If you’re dealing with mental health, addictions and substance use challenges, here’s how to get the help you need. The Access Point should be your first stop. Just one application will give you access to a number of services.
For more ways to access services, check out some of the options below:
If you’re under 26 years old, our Transitional Age Youth Programs (TAY) might be right for you. Apply for case management services (someone to give you one-on-one help and advice) and other TAY programs through The Access Point or at the What’s Up Walk-In Clinic.
If you’re living with HIV/AIDS, are homeless and face mental health and/or addiction challenges, you can access McEwan Positive Service Coordination intensive case management services to get one-on-one support.
This program can be reached through The Access Point.
Some of our group programs require a professional referral from your social worker, therapist, psychologist, doctor, etc. Asking for help isn’t always easy, but you’ll be glad you did!
If you’re over 16, identify as a woman and have mental health and/or substance use challenges, join us for daily meals and programs at 416 Community Support for Women.
For more information, call 426-928-3334.
If you’re a woman who does not already have a primary health care provider, you can access the Health and Wellness program through 416 Community Support for Women. You can refer yourself by filling out this form and faxing it to 416-928-2044 to Attn: Mel Penman, or though referral from another community agency.