West Toronto Youth Wellness Hub

Welcome to the West Toronto Youth Wellness Hub!

In April 2022, Yorktown’s West Toronto Youth Hub was designated a Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario (YWHO) site. The West Toronto Youth Wellness Hub offers low barrier access to a wide range of high quality, responsive services for youth in West Toronto aged 12 to 25.

We are a safe, welcoming space offering integrated youth services for mental health care, substance use support, and more. These services are free of charge, available on walk-in or appointment, and no health card is required.

Get to know the Toronto West hub!

West Toronto


1541 Jane Street
North York ON M9N 2R3

Hours Of Operation

  • Monday 9 am – 5 pm
  • Tuesday 9 am – 8 pm
  • Wednesday 9 am – 8 pm
  • Thursday* 9 am – 5 pm
  • Friday 9 am – 5 pm

*Unison building is open until 8:30 pm, but walk-in and staff finish at 5 pm.

Virtual Rapid Access Therapy Hours & Contact

  • Limited virtual services are available during walk-in hours by calling 416-669-3521.
  • Virtual sessions are also available on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Please call 416-669-3521.


For more information please contact:
Neeli Grewal
Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario – West Toronto Manager
neelig [at] yorktownfamilyservices.com (subject: Inquiry%20YWHO%20website) (neelig[at]yorktownfamilyservices[dot]com )

Address: Jane Street Hub, 1541 Jane Street, Toronto ON M9N 2R3
Tel 416-645-7575 ext. 2911
Fax 416-240-9042

Social media: 
Instagram: @westtorontoyouthhub 
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Twitter: @YorktownFamily 
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Our hub works with local service providers to provide mental health and substance use support, primary health care, education and employment help, housing support, peer support, and other social and community programming.

Outside of our clinical health services, we offer additional social and well-being programs and services to support youth and caregivers, such as:

  • Care Navigation: The West Toronto Youth Wellness Hub Care Navigator help youth and their caregivers in accessing services both internally within the hub and externally with partner organizations.
  • “Hey Girl…” Youth Mentorship Program: A weekly group mentorship program designed for youth aged 14-18 yrs who identify as female to talk about life and topics like body image, self care, and empowerment.
  • B.L.A.C.: Supporting Black-identified children and youth involved with child welfare, at risk of care, or are leaving care and transitioning back to family or into the community.
  • Connect 4 - Youth Mentorship Program: A group mentorship programs for youth develop and enhance  life skills and leadership skills while attaining individual goals with the support of a mentor.
  • Rainbow West: A youth-led 2SLGBTQ+ program that provides a safe environment for youth to engage in pro-social activities, lead community initiatives, capacity building, and peer support.
  • Rapid Access Therapy: This is no cost, barrier-free mental health counselling services offered virtually and in-person. 
  • Supporting Young Families: A parental education and awareness program for parents and/or expecting parents under the age of 29 with children between the ages of 0 to 6.
  • Youth Mentorship Program: Empowers and improves mental health outcomes of young people between the ages of 12-25 through one-to-one and group mentoring.

Our Local Partners

  • Canadian Centre for Accreditation
  • United Way Greater Toronto
  • City of Toronto
  • Government of Ontario
  • Local Crisis Supports
  • RBC Foundation
  • Bell Let’s Talk
  • Minister of Children, Community and Social Services
  • CMHO

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