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Founded by two registered nurses, Soch is a non-profit mental health promotion organization that aims to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health support to the South Asian community in Canada and beyond. Their guiding pillars are education, prevention and building resilience, and they have engaged about 53K community members with their virtual services and programs.
Across Boundaries provides mental health and addiction services for racialized communities via individual support, psychiatric consultation, support groups, alternative and complementary therapies as well as social and recreational activities.
Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) provides health, settlement and social services to diverse communities in the GTA. PCHS offers mental health and addictions support, geriatric support, settlement services for newcomers, and child, youth and family services via mentoring and group programs.
Liberate is a Black-owned meditation app created for the Black community to develop a daily meditation habit. Although anyone can use the app, their meditation journey speaks to the realities of being Black and as such, focuses on topics such as microaggressions, internalized racism, and ancestral healing.
SACHSS offers counselling services to navigate various mental health challenges and addiction in the South Asian community. Additionally, they offer services catered toward South Asian seniors, women, and couples. In fact, they recently launched a new project called ReWrite the Script in which they offer a 10-step discussion-based seminar series to help South Asian families communicate effectively through the discussion of difficult topics in a constructive, effective and healthy manner.