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accessing mental health support in toronto

Support and help are available when you need to talk. We offer mental health support here at Planned Parenthood Toronto (see below), however we do not provide immediate crisis support, so we have collected information about mental health supports in Toronto. We hope you find these resources useful. If you are experiencing a mental health or physical health emergency, please call 911 or head to your nearest hospital emergency room.


The first step in accessing counselling support is to schedule a phone consultation. Call the clinic at (416) 961-0113 or check out our appointments page for full hours.

PPT is here for you

Whatever’s on your mind – from gender identity and sexual orientation, to trauma or feelings like worry, sadness and anger – you don’t have to deal with it alone. We will work through it with you. Our therapists can help you identify your strengths and develop the tools you use to cope. Destigmatizing, no shame.

what we offer

  • individual counselling
  • relationship counselling
  • group counselling

what’s on your mind

We offer free support for clients with challenges including, but not limited to:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • self-esteem
  • experiences of trauma
  • relationship challenges
  • boundary setting
  • tobacco counselling
  • life transitions
  • the impacts of homophobia, transphobia, racism, sexism, and other structural oppression
  • support with struggles relating to identity, sexual orientation, and gender identities

getting started

The first step in accessing counselling support is to schedule a phone consultation, where one of our Case Coordinators will help you talk through your situation and figure out what types of support services might best meet your goals and needs. After consulting with the mental health team, your Case Coordinator will follow-up with you to talk about options and find out from you what sounds like the best fit for you.

Please note that the length of our waiting list changes regularly, but it is currently around six months long.

life resources

To access Life Resources at PPT, call the clinic at (416) 961-0113 and request an appointment with the Case Coordinator, or check out our appointments page for full hours.

what are life resources?

Our Life Resources program, also known as Case Coordination, helps you find support for the social determinants of health (including income, education, employment, food security, housing, social inclusion, etc.)

We provide resources and external referrals to services including, but not limited to:

  • shelter and housing help
  • employment services
  • social assistance
  • food banks
  • legal aid
  • pregnancy options
  • parenting supports
  • immigration and settlement

how does it work?

A Life Resources Case Coordinator can provide resources, support, and referrals to external services. We can also provide support and advocacy as you navigate health and social services.

If you are wondering if Case Coordinator support is right for you, you can contact the Case Coordinator or the front desk staff for more information.