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.
What Makes Us Different
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.
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.
“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
Get Reel Film Fest, June 6–10, 2022
We are back for the second year — bigger and better, with a rich and varied programme that will spark conversations about mental health, encourage reflection and help-seeking and celebrate the artistic talent of our community.
Free Workshop with TIFF
We’re teaming up with TIFF for an interactive workshop about telling personal stories with care and emotional vulnerability as a source of creative inspiration. In-person at TIFF on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:00 PM.
Support Stella’s Place
Be a champion for young adult mental health today! Your gift directly benefits young adult mental health.
Becoming a monthly donor is one of the best ways to provide ongoing support the work that we do here at Stella’s Place.