Everyone deserves to feel well

More Torontonians are seeking mental health supports than ever before.

Your gift will allow CMHA Toronto to assist people experiencing mental health issues, including support for their families and caregivers.

Here's how donations and funding were put to work last year:

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individuals served
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families served in the Family Outreach & Response Program
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attendees at public education workshops.
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requests for information and support answered
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of clients agreed the services they’ve received helped them deal more effectively with life challenges
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clients agree that the services are of high quality
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of housing clients have more than 12 months housing tenure
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attendance at CMHA Toronto’s social support programs

Your donation helps provide accessible, quality mental health care programs and services for people in Toronto. Give today.

Did you know?

CMHA Toronto is a proud partner in the Toronto Community Crisis Service pilot, a new community-led service which dispatches trained teams of crisis workers to respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. It is a non-police response to mental health crisis calls and well-being checks.
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dispatch requests for support
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clients participated and accessed follow-up supports
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follow-up visits within 48 hours of crisis call

Support programs that promote recovery and encourage positive mental health for all. Give today.

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West Office
700 Lawrence Ave W,
Suite #480 Toronto,
ON M6A 3B4

East Office
1200 Markham Rd,
Suite #500 Scarborough,
ON M1H 3C3

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