Home at Last: Welcome to the new Stella's Place
And that’s a wrap!
Our new home at 54 Wolseley is complete
We have the keys and the certificate and a $13.8 million capital campaign wrapped up. Our new home on 54 Wolseley Street is ready to be occupied. 12,000 square feet of vibrant, welcoming space waiting to be personalized and transformed by young people.
More Than Bricks & Mortar
Stella’s Place at 54 Wolseley will be a a vital healing hub with:
Vibrant, open spaces bathed in natural light, uplifting the senses and fostering a spirit of hope
Natural materials and green space, soothing the body and grounding the mind
Unobstructed sightlines and intuitive building navigation, promoting a sense of ease and belonging
Modern technology and multi-media resources, supporting the spectrum of young adult learning styles and enhancing experiential healing
Inclusive, barrier-free design, respecting the dignity of all individuals
Multi-function room design, accommodating our wide menu of current and future programs
Fully equipped community and teaching kitchens, encouraging sharing and holistic wellness
Comfortable and flexible work space for staff, expanding our ability to create, collaborate, innovate and grow
Canada’s mental health system is failing young adults. Emergency rooms are over-whelmed and ill-suited to treating young people for their mental health struggles. Untreated mental illness is debilitating, and all too frequently has tragic consequences.
By age 25, approximately
1 in 5
Canadians will have
developed a mental illness.
will receive appropriate
Suicide is the
health related cause of death
for people between the ages
of 15 and 24
At Stella’s Place, we have designed and are delivering a solution that is responsive to the needs of young adults while relieving the strain on hospitals.
Stella’s Place is keeping young people out of emergency departments and costly inpatient services, saving Ontario $2.75M in direct costs annually.
Employment participation outcomes save an additional $2.88M in social assistance payments, while increasing provincial income tax payments by $232,000.
We have outgrown our leased space at 18 Camden Street and must relocate—or risk turning away young adults in need. A newer, larger and permanent flagship location will reassure our young adult participants that Stella’s Place is here to stay.
The Building for Mental Health Capital Campaign is an unprecedented opportunity for you to make a significant impact on our young people, our city, and our country for generations to come.
Show Young Adults They Matter
We have a shared responsibility to ensure our next generation gets the crucial help they need at a critical time in their lives.
Supporting the Building for Mental Health Campaign is one of the most visionary investments you can make. Together we will build the future of mental health, today.
You can choose to have a profound impact on countless young adult lives. With a gift to the Building for Mental Health campaign you will join a group of visionaries and city builders who are taking matters into their own hands and are actively shaping the future of mental health for our young people.