Beautiful Minds Open House

Sun, 05/29/2016 - 15:00

Beautiful Minds is a project that empowers youth by promoting acceptance, self-care and positive mental health in the community. The project aims to create a safe haven of support for youth through mindfulness and contemporary culture of today. We will be having an open house on Sunday May 29th from 3-5pm at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Cenre, with a performance by Jae Lejit! Come out and join us!

Well Fest: Youth Health Forum

Thu, 05/19/2016 - 16:00

Well Fest: Youth Health Forum

Hosted by the Malvern Youth Cabinet
Come join us at Well Fest as we share the importance of youth health! We will have breakaway sessions on physical health/fitness & nutrition, mental health, dating & relationships & substance use. Featuring guest speakers and entertainment!
Dinner will also be provided at this free event! Hope to see you there and spread the word!

2 Free FYou Events

Thu, 05/05/2016 - 19:00

Hi all! Please share!


1) FYOU Present: SADCITY

Thursday May 5th - 7pm - 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 350

Free as always!


Last year we stumbled upon a statistic from Stats Canada saying that Toronto is the second "unhappiest" city in Canada and this bothered us alot. About a week later, we read a statistic that Toronto is the BEST CITY IN THE WORLD to live in!

We agree with the second statistic but we are trying to make sense of how the stats work together.

Ontario government streamlines free dental care for low-income kids

Posted April 27, 2016

Article Source Toronto Star


Flashing wide smiles and toothy grins, Grade 3 students regaled Health Minister Eric Hoskins with tips about good dental hygiene at Lord Dufferin Public School in Toronto's Regent Park neighbourhood Tuesday.

"Floss is boss," said one student. "Think before you drink," said another, referring to the dental perils of
sugar-laden pop and other sweet beverages.

May 31 - Serving people who are non-insured: practical tips & policy change

Please save the date!

Centre Talks presents:

Serving people who are non-insured: practical tips & policy change. Session 1 – Working with community health centres. Subsequent sessions will explore working with other types of providers.


When: Tuesday, May 31st from 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Where: 209 Victoria Street, room 240


FREE Sexual Health Training for People Working with Youth. (@Metro Hall)

Fri, 06/03/2016 - 09:30

Sexual Health Training for People Working with Youth Facilitated by Toronto Public Health and community partners

  • Do you work in a youth shelter, group home, drop-in centre or youth-focused agency?
  • Do the youth you work with ask you questions about sex, gender, sexuality, relationships, etc.?
  • Do you want to know more about community resources?

This one-day interactive workshop will help you:

ACAS Women's Social: Grown/Nature/Nurture Series

Sat, 04/30/2016 -
14:00 to 16:30

Asian Community AIDS Services Women's Program & Women's Support Program presents: Grown/Nature/Nurture Series Socials for East and Southeast Asian Self-Identified Women

ACAS Women's Program and Women's Support Program planned a series of women's social events for this year based on the theme of Growth;

101 Self-Care Suggestions for When It All Feels Like Too Much


a blog post from "The Mighty: We face disability, disease and mental illness together"


a long list of possible self-care ideas, that points to how self-care looks and feels different for everyone so no one can tell you how do it "right".  it's about doing what you need to in that moment


some highlights from the list...


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