We are the place for young adults (ages 16 to 29) with mental health needs in Toronto

We are the place for young adults (ages 16 to 29) with mental health needs in Toronto

Stella’s Place provides free mental health services for young adults ages 16 to 29. We have a holistic menu of programs, including peer support, clinical services, employment support, wellness, art, and recovery programs. We work to help young adults learn skills, build community and be empowered to manage their own mental health.

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What Makes Us Different

Peer Support

Young adults can get guidance and coaching from those who have been there.


Young adults serve as partners, not only designing, but also delivering and evaluating our programs.


All of our services are free of charge, with many drop-in services that can be accessed day of.

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Our Programs

To limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the site at 18 Camden Street is closed. We are still offering our programming through chat, phone and online platforms.

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Our chat-based app, BeanBagChat

Download our app to chat online about whatever is on your mind. Open from 4pm to 9pm EST, Sunday to Thursday.

Download the App Link to page

“At Stella’s Place there is a community of people similar to me, a community that will keep growing, and I haven’t found that anywhere else.”


-Stella’s Place Community Member

What’s New

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Community Healing Project
Winter 2022 Cohort

Applications are open for the Community Healing Project Winter 2022 Peer Support Training Program! The deadline to submit is November 1.


More Info and Register Link to page

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Anchoring Through the Storm
2-Part Workshop

For young adults ages 16 to 29 who are interested in learning ways to Regulate Emotions, Build Resilience, and Foster Connection. This is a 2 part series happening Oct 20 and 27.


More Info and Register Link to page

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Read our latest blog post

Stay connected! Read about what we’re up to at Stella’s Place. We write about all sorts of things like our programs, fundraisers, community and much more.

Head to the Blog Link to page

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Buy a mask, support mental health

When you purchase a mask, you reduce the risk of COVID-19. When you purchase a mask at Stella’s Place, you take it one step further. A partial tax receipt is issued for each purchase.

Pick Your Design Link to page

Support Stella’s Place

Donate Link to page

Be a champion for young adult mental health today! Your gift directly benefits young adult mental health.

Give Monthly Link to page

Becoming a monthly donor is one of the best ways to provide ongoing support the work that we do here at Stella’s Place.

Organize a Fundraiser Link to page

There are so many different ways to support and raise awareness for young adult mental health!