UPDATED: April 2020
Please note that the What’s up Walk-In locations are not providing in person services.
The What’s Up Walk-In® Clinic is Toronto’s only free, five day a week mental health counselling walk-in service for children, youth, young adults, and families. No appointment necessary! The clinic helps with issues such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideation, sexual identity matters, bullying, behavioural concerns, addictions, and anything else that might be on one’s mind. All the information you provide is confidential.
Therapists offer single sessions up to an hour long. We don’t judge. We will support you in your concerns, and work collaboratively with you. The focus is on abilities, resources, and skills that you have, or you want to develop. Together we will target a priority concern and develop a plan with you that you feel comfortable with. If you feel you need more help, you can call back to be connected to the What’s Up Walk-In. All our therapists are clinically trained.
The clinic is low barrier and accessible. No health card is necessary and it’s completely free!
The What’s Up Walk-In network has five other locations across Toronto. If you are looking for a phone or video counselling session at any of our What’s up Walk-In clinics please call MHTO at 1-866-585-6486 to be connected.