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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.

Directory of Self-Help and Mutual Aid Groups in York Region ~ 2013 Edition

USING THIS DIRECTORY

Welcome to the 2013 edition of the Directory of Self-Help and Mutual Aid Groups in York Region. In this edition, you will see that some groups that you saw in the last edition (2006 Edition) are no longer meeting, regrettably, but for a variety of reasons and that some of the groups names have changed. However, you will also see the creation of a few new and unique groups since the last edition.

The Directory is meant to serve as a comprehensive guide to the self-help community and as a useful tool for linking individuals with appropriate self-help resources. You will not only see self-help groups in the pure sense, but also groups that may perhaps be in the transition from a professionally-led group to a peer-led group, hybrid groups (a blend of both forms of support) or some support groups that are professionally-facilitated but allow for some group support amongst members. Groups that are professionally facilitated by service providers are identified with a *P after the group’s name.

For the full directory please click the following link:

Self-help directory York Region 2013

Acknowledgments & Accreditation
The Krasman Centre is generously funded by:

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Proudly Awarded Primer Accreditation through Accreditation Canada!
Important Announcements & Facebook Links

We would like to thank you, the local community, for your support to the Krasman Centre over the years. Your generous donations have made a big difference for people in our community dealing with mental health and addictions challenges.

This holiday season we are asking people for donations of new items in order to assemble mental health "wellness kits". Items may include: stress balls, pens, coloured pencils and markers, adult colouring books, modelling clay, small candles, chocolate, journals, doodle pads, or any other items that would be helpful for reducing stress and promoting emotional wellness.

Also, we always in need of and welcome donations of personal care items.

Donations can be dropped off at the Krasman Centre, 10121 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill. Please feel free to contact us for our hours and for more information: 905-780-0491.

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Richmond Hill facebook page

Alliston facebook page

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
map

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

Richmond Hill