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Black Canadian health and community service providers that provide services to Black Canadian families in need of support.

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80 Workman Way (Queen W. & Ossington), , ,

Support and counselling for Black youth, ages 13-24 and their families dealing with substance abuse. Individual or group therapy, early intervention and prevention, etc.

Telephone(416) 535-8501

27 Tapscott Rd., Scarborough, , ,


Primary healthcare and services including: counselling (trauma, depression, mental health, anxiety, etc.), youth outreach, girls group, academic support. The Plug Project (Scarborough & Rexdale): Connection to information and resources about school dis ...

Telephone(416) 644-3536

941 Progress Avenue, , , , M1G 3T8


Programing runs at Centennial College – Progress Campus (Markham Rd. & 401) African Caribbean heritage programming: history lessons, arts and crafts, special events for students 5-18 years of age.


4700 Keele St.(York University)(Keele St. and Steeles Ave. W.), , ,


Summer Student Program: A 10 day program that guides 40 students (ages 14-18) through an introduction to African and African Diaspora Studies.


1136 Centre St, Ste 3, , , , L4J 3M8

We believe in building a strong community that will be a positive contributor to our city and to Canada. We welcome all interested individuals of like mind who are committed to our goals and objectives.


1385 Huntingwood Drive, , , , M1S 3J1


Life Skills Development: ManUp, Sister 2 Sister, START for Life, etc Counselling: Individual & Family Counselling, Violence against Women, Support Network Employment: Pre-apprenticeship Program, Youth Job Connection, Summer Program, etc. Education: Tu ...

Telephone(416) 439-9009
United Achievers Community Services

36 Queen Street East Goodison Building - Lower Level, , , , L6V 1A2


United Achievers’ Community Services is a non-profit charitable multiservice organization providing culturally sensitive programs, services and other supports primarily to the Caribbean and Black communities in the Region of Peel.


13-3120 Rutherford Road, Suite 255, , , , L4K 0B2


Our Strategic Vision is built around the need for effective service delivery through providing awareness, opportunities, leadership development, economic opportunities, organizational development and capacity building. The organization offers: Youth and ...

Telephone647 988-4636

2 Carlton Street, , , , M5B1J3


Committed to providing holistic health services to racialized women in the GTA. Primary healthcare and services, including: mental health services, pre & post natal care, food access, etc.

Telephone(416) 593-7655

1901 Weston Rd., , ,


Support Groups Parent-Child Activities Programs: Fatherhood Talks, Nobody's Perfect, Stepping-Up, Developing Engaging Fathers, Still I Rise, Super Dads. Employment Counselling See website for more information.


7 Brookhaven Crescent, , , , L6C 2X3


To facilitate the cultivation of a progressive York Region African Canadian Community, through advocacy, resource development and service delivery as it relates to culture, education, employment, social services and other governmental responsibilities.


1901 Weston Rd(Lawrence Ave. W. & Weston Rd.)., , ,


Support groups, parent-child activities, employment services, programs including: Nobody's Perfect, Stepping-Up, Developing Engaging Fathers, Super Dads, etc.

Telephone(416) 916-2512
​Tenniel Rock - Registered Social Worker (Masters of Social Work) and Psychotherapist



As a clinical supervisor and therapist, I am honoured by my clients' willingness to openly share their life experiences and growth with me. During our work, I will not hide myself behind silence; instead, we will connect and collaborate. I will facilitate ...



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