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Province: Ontario

20 Victoria St. (Yonge St. & King St. E.), , ,

www.black-cap.com

Community Outreach Program Harm Reduction Drop-In Prevention Program Employment Program Women's Peer Support Program

Telephone000.000.0000

2555 Dixie Road East, , , , L4Y 4C4

bcanpeel.blogspot.ca

A planning and advocacy group for the Black community. Hosting of many community events.

Telephone905-608-4082

90 Burnhamthorpe Road West #408, , , , L5B 3C3

www.unitedwaypeel.org/act/community-councils/black-community...

Provision of Advice to United Way of Peel Region about services and initiatives for the Black population in Peel, Mentoring (youth); specific initiatives for the Black community

Telephone905-602-3617

393 Water Street Unit 17, , , , K9H 3LZ

Artissans' or craftpersons' exposure, sales and networking.

Telephone000.000.0000

2202 Jane St. & 1 York Gate Blvd., , ,

www.bcchc.com

Primary healthcare and services including: drop-in youth clinic, Francophone language health services, early-years programs, breastfeeding support, substance use counselling, etc.

Telephone(416) 644-3536

NO PHYSICAL LOCATION Online only, , ,

blackfamiliesandfriends.ca

Online campaign with printable posters: Together Let’s Make Every House a Home. Raises awareness and identifies allies of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in Toronto. The campaign highlights people (parents, spiri ...

Category:On-line
Telephone000.000.0000

NO PHYSICAL LOCATION, , ,

Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN) aims to empower both the individual and family unit, one at a time with the ability and knowledge to access available resources from established groups within the community.

Telephone416-566-2731

EAST YORK 305 Dawes Rd. (Victoria Park Ave. & Danforth Ave.), , ,

freedomschool.ca

Freedom School: A three week summer program, for children aged 4-10 years in the GTA. The program is designed to teach children about Black Canadian and diasporic history, to engage children in political resistance to anti-Black racism and state violen ...

Telephone(416) 752-1550

333 Sherbourne Street, , ,

soytoronto.org/programs/black-queer-youth

A weekly drop-in group for Black, Multiracial, African/Caribbean youth 29 and under who identify across the queer and trans spectrum or who are questioning their gender and/or sexuality. Celebrates Black queer and trans spectrum people’s trials and accomp ...

Telephone(416) 324-5077

TORONTO DOWNTOWN 333 Sherbourne St. (Sherbourne St. & Gerrard St.), , ,

soytoronto.org/programs/black-queer-youth

Black Queer Youth: A safe and social space to chill, learn, watch movies, learn about community resources, create zines, socialize and have a home cooked meal. Connected to other youth programs including housing and employment programs.

Telephone000.000.0000

TORONTO Workshops and events held at various locations in Toronto, , ,

www.blackwomeninmotion.ca

Workshops, programs and events, including: Consent 101, Weekend of Action Against Rape Culture.

Telephone647-448-2531

NO PHYSICAL LOCATION 24 hour Helpline:, , ,

www.blackyouth.ca

24 hour Helpline: For children, youth and parents Parental Support Programs Stay-in-School Programs

Telephone416-285-9944

2202 Jane St. & 1 York Gate Blvd., , ,

www.bcchc.com

Primary healthcare and services including: drop-in youth clinic, Francophone language health services, early-years programs, breastfeeding support, substance use counselling, etc.

Telephone(416) 644-3536

315 Traders Blvd E, Unit 11, , , , L4Z 3E4

www.bgcpeel.org/

Breakfast programs for Peel schools; homework, youth, and summer programs; recreational activities

Telephone905-712-1789
Fax905-712-1775

 

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