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While the province and the city of Toronto are under lockdown restrictions, Strides Toronto continues to provide services by telephone and online until further notice. Our residential services continue in person and other in-person services may be delivered on a case-by-case basis.
We are committed to safely serving our clients and communities. This video explains the health and safety steps you can expect when you come to our offices for service. More information about our return to office will be available here.
If you are looking for information, counselling services or resources, please call 416-438-3697 to speak to your service provider or if you are a new client, dial extension 19055 to speak to the Intake Worker or leave a message.
The What’s Up Walk-In clinic continues via phone and video counselling with new hours: Monday – Friday 9AM to 7PM.
Please call 1-866-585-6486.
We Commit to Action on Anti-Black Racism
We stand firmly with the Black community and our colleagues to condemn all forms of racism.
We recognize racism as a public health crisis that reveals itself in many ways: from microaggressions to physical violence to systemic perpetuation of power and privilege. These societal, structural and individual aggressions have had a significant impact on the mental health and life outcomes of Black community members.
Free walk-in mental health counselling
Immediate mental health counselling for children, youth, young adults and their families, and families with infants is available at the What’s Up Walk-In® Clinic.
No fee. No appointment. No Health Card.
Six locations across Toronto.
Mental Health T.O. is a one-stop-shop referral service for infants, children and youth up to 18 years old and their families in Toronto to find and get the mental health help they need as efficiently and as quickly as possible.
What’s new at Strides Toronto
- March 19, 2021
- December 22, 2020