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AGATA Resource Centre recognizes the need for mental health care that focuses on principles of intersectionality. We at AGATA work within an anti-oppression, anti-racist framework, providing inclusive, educational, and meaningful culturally informed programming for our communities. AGATA Resource Centre is located in Scarborough, Toronto.
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For more information, please contact our program facilitator at +1(416) 546-6690 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to providing opportunities for students from secondary and post-secondary school, the chance to grow, learn and contribute to the ongoing work ARC offers in the Scarborough and Don Valley North communities. We welcome all students from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, and believe that through these intersections, we can make a difference and deliver on culturally-competent mental health promotion, social work and community development. If you have a co-op program or practicum that needs to be fulfilled, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
AT ARC, we encourage our volunteers to play an active role in our programs and services, within their capacity, allowing for a well-rounded take on community building. Our volunteers can assist our staff in facilitating programs and special events, contributing to research projects, social media and web-based programs. Through our volunteer program, ARC engages our members to help them discover new talents and skills that they may employ to create positive changes in their lives and the lives of those we serve. Our volunteers are essential to creating mentally healthy communities.
ARC welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates. We are committed to developing and supporting a workforce that is well-equipped and motivated to make a real difference in the lives of Black people affected by complex mental health issues.
We encourage applications from people with lived experience of mental health issues, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, people from LGBTQIA+ communities, and people of all ages (16 years and older). We believe in building an inclusive workforce that sees human difference as a strength and supports our vision for all Black Canadians affected by mental health issues to lead long and fulfilling lives, free from stigma and discrimination.