This website includes an interactive tool for testing your own implicit biases for 15 different implicit biases.
Across Boundaries provides equitable, inclusive, and holistic mental health and addiction services for racialized people across the Greater Toronto Area. Across Boundaries acknowledges the impact of racism and anti-Black racism on mental health. We believe in empowering individuals to take control of their health in their healing journeys.
FAMHAS outreach programs and educational sessions provide information and resources to help eliminate stereotypes and stigma about mental health and addiction in the black community. Through these sessions, they are able to open the doors to have conversations about mental health, redefine what it is, and share knowledge to clarify misconceptions.
This document gives some important reasons why Black Canadians experience barriers to accessing mental health care, and considerations for improving inequalities in accessing that care.
Tropicana offers culturally aware and supportive programs to those in need, including but not limited to counseling, settlement services, childcare, education, personal development, and employment services, with a predominant focus on the Caribbean, Black, and African communities of Toronto.
SAPACCY provides support and counseling to African and Caribbean Canadian youth who are dealing with problem substance use and mental health concerns.
Grief is a direct impact of racism and intersectional violence, this article provides 8 methods for Black people to support themselves through grief.