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February 26, 2016

Carly Kalish Awarded 2016 Vital People Award

East Metro Youth Services (EMYS), an adolescent mental health and addictions centre based in Scarborough, Ont., today announced that gender-based violence and trauma therapist Carly Kalish has been awarded the prestigious 2016 Vital People Grant from the Toronto Foundation.
February 25, 2016

Premier Wynne apologizes to Franco-Ontarians

A formal apology was delivered on February 22, 2016, to the Franco-Ontarian community from the Government of Ontario. Premier Wynne recognized that a 1912 regulation banning the teaching of French ‘’showed a disregard for Franco-Ontarian identity and equality."
February 25, 2016

MOMH-TO Update February 2016

March marks end of our Year 1 Lead Agency work plan and the Lead Agency staff is in the process of developing the drafts of the Core Service Delivery and Community Mental Health Plans.
February 25, 2016

What’s Up Walk-In Expands

The ‘what’s up’ Walk In® network of mental health walk-in clinics is growing. A new member – Griffin Centre - will establish a new walk-in site in North York which is poised to launch officially in March 2016.

EMYS Media Coverage

Minds in Motion: Intergenerational Program

SNAPD Scarborough Magazine – December 2015

Beaten, Branded, Bought and Sold

Toronto Star – December 12, 2015

Volunteering Benefits Newcomers’ Well-being

New Canadian Media – October 21, 2015

Youth Multimedia Program Teaching Life-Changing Skills

Toronto Star – October 17, 2015

Mental health services for newcomers spread thin in Scarborough

Scarborough Mirror – September 15, 2015