City: Toronto

51 Clarkson Ave, (Calendonia & Eglington W.), , ,


Across Boundaries is a Black Canadian owned company that offers Mental health, addictions supports and in-house programs. Individual support, support groups, alternative and complementary therapies, community kitchen, social and recreational activities.


4929 Jane St., , , , M3N 2K8


Afri-Can Food Basket (Part of Black Creek Community Farm) (Jane St. and Steeles Ave. W.) Cultivating Youth Leadership (CYL) development training and employment opportunity. The Ujamaa Farm Program: Involves new farmers in learning how operate and manag ...

BLAC ​ (Black Legal Action Centre)

Suite 221 - 720 Spadina Avenue, , , , M5S 2T9


The Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC) is a new not-for-profit corporation that was incorporated under the laws of Ontario in 2017. ​ BLAC will deliver legal aid services to Black Ontarians. Specifically, BLAC will work to combat individual and systemic ...

Black Business & Professional Association (BBPA)

180 Elm Street, , ,


Founded in 1983, the BBPA is a non-profit, charitable organization that addresses equity and opportunity for the Black community in business, employment, education and economic development. The BBPA sponsors the annual BBPA Harry Jerome Awards, a natio ...


20 Victoria St.(Yonge St. & King St. E.), , ,


Community Outreach Program Harm Reduction Drop-In Prevention Program Employment Program Women's Peer Support Program


2202 Jane St. & 1 York Gate Blvd., , ,


Primary healthcare and services including: drop-in youth clinic, Francophone language health services, early-years programs, breastfeeding support, substance use counselling, etc.

Telephone(416) 644-3536


Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN) aims to empower both the individual and family unit, one at a time with the ability and knowledge to access available resources from established groups within the community.


TORONTO DOWNTOWN333 Sherbourne St.(Sherbourne St. & Gerrard St.), , ,


Black Queer Youth: A safe and social space to chill, learn, watch movies, learn about community resources, create zines, socialize and have a home cooked meal. Connected to other youth programs including housing and employment programs.


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24 hour Helpline: For children, youth and parents Parental Support Programs Stay-in-School Programs


2972 Islington Ave., , , , M9L2K6


Black Youth in Transition is a Black Canadian owned Community Org/Services


NORTH YORK995 Arrow Road(Finch Ave. W. & Weston Road), , , , M9M 2Z5


Employment Services Leaders in Partnership: Social activity program for children in collaboration with schools and Police. Newcomer Settlement Youth Outreach: Engaging and connecting youth between the ages of 12-21 with needed services. Violence Aga ...


80 Workman Way, , ,


Support and Counselling: For black youth and families dealing with substance abuse. Programs: Individual or group therapy, Early intervention and Prevention

Telephone416-535-8501 *press 2*

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A community-based mentorship program providing youth in and from the child welfare system with comprehensive wraparound support services as they transition from government care to independence.

Telephone(416) 703-8482 / (416) 703-8480

Deborah Barnes

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Over 25 years of experience as a social worker, consultant and educator in the Public Sector and in Higher Education.   I have worked with various client groups including those involved in or experiencing addictions, mental health, justice/ the correcti ...


4250 Weston Rd, # 202, , , , M9L 2S5


Social Support Services: Provides practical assistance and culturally-sensitive social support services to members of the Ghanaian-Canadian community in Ontario dealing with issues such as barriers to integration, family conflict, parent/teen conflict, d ...


1761 Sheppard Ave E., , ,


Summer camp for children 5-13 yrs Leadership camps for youth 14-16 yrs (Sheppard Ave. E. & Don Mills Rd.) Youth leadership outreach program: Ages 8- 14 years old in the Don Mills & Sheppard area. Supportive mentors & activities that cultivate self-iden ...

Telephone(416) 496-2042

65 Wellesley Street E. (Wellesley & Church), , ,


RITES Program: A weekly intervention program aiming to promote positive social development, strengthen racial identity and build on existing resiliency factors through weekly group sessions and individual counselling.

Telephone(416) 924-2100 ext. 246 / ext. 228

1533 Victoria Park Ave. (at Eglinton Ave. E.), , ,


A process for young people ages 13-17 of African descent to prepare for responsible adulthood, developing a sense of purpose, building a community perspective, fostering resiliency, volunteering, leadership, employment.

Telephone(416) 645-6000 x. 2320
SOY (Supporting Our Youth)

333 Sherbourne St 2nd floor, , , , M5A2S5


As an LGBT2SQ youth or young adult, you are resourceful and important. You are the expert of your own life and have found ways to survive if not thrive. Supporting Our Youth (SOY) is an innovative community development program of Sherbourne Health. SOY ...


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


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