youth (SOY) at Sherbourne Health Centre

416-324-5077
SOY supports the health and wellbeing of all queer and trans spectrum youth 29 and under, with groups, programs, events and one-on-one support.

Address: 333 Sherbourne Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available upon request
Email: soy@sherbourne.on.ca

 
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SWEET Program for Youth at East Toronto Youth Services: Carly Kalish

416-452-3018
Trauma-based counselling services for youth involved in the sex trade.

Address: 1200 Markham Rd, Scarborough
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available

 
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Youthlink

416-967-1773
Drop-in, counselling services, Youth Advocating Anti-Homophobia Awareness (YAAHA), residential treatment for women, education support, co-op housing, mentorship, wrap-around services, family support, parenting support for youths’ families.

Address: 747 Warden Avenue, Scarborough
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, French, Armenian, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Urdu, interpreters available.
Email: info@youthlink.ca

 
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RITES for African-Canadian youth

416-924-2100 (Ask for Maxine Brown)
Central Toronto Youth Service’s Black Youth Program promotes positive youth development, strengthens racial identity, builds resilience and provides mental health support for youth of African descent. Self-referrals from youth accepted.

Address: 65 Wellesley Street East, Suite 300, Toronto
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible
Language: English, interpreters available
Email: mail@ctys.org

 

Queer Asian Youth (QAY)

416-963-4300 ext: 229
QAY provides social spaces for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, queer, curious, undecided, or questioning East and Southeast Asian youth and their friends. Monday-Friday, 10:30am-6pm

Address: 260 Spadina Ave, Suite 410, Toronto
Accessibility: not wheelchair accessible
Language: English, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Tagalog, Vietnamese.
Email: youth@acas.org