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South Asian Canadians Health and Social Services - SACHSS Mental Health Services

Health education and promotion, mental health treatment and counselling, violence prevention, outreach and awareness

  • diabetes, hypertension, heart disease prevention programs
  • court mandated treatment including individual and group counselling for impaired driving, violence, anger management
  • HIV/AIDS support and counselling, and sexual health promotion
  • LGBTQ health and welfare programs
  • education, recreation and support programs for seniors
  • education and life skills programs for women and youth
  • counselling, support and housing help for individuals who are homeless


SACHSS Suicide Prevention Helpline, 988
Partner in 24/7 national suicide prevention and mental health support helpline; call or text Mon-Sun 24 hours

SACHSS Distress Helpline, 437-254-2794, 647-523-6380, 416-863-0511
Telephone support for emotional or mental health issues, including depression

Mental Health and Addiction Programs
Family program includes individual, group and family counselling, stress management, addiction management

  • support for families affected by a loved one's substance use and mental health issues
  • prevention supports


Partner Assault Response (PAR)
12 week group education and counselling program on domestic violence and non-abusive ways of resolving conflict; supports for victims/partners of offenders, including safety planning, referrals to community resources, and information on offender's progress

Application

Call for appointment;, self referrals accepted as well as referrals from physicians, hospitals, legal system, lawyers, agencies and organizations, and family and friends

Eligibility

Open to all Residency Requirements: Most services Greater Toronto Area; 988 national service

Languages

Physical Access

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Fees

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