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How to Get Connected to Our Programs During COVID-19 Social Distancing Time Period 

As a means of limiting the circulation of the COVID-19 virus and to help protect those that are most vulnerable, the site at 18 Camden Street is closed. 

Although our physical space is closed at the moment Stella’s Place is still offering our programming through chat, phone and online platforms. Please check out our program list below to find out more about what is available. You can also contact us by email [email protected] or call us 416-461-2345 x 0 in order to learn more about the services available to you. 


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Accessing Services- book an initial appointment

If you are interested in exploring what programs may be helpful for you and are interested in learning more about how we can support you, an appointment with one of our Access team members may be a helpful starting point.

You will notice that many of our programs do NOT require a formal registration and can be accessed the same day. These programs are found under the “drop-in programs” section of this page. Programs that do require an appointment with our access team before they can be accessed are found under the “registered programs” section of this page. 

During this time of social distancing appointments will be held over the phone with one of our Access team members.

If you would like to meet with one of our Access team members to learn more about how we can support you and complete an intake for registered program please click the link below and complete the online form. Once submitted a Stella’s Place team member will be in contact with you.

Click here to complete the online form to request an appointment.


Please note that our facilities are not currently wheelchair accessible. 





November 2020

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
  • Contact Access for info on remote services (416-461-2345) or [email protected]
  • Intake Appointments Available
  • Drop-In Counselling via phone/online
  • Online Chat Via BeanBagChat App
  • Contact Access for info on remote services (416-461-2345) or [email protected]
  • Intake Appointments Available
  • Drop-In Counselling via phone/online
  • Online Chat Via BeanBagChat App
  • Contact Access for info on remote services (416-461-2345) or [email protected]
  • Intake Appointments Available
  • Drop-In Counselling via phone/online
  • Online Chat Via BeanBagChat App
  • Contact Access for info on remote services (416-461-2345) or [email protected]
  • Intake Appointments Available
  • Drop-In Counselling via phone/online
  • Online Chat Via BeanBagChat App
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November 12, 2020
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November 17, 2020

Drop in Services

No registration or intake required


Our Cafe space is currently closed due to COVID-19 and you can still connect and get peer support! Download our free Bean Bag Chat App to connect live with one of our Peer Supporters. You can get support during our extended COVID-19 social distancing hours Mon-Thur 12pm-9pm and Friday and Sunday 4pm-9pm

Drop-In Virtual Counselling

Thursdays 3:00pm-6:00pm

Are you looking to speak to a counsellor and get individual support? Call us on Tuesday or Thursday to book a same day counselling appointment. You can reach our Access team to book at 416-461-2345 or email us at [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions about Drop-In Virtual Counselling

Stella's Studio

Wednesdays 4pm-5pm

Stella’s Studio is an arts-based community. It is a welcoming space where peers can create and share art, including drawing, writing, painting, improv and music; experiment with new ideas, and help lead activities and creative sharing.

Studio is still being offered during social distancing! You can join a chat based group or join us live, online on Wednesdays from 4-5pm Contact Anmol for more information about the chat based version- [email protected]. Contact our Access team on Wednesday’s via phone 416-461-2345 or [email protected] to get a spot in our live online group.

DBT Refresh

Monday (starting May 24th)

DBT Refresh will be running via Zoom for four weeks from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays starting Monday May 25th.   The intention of Refresh is to give DBT grads an opportunity to share how the skills have been impacting our lives since finishing the group. This is NOT a skills-teaching group (prior DBT program completion is required of all participants) but rather an opportunity to hear how other people have been using DBT and/or seek support from fellow peers. If you have examples/scenarios from your life that are related to the skills we are covering this week, feel free to bring them along! We welcome both mindful sharing and supportive listening here.

In order to register, please contact our Access team on the day of DBT Refresh Please contact us via phone at 416-461-2345 and press 0 to connect.

Yoga Group

Tuesdays 3:30-5pm

**On Hold** Yoga is on hold at the moment due to COVID-19

Classes include a 10 minute group check-in and check-out with a peer supporter and an hour of beginner yoga. All mats and props provided by Lululemon. Meet at 3:30pm in the Stella’s Place cafe, sign up at front desk. Availability is first-come, first-served. Contact our team  for more information [email protected]

BeanBag Chat App

Online Peer Support App

COVID-19 social distancing hours Mon-Thur 4pm-9pm and Sunday 4pm-9pm

Get some individual support from one of our peer support staff online. Download the free app in the app store for iPhone or Android.

Other Programs

By appointment – no intake required


Consult a Doctor

By appointment

Our Family Doctor is still seeing folks remotley!

Talk with a doctor familiar with mental health. Ask about general health, mental health, sexual health, chronic illnesses, or anything you’d see a doctor for! To book an appointment please contact: [email protected]

One-to-One Peer Support

By appointment -Speak with a staff member to learn more

You can still connect with our Peer Supporters remotley!

The individual peer support program offers participants an invitation to receive intentional peer support services from one of our Peer Supporters. In this program, Participants work collaboratively with Peer Supporters who intentionally draw from their lived experience to support participants’ mental health. This program is intended to help increase independence, enhance coping strategies, help participants navigate through various Stella’s Place programming and offer support while participants on a waitlist for registered programming.


Friday’s by appointment

Remote appointments are available!  

Are you looking to consult with a psychiatrist? Give us a call at 416-461-2345 or email us at [email protected] to learn more about how you can book an appointment with out psychiatrist. 

Pre-Employment Specialist

Wednesday 1-3  by appointment

Remote appointments are available! 

Looking for some employment help? Lisa Baker is our resident pre-employment specialist, joining us from the YMCA. Lisa is welcoming, non-judgmental, friendly, and is committed to meeting folks where they are at. To request an appointment with Lisa or learn more about what she can do to help you with your employment, please give us a call at 416-461-2345 or email us at [email protected]



Registered Programming

** Intake Appointment Required**


Wednesdays, 3-5pm. Registration for future groups is open. 

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a peer-facilitated wellness program that helps you be in charge of your mental health recovery. WRAP discusses concepts like hope, education, peer support, self-determination and self advocacy. Along with a variety of activities and group discussions, participants will develop a wellness toolbox and action plans around triggers, identify signs of crisis and develop a crisis plan.

Individual Counselling

Monday-Friday by appointment. Participants will meet with the same clinician for 6 consecutive sessions that take place every 1 to 2 weeks. Sessions are 50 minutes long.

The short term individual counselling approach at Stella’s Place is integrative drawing primarily from Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT). FACT is a brief version of  Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and is an effective treatment for many mental health challenges. In a FACT approach, participants are viewed as “stuck, not broken”and treatment targets one primary issue, which is collaboratively selected by participant and clinician. Clinicians introduce experiential interventions during sessions to increase participant awareness, skillfulness, and encourage application beyond sessions. FACT supports individuals in taking values-based actions while coping flexibly and effectively with difficult challenges, thoughts, memories, and emotions.

DBT Skills

Mondays & Wednesdays, 1-3pm. Registration for future groups is open.

Learn to apply Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Skills to your life. You will learn how to identify and cope with your emotions, how to manage difficult situation, and how to build communication skills with family and friends.

Skills for Safer Living

Thursdays, 12:30-2:30 pm. Registration for future groups is open. 

The Skills for Safer Living group focuses on living life more safely. It offers skills to help participants learn to identify needs, regulate emotions, problem solve when distressed, and improve one’s effectiveness in relationships. This program invites the participant to consider engaging with life and consider thinking about the future differently. The participant will also learn to name their moments of control when they find themselves in a moment of emotional crisis. What makes the group unique is the understanding that every participant in the room identifies as a suicide attempt survivor and wants to live a safer, more meaningful life. 

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