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Mission Statement
We work collaboratively with consumer/survivors and families to improve lives through information, networking, self-help, mutual support, and partnership. All programs and services, including volunteer-delivered programs, are delivered by people who identify as having direct personal experience of mental health extremes and/or homelessness and/or people who identify as psychiatric consumer/survivors as part of our peer support philosophy.

The Central LHIN in partnership with the City of Toronto are working to better understand the needs and gaps related to health care services in North York West planning area (see map in survey link below).  The objectives of the initiative are:

• To develop long-term solutions for the gaps in health care services in North York West planning area. • To gather information to inform recommendations to improve equitable access to health care services for residents living in the North York West planning area. • To gather information that can be disseminated to health service providers that serve the North York West planning area to better inform future planning and service delivery.

Purpose of the Survey To obtain input and perspectives from the residents and users of health care services living in the North York West planning area on their preferred location for healthcare services and models of health care service delivery.

 Please click the following link to complete the survey:  ​https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NYW_CLHIN

If you have any questions or concerns in regards to completing the survey, please contact, Christelle Bony Christelle.bony@lhins.on.ca or 905-948-1872, ext.224

 Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important. Note that the survey will close at 12noon on Monday August 8, 2016.
The Krasman Centre was a proud participant in the York Region Pride Parade. 2016 was the sixteenth year of pride celebrations in York Region, home of Canada’s largest regional Pride Week Festival. pride parade 2016 2 pride parade 2016 3 pride parade 2016 4pride parade 2016 The hand prints are all from different people supporting Pride

***Please note the power point presentations from this conference can be found on our website under the “Becoming a Peer Support Worker” tab

The Krasman Centre is please to announce our upcoming conference with Keynote Speaker Mary O’Hagan.

When:  Tuesday, April 26, 2016 from 9am to 4pm

Where:  Newmarket Community Centre ~ 200 Doug Duncan Dr. Newmarket

Cost: $50 + tax, lunch is provided

Registration closes April 18, 2016 ~ space is limited!

Please click this link for more information Mary O’Hagan invite

Register here:  Mary O’Hagan Registration

***Please note the Krasman Centre Alliston drop-in location will be closed for that day

Acknowledgments & Accreditation

The Krasman Centre is generously funded by:

Funded in part through The Regional Municipality of York

Proudly Awarded Primer Accreditation through Accreditation Canada!

Important Announcements

The Krasman Centre is pleased to announce our recent success in attaining the Accreditation Primer Award with Accreditation Canada. Through the hard work and dedication of the Krasman Centre's Staff and Board of Directors we are able to move forward towards Accreditation Qmentum.

Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service

The Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service is now 24 hours per day, 7 days per week Call 1-888-777-0979

Contact Information

Main Office (Richmond Hill)

10121 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, ON
L4C 1T7
tel: 905-780-0491
fax: 905-780-1960

Satellite Office (Alliston)

17 Paris Street
Alliston, ON
L9R 1J3
tel: 705-435-0054
fax: 705-435-6340

Toll Free: 1-888-780-0724

LOFT Crosslinks partnership (Newmarket)

102 Main Street S
Newmarket, ON
L3Y 3Y7
Hours of Operation