New Outlook Programs are transitional age mental health programs that provide support, case management and counselling for youth and young adults experiencing significant challenges with their mental health posed by social, emotional and psychiatric challenges as well as those imposed by societal oppressions. Using a recovery model, staff strives to instill a sense of hope, support improved life-skills and foster independence. A range of family focused interventions are available to support family members or caregivers of youth and young adults receiving services within New Outlook.
We accept referrals from professionals, parents/caregivers, and other agencies, as well as self-referrals from youth and young adults. The New Outlook intake worker will assist callers in accessing the appropriate program.
Please note that some of the New Outlook programs are only accessible through making a referral to The Access Point. The Access Point provides coordinated access to a number of services within a large network of Toronto service providers through one application and intake assessment process. For program specific eligibility criteria and referral processes, please refer to the individual program descriptions to see how to access the service.
Would you like more information about our New Outlook program?
416-924-2100 x 256