Child, Youth and Family Program, Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth
|Social Media||Website: www.camh.ca/en/hospital/care_program_and_services/child_youth_and_family_program/Pages/guide_sapaccy.aspx|
|Office Phone||College St 416-535-8501 ext 36767;|
|Address||80 Workman Way S, 6th floor|
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
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|Located In Community||Toronto|
|Intersection||Queen and Ossington|
|Mailing Address||c/o Lew Golding |
80 Workman Way, 6th fl.
Toronto, On M6J 1H4
|Description||Provides support and counselling to Black youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance misuse. Programs offered include: |
One-on-one therapy assists youth in reducing harm, moving toward recovery and making the best choices for themselves and their family.
Offers separate group therapy for youth and their parents.
Early Intervention and Prevention
Works with community groups across Toronto to teach people about the effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on their bodies, their lives and their communities.
Counselling; assessment; consultation; family support; referrals; community-based groups for youth; parent support; community presentations on alcohol, other drugs and mental health; advocacy for youth.
|Areas Served||Greater Toronto Area ; Peel Region|
|Eligibility||Ages: 13 year(s) - 24 year(s)|
|Application||Youth may call SAPACCY themselves, or they may be referred by family members or professionals; if referral was made on behalf of a youth, the youth must call to confirm the referral|
|Fees||None - Covered by OHIP|
|Primary Contact||Lew Golding, Manager; Phone: 416-565-8501 ext 36767; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Name||CAMH ; CAMH SAPACCY|
|Funding||Provincial - MOH|
|Service Level||(30) Provincial Government|
|Subjects||Addictions ; African community ; Assessments ; Children ; Counselling ; Family support ; Group therapy ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Outreach ; Parenting support ; West Indian community ; Youth|
|Broader Terms||Age groups ; Cultural communities ; Disorders ; Family support ; Health ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Psychotherapy|