The Community Crisis Response Program (CCRP) works across Toronto providing support and resources to communities impacted by violent and traumatic incidents. By providing immediate supports, the CCRP mobilizes local resources to address individual/group needs, coordinates community debriefings and facilitates information sharing. Long-term supports offered by the program include establishing training and education sessions, facilitating community safety audits, and fostering the development of innovative, community safety projects.
About the Program:
|NAME||POSITION, NUMBER, EMAIL|
|Community Development Officer (Etobicoke)
|Kevin Bourne||Community Development Officer (Etobicoke)
|Community Development Officer (North York)
|Community Development Officer (Scarborough)
|Stephanie Mazerolle||Community Development Officer (Toronto)
|Matthew Dewar||Community Development Officer (East York)
|Name and Agency||Phone #|
|Toronto Police Services (EMERGENCY)||911|
|Toronto Police Services (Non-Emergency)||416-808 2222|
|City of Toronto –
|Toronto Community Housing||416-981-5500
|What’s Up Walk In Youth 13-29yrs
Free Walk-In Mental Health Counselling. No fee. No appointment.
No Health Card. Six locations across Toronto.
|Toronto Public Health – Community Support Team||416-338-7600|
|Victim Services Toronto
Victim Services Toronto provides 24/7 Immediate Crisis Response, intervention and prevention services which are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities affected by crime and sudden tragedies.
|Province of Ontario||416-325-3265
|Crisis Outreach Services for Seniors||416-640-1459|
Crime Stoppers takes anonymous information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Calls are not recorded and Crime Stoppers does not have call display, guaranteeing your identity remains anonymous. People providing information will be given a secret code number. You will never be asked to identify yourself or testify in court.
|Toronto Distress Centre
Provides 24-hour telephone support, 365 days a day. Offer round the clock response to those experiencing emotional distress or in need of crisis intervention and suicide prevention. They also provide face to face support and counselling to people dealing with the effects of suicide and homicide.
|Kids Help Phone Line
When young people reach out for help, either by phone or online. Kids Help Phone is there for them with the immediate, caring, professional, anonymous help and hope they need and deserve. Kids Help Phone doesn’t trace calls or IP addresses, and they don’t use call display.
The Gerstein Centre provides crisis intervention to adults, living in the City of Toronto. The Centre provides supportive counselling for immediate, crisis issues and referrals to other services for on-going, non-crisis issues. Our service is a community mental health service and is non-medical.
|crisis line, 416-929-5200
referral line 416-929-9897
|Shelter Assessment and Referral Centre
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