Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Child, Youth and Family Program, Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth

Record #: CMH0161
Last Modified: 30 May 2019
Last Full Update: 30 May 2019

Record Details

Social Media Website: https://www.camh.ca/en/your-care/programs-and-services/substance-use-program-for-african-canadian-caribbean-youth
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Description & Services

Alternate Name CAMH ; CAMH SAPACCY
Description SAPACCY provides services to African and Caribbean Canadian youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance use and mental health concerns. The SAPACCY team works from a cultural competence lens to help Black youth work through mental health and addiction concerns. Our programs offer mental health and addictions counselling and support in accessing resources to assist youth and their families/caregivers in reducing harm, moving toward recovery, and making the best choices for themselves and their family. 
To access the service please contact the centralized intake service, Access CAMH at 416-535-8501, press 2
Hours Mon-Fri 9am-6:30pm
Dates All year
Areas Served Greater Toronto Area ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 13 year(s) - 24 year(s)
Application Referrals are accepted from clients and/or community physicians and professionals. 
New referrals can be faxed to Access CAMH (416 979-6815) using the CAMH referral form.
Fees None - Covered by OHIP
Languages English

Contact Information

Address & Map
80 Workman Way S, 6th floor
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
Intersection Queen St and Ossington Ave
Mailing Address 80 Workman Way, 6th fl. 
Toronto, On M6J 1H4
Office Phone Access CAMH at 416-535-8501, press 2
Fax 416-583-1235
Website https://www.camh.ca/en/your-care/programs-and-services/substance-use-program-for-african-canadian-caribbean-youth

Other Details

Print Material Brochures
Established 1996
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