WHO WE SERVE
Griffin Centre serves youth and adults with mental health challenges and/or developmental disabilities who need help in dealing with a range of mental health needs and concerns at home, at school and in the community who live in the City of Toronto.
Youth, parents, guardians and other services providers, such as teachers or health care professionals, can arrange for services by calling Griffin Centre at (416) 222-1153 and asking to speak with an Intake Worker.
Griffin Centre staff and programs address a broad range of issues including:
- Conflict with family, peers or others
- Problems at school and/or in the community
- Depression or other mental health concerns
- Drug and/or alcohol abuse
- Sexual abuse
- discrimination and/or harassment counselling
- Sexual orientation (gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans-gendered)
- Conflict with the law
- Developmental Disabilities
If we are not the appropriate agency to assist you, our intake workers will do their best to refer you to the one that is.