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  • The Day Treatment School Program

    provides a therapeutic setting that enables adolescents to deal
    with a variety of problems

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  • The Respect in Schools Everywhere
    (RISE) Program

    is an intensive youth-led school based violence prevention
    program for grades 7-12

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  • Youth Outreach Worker
    (YOW) Program

    The YOW program helps empower youth
    and their families to take action on their own
    with YOWs bridging access to services.

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Need help?

  • New! Problem Gambling Support Group for Parents. Do you have a problem with gambling? Are you feeling lost and out of control? There's a place to turn. Learn more
  • Lost a loved one to a homicide, suicide or natural causes? Are you feeling isolated and alone? Learn more
  • Open 6 days a week. The 'what’s up’ walk-in® Clinic is the first children and youth mental health centre in Toronto to offer free weekend counselling. Learn more
  • SWEET: A new program for youth involved in the sex trade. Learn more
  • Are you a parent concerned with your drug or alcohol use? Visit My Place. Learn more



What’s happening at EMYS

  • Hold Still: The Stories of Youth Human Trafficking Survivors - Buy your tickets here!
  • EMYS Please find EMYS response to the tragic and fatal shooting that took place in Quebec City at the City Culturel Islamique de Quebec. Click here to read...
  • EMYS unveiled its five year Strategic Plan for 2016-2021 at its Annual General Meeting held on September 20, 2016.Learn more . A copy of Strategic plan can be found here here.
  • Calling all youth! The YouthCan Advisory group is‎ looking for youth to attend ongoing focus groups. Youth between the ages of 14-20 are invited. A gift and TTC tokens will be provided. Learn more
  • Join East Qrew– a  queer & trans youth group offering interactive activities including arts, games, music, film, discussion and guest speakers. Learn more
Whats up walk in

NOTICE: 'what's up' Walk-In closed October 26. Click here for more details and to find your closest clinic.

Toronto Lead Agency


East Metro Youth Services was named the Moving on Mental Health (MOMH) Toronto Lead Agency in early 2015. Learn more