Research confirms the correlation between racism and Black mental health, suggesting those who witness or become the target of anti-Black racism may experience an adverse affect on their physical and mental health.

Throughout Black Mental Health Week 2021, plan to join us for a series of presentations, hosting Toronto’s foremost experts and to join the conversation regarding the connection between anti-Black racism and mental well-being.

TUESDAYS 7pm – 8:30pm, Starting April 13, 2021

Walking in your Power

4-WEEK Workshop Series

Facilitation by:
Brittany Creighton, BSW, MSW, RSW

Topics Covered:

  • Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships       
  • Respect/Boundaries
  • Effective Communication/ Love Languages
  • Empathy, Compassion and Vulnerability
  • Exercises/ Practices

Registration required. 10 Spots Available.
Target group: Young Adults 18 – 29 years   

Concerns? Contact Renee:
(437) 347 – 4477

Starting April 13

Walking in your Power

This education/information workshop experience will span over 4 consecutive weeks, 1 session per week. Weekly participation is encouraged and the weekly space will be a closed-group with no new members joining after week 1.

Each session will focus on sharing information and tools to support participants impacted by abuse to cope with strong feelings and experiences that impact their mental health and wellbeing.

Target Group:

for this workshop series are women who identify as Black, 18+ years, ready to participate in a group space and connected or waitlisted to be seen by  a Case Worker/Social Worker/Counsellor.

Registration is required and must be done for the client by the Service Provider. Up to 10 spots available.