Mental Health Services. For You, With You.

On April 1, 2020, after a combined 70 years of service to the Peel community, sister agencies Peel Children’s Centre and Nexus Youth Services amalgamated to become EveryMind.

As EveryMind, we remain committed to inspiring hope by leading in the delivery of high quality mental health services for and with children, youth, young adults (up to age 25) and families in Peel.

We believe in putting our clients’ needs first, leading by example, and working together with our partners to make our community healthier and happier for all.

Our new website is currently in development, but you can find information about how to access mental health services in the FAQ section below.

Thank you for your patience and for being with us on our journey to becoming EveryMind!

About Us

Our Mission

  • Inspiring hope by leading in the delivery of high quality mental health services.

Our Vision

  • Caring communities working together for children, youth and families.

Our Values

  • Accountable: Being ethical, transparent, efficient and effective
  • Respectful: Caring with integrity and honouring dignity
  • Inclusive: Embracing diversity and cultural competence
  • Responsive: Being flexible, accessible and adaptive
  • Learning: Pursuing opportunities to know more and do better
  • Innovative: Using information, initiative, and imagination
  • Collaborative: Working together in partnership

FAQ

How is COVID-19 impacting services provided by EveryMind?

  • The health and safety of our clients and staff is our top priority. While our physical locations are currently closed, EveryMind is using technology to continue to provide excellent, uninterrupted, client-centred services for all existing and future clients. We are also working with our local, provincial and federal governments and infection prevention and control experts to develop a re-entry plan that will address the varying needs of our range of workplace settings.

I am looking for mental health help. Where should I start?

For information about how to access mental health services for children, youth, young adults (up to age 25) and families in the Region of Peel, please visit WhereToStart.ca.

Tangerine Walk-In Counselling offers phone counselling sessions on Wednesdays and Thursdays for children, youth (under 18) and families in Peel. Please visit TangerineWalkIn.com to learn more and request a session.

If you are in crisis and under the age of 18, please call 416-410-8615 for 24/7 support from EveryMind.

If you are in crisis and over the age of 18, please call 905-278-9036 for 24/7 support from CMHA Peel Dufferin.


How can I donate to EveryMind?

  • You can help support mental health services for children, youth, young adults and families by donating to our Community Standing Together campaign. For more information about other ways to give to EveryMind, please call 905-795-3500 ext. 2298.

News

Peel Children’s Centre & Nexus Youth Services’ 2019-20 Annual Reports

4 August 2020

Before joining together to become EveryMind on April 1, 2020, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) and Nexus Youth Services (NYS) existed as two separate not-for-profit corporations. You can learn more about the work PCC and NYS did to support children, youth, young adults and families in Peel in 2019-20 by clicking the links below.


New Children and Young Persons’ Rights Resource

30 July 2020

  • The Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services has recently released a new online Children and Young Persons’ Rights Resource. To learn more about your rights as a child, youth or young person, as well as the laws that protect you and how to make a complaint, please visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/children-and-young-persons-rights-resource.

Our Commitment to Anti-Black Racism

June 3, 2020

The recent events in the United States and Toronto have left us all shocked and devastated. Regardless of our background, beliefs, race or ethnicity, we are all struggling to understand and process the pain and anguish that we are witnessing on our television screens, in our newspapers and on social media.

Our staff and the children, youth and families we serve are experiencing feelings of helplessness, anger, grief and frustration. EveryMind acknowledges and validates the depth of these feelings, and we remain wholeheartedly committed to acknowledging, addressing and responding to anti-black racism.

Racism has no place in our organization, our community or our world, and we will continue to do our part to build a caring community that is safe for everyone and in which all people can live and thrive.