Self-care constitutes an essential aspect of healing and personal development, but it may not fully address the day-to-day challenges faced, such as food and shelter insecurities, coupled with financial uncertainties. In such circumstances, the significance of collective and community care becomes apparent, as they provide us with the support and opportunities to transcend mere survival and embrace a thriving existence.
Please be aware that this compilation is continually expanding, and we encourage you to share any additional resources that could prove beneficial to others via email.
For those fortunate enough to possess surplus resources, utilize these lists to determine where your contributions can make a meaningful impact.
Your healing journey is important to us and sometimes that means providing you with a referral for someone who is better situated and aligns with your need. Here is a short list of professionals that we highly recommend:
BIPOC Psychotherapist Clinic
Julia Gibran, MSW/RSW
Somatic Social Worker
Neelam Bains, Psychotherapist in training
Ria Carter, Psychotherapist in training
Fatima Saleem R.P. (Qualifying)
Multicultural, trauma-informed, and queer-affirming lens
Benjamin Landsberg, R.P. (Qualifying)
The following are a list of the Community Resource Sheets available through Access CAMH.
An exhaustive yet non-comprehensive compilation of diverse community organizations and resources focused on empowering and uplifting the Black community.
An all-encompassing yet not exhaustive compilation of diverse community organizations and resources dedicated to empowering and uplifting Indigenous peoples.