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Facilitating New Beginnings

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our services

For Adults

AGATA Resource Centre provides community and connection for adults struggling with their mental health. We also support the family and friends who care about them. AT ARC you can choose from a range of support services, including mental health education and resources, community forums and events, referral support and workshops. Our team and support services will help you manage your mental health while building connections with your community.


Mental Health in the Workplace

Poor mental health is one of the main reasons why people miss work. Our mental health training is an affordable way to encourage mental wellbeing in your organization. Through our consultancy and training sessions, we at AGATA Resource Centre will provide your organization with the education, tools and resources needed to create a mental health strategy, meet the needs of your teams and staff at all levels, and build or improve on any strategies currently in place.

Raising awareness of workplace mental health has never been more important. Whoever you are and whatever you do for work, we’re here to support you.

This program is part of our Speaker Engagement service. Please contact us for more.

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Seniors Circle

AGATA Resource Centre’s Senior’s Circle Day Program (SCDP) is designed to provide a supportive environment for racialized seniors residing in the Greater Toronto area through the delivery of client-centered services. We bring together isolated seniors who want to improve their overall wellbeing, learn new things, and make friends.

Our social recreation program and support services are geared to helping seniors maintain their mental health and well-being, and optimize their independence.

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Mental Health 101

It’s important to remember that mental health is more than just mental illness, it is our overall state of wellbeing, including both positive and negative emotions. Talking about mental illness can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. These conversations are often the most important discussions to have. 

Our Mental Health 101 program provides an open table to voice any questions or concerns you might have about mental health conditions. Whether you’re learning about mental health, a mental health professional, or would just like to know more, we’re happy to help!

This program is part of our Speaker Engagement service. Please contact us for more.

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New Beginnings

Are you looking for help, but don’t know where to get started?

Finding mental health services that are appropriate for you and your unique situation can be a daunting task that leaves you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, discouraged and defeated.  Now you don’t have to do it all on your own.

AGATA Resource Centre offers one-on-one referral service consultations that will find you the best, most culturally appropriate, affordable, and timely treatment. Our referral specialists are trained to help people navigate the mental health care system by explaining the eligibility process, the role of the different agencies, and suggesting possible options that will help you overcome your mental wellness challenges. We work directly with various agencies and practitioners in order to cut waiting times and set you on the right path to recovery.

Programs Customer Service

Hours of Operations:
Monday to Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays – TBD
Sundays – Closed

(416) 546-6690

For Your Information:

These services are not designed for acute mental health crises, nor do we offer clinical or therapeutic support. If you are in imminent harm or danger, please call 1.833.456.4566, text 45645, or visit www.crisisservicescanada.ca.

Interested in joining us and your community?

To sign up for our programs or service, contact the Programs Customer Service at services@agataresourcecentre.com, or click here for our Sign-up form.