Language & Accessibility Resources

Filter the table by the following categories:

Accessibility

Multiple languages:
Arabic
Armenian
Cantonese
Korean
Mandarin
Tamil
Farsi
French
Hindi

Legend: $ fees may apply.

Service Unit or
Department
Resource
Category
Contact
Information
DescriptionAvailable Languages
211 Toronto CentralHealth & Dental, Mental Health, Family, RecreationCall 211 (local calls). Text 2166 (M-F 2-9 pm). Live chat (M-F, 2-9 pm).This website of over 20,000 community, health, social, and related government services is a reliable resource for anyone looking for human services in Toronto. Searchable by language.Multiple languages
ConnexOntarioHealth & Dental, Mental Health1-866-531-2600 (24/7)Provides access to addiction, mental health, and problem gambling services. Service in multiple languages (interpreters available).Multiple languages
Family Counselling Services of PeelMental Health, CommunityExtended hours for walk-in services. Visit our website for details.Free walk-in counselling is available without having to book an appointment. Meet with our professional and qualified multicultural staff for support, advocacy, and referrals to other available services.Multiple languages
Multicultural Women Against RapeSafety, Community416-597-8808
(24/7/365)
Free 24/7 crisis line with private and confidential crisis intervention and support services. LGBTQ Safe Space.Multiple languages
My SSPMental Health, International StudentsCall 1-844-451-9700 or visit our website to learn more and to download the app (24/7). My SSP support via phone or chat is available in many languages and their counsellors have experience supporting the unique challenges international students face.Multiple languages,
Arabic,
French,
Korean,
Spanish
Ontario Victim Support LineSafety, Community1-888-579-288 and 416-314-2447
(24/7/365).
The Victim Support Line (VSL) is a multilingual telephone service that provides information for victims of crime about services available throughout Ontario.Multiple languages
Schlifer ClinicSafety, Community416-323-9149
(24/7/365)
The Barbra Schlifer Clinic offers legal representation, professional counselling, and multilingual interpretation to women who have experienced abuse.Multiple languages
Talk4HealingMental Health, Safety, Community1-855-554-HEAL (4325). 24 hours talk, text, chat. A helpline by Indigenous women for Indigenous women. Free and confidential, 14 Indigenous languages, English and French.Multiple languages,
Indigenous (various)
East Metro Youth ServicesMental Health, Community1200 Markham Road (at Ellesmere), 2nd floor, 416-438-3697 ext. 360.
Extended hours for walk-in services. Visit our website for details.
Offers “What’s up? Walk-In,” a free counselling service for youth and their families. Parents with children and those 24 and younger can access free mental health services — no health card required.Arabic,
Armenian,
Cantonese,
French,
Hindi,
Mandarin,
Urdu
Family Services TorontoMental Health, CommunityVarious locations. Extended hours for walk-in services. Visit our website. To book an appointment, call 416-595-9618.Offers both free walk-in counselling and by-appointment counselling for individuals, families, and couples. 

$ For longer-term counselling, fees charged on sliding scale, depending on service.
Farsi,
French,
Spanish,
Tagalog,
Tamil
Accessibility Services (UTSG)Accessibility455 Spadina Avenue, 4th floor, suite 400,
416-978-8060.
Provides academic accommodations and supports to assist students during a master’s and doctoral degree program. Register with AS to request accommodations.
Accessibility Services (UTSC)AccessibilityRoom S302 (Science Building), 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough,
416-287-7560.
Provides individualized services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition.
Accessibility Services (UTM)Accessibility2037 Davis Building, 905-569-4699.Provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a temporary or permanent and documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability, or medical condition.