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Across Boundaries

51 Clarkson Ave.
Toronto, ON M6E2T5
Tel: (416) 787-3007
Email: info@acrossboundaries.ca
Web: www.acrossboundaries.ca

Provide equitable, inclusive and holistic mental health and addiction services for racialized communities within an anti-racism, anti-Black racism and anti-oppression frameworks.

African Community Service of Peel

10 Gillingham Drive, UNIT 308
Brampton, ON L6X 5A5
Tel: (905)-460-9514
Email: info@africancommunityservices.com
Web: www.africancommunityservices.com

African Community Services of Peel (ACS) is a not-for-profit community based charitable Organization that provides settlement and integration services and programs that facilitate the early settlement of newcomers to Peel and the surrounding areas.

Afri-Can FoodBasket

4929 Jane St North
York, ON M3N2K8
Tel: (647) 896-0641
Web: www.africanfoodbasket.ca

A community based non-profit organization that has been at the forefront of championing Food Justice and Food Sovereignty for Toronto’s African, Caribbean, Black (ACB) community since 1995.

Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC)

720 Spadina Ave #221
Toronto, ON M5S 2T9
Tel: (416) 597-5831
Web: www.blacklegalactioncentre.ca

The Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC) is a not‑for‑profit organization aimed at combatting individual and systemic anti‑Black racism through the provision of legal aid services.

Black Creek Community Health Centre

Sheridan Mall Site
2202 Jane St. Unit 5
Toronto, ON
Yorkgate Mall Site
1 York Gate Blvd. Suite 202
Toronto, ON
Tel: 416-249-8000 or 416-246-2388
Email: info@bcchc.com
Web: www.bcchc.com/

A non-profit community-based organization that provides health care services and programs geared to vulnerable populations living in Toronto’s North West communities.

Black Business and Professional Association

180 Elm Street
Toronto, ON M5T 3M4
Tel: (416) 504-4097
Email: info@bbpa.org
Web: www.bbpa.org

The BBPA has been providing programs tailored to serve our community since 1986. They offer business classes, financial literacy, business readiness, marketing, and much more.

Black Women in Motion

Email: info@blackwomeninmotion.org
Web: www.blackwomeninmotion.org

Black Women in Motion is a Toronto-based, youth-led organization that empowers and supports the advancement of black womxn and survivors of sexual violence. They work within an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, trauma-informed and survivor-centred framework to create culturally-relevant content, educational tools, healing spaces and economic opportunities for black womxn.

Black Youth Helpline

1111 Finch Ave West, Suite 411
Toronto, ON M3J 2E5
Tel: 1-833-294-8650
Email: info@blackyouth.ca
Web: www.blackyouth.ca

Aims to prevent social, psychological breakdown in communities through a focus on education, health and community development.

Caribbean African Canadian Social Services

995 Arrow Road
North York, ON M9M 2Z5
Tel: (416) 740-1056
Email: info@cafcan.org
Web: www.cafcan.org/our-services/youth-services/

CAFCAN offers culturally sensitive programs to assist young men and women ages 16-24 to successfully transition from their involvement with the Justice System to a meaningful family and community life. They also offer support through everyday transitions and stresses.

Jamaican Canadian Association

995 Arrow Road
Toronto, ON M9M 2Z5
Tel: (416) 746-5772
Email: info@jcaontario.org
Web: www.jcaontario.org

The Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) mission is to deliver programs and services, provide a physical hub, and to advocate to improve the well‐being and equity of Jamaican, Caribbean & African‐Canadian communities within the Greater Toronto Area.

RITES for Black and African-Canadian Youth

65 Wellesley Street East, Suite 300
Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7
Tel: (416) 924-2100
Email: mail@ctys.org
Web: https://ctys.org/program/groups/rites-for-african-canadian-youth/

The RITES program at Central Toronto Youth Services (CTYS) is a culturally specific, identity development initiative that supports the empowerment of Black and African-Canadian youth between the ages of 13 and 18. RITES employs an integrated, full spectrum model of support and care so participants have access to range of coordinated mental health clinical and program supports and resources.

Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY) at CAMH

80 Workman Way
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
Tel: (416) 535-8501 (press 2)
Web: www.camh.ca/en/your-care/programs-and-services/substance-use-program-for-african-canadian-caribbean-youth

SAPACCY provides support and counselling to African and Caribbean Canadian youth who are dealing with problem substance use and mental health concerns.

Taibu Community Health Centre

27 Tapscott Road, Unit #1
Toronto, ON M1B 4Y7
Tel (Clinic): (416) 644-3536
Email: info@taibuchc.ca
Web: www.taibuchc.ca/en/home/

TAIBU Community Health Centre (CHC) is a multidisciplinary, non-for-profit, community led organization established to serve the Black Community across the Greater Toronto Area as its priority population. 

Tropicana Community Services

1385 Huntingwood Drive
Scarborough, ON M1S 3J1
Tel: (416) 439-9009
Email: info@tropicanacommunity.org
Web: www.tropicanacommunity.org

A Toronto-based multi-service organization, providing all youth, newcomers, people of Black and Caribbean heritage and others in need with opportunities and alternatives that lead to success and positive life choices. Their mission is achieved through culturally appropriate programs such as counselling, child care, educational and employment services and youth development.

Women’s Health in Women’s Hands

2 Carlton Street, Suite 500
Toronto, ON M5B 1J3
Tel: (416) 593-7655
E-mail: info@whiwh.com
Web: www.whiwh.com

The Mandate of Women’s Health in Women’s Hands (WHIWH) Community Health Centre is to provide primary healthcare to racialized women from the African, Black, Caribbean, Latin American and South Asian communities in Toronto and surrounding municipalities. They are committed to working from an inclusive feminist, pro-choice, anti-racist, anti-oppression, and multilingual participatory framework in addressing the issue of access to healthcare for our mandated priority populations encompassing age, gender, gender identity, race, class, violence, sexual orientation, religion, culture, language, disability, immigration status and socio-economic circumstances.