Multicultural Women’s Wellness Group

About The Program

Multicultural Women’s Wellness Groups promote the mental health of individuals who face social isolation and who experience cultural and linguistic barriers. These groups encourage and empower those who, because of difficult life circumstances, are facing mental health and coping challenges. Some groups are exclusively for women and some are language-specific and designed for newcomers, whose mental health is often at risk because of the stress of migration. 

We offer support for women in partnership with settlement and community agencies serving specific ethnology-cultural communities, including the Afghan, Tibetan, Hindi, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Tamil and Spanish communities. The partnering organizations offer language-specific programming facilitated by culturally competent group facilitators.

Who's It For

Women from racialized and newcomer communities facing mental health challenges.

How IT Works

  1. To join a group, individuals can contact the Multicultural Women’s Wellness Groups coordinator at info@cmhato.org 
  2. The coordinator will then connect the individual with the appropriate partner organization
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who is the Multicultural Women’s Wellness Groups program for?

Women from racialized and newcomer communities facing mental health challenges. Some groups are exclusively for women and some are also language-specific and designed for newcomers.

Who are the delivery partners?

Malvern Family Resource Centre, Afghan’s Women Organization, Mennonite New Life Organization, Tibetan Women’s Organization, South East Asian Women’s Organization, Polycultural Immigration Services, Scarborough Health Network 

What areas does the program serve?

The entire GTA.

Who offers the groups?

Groups are offered by partnering organizations with support of the CMHA Toronto program coordinator. 

How do I join a group?

To join a group or learn more about the program, please contact info@cmhato.org, who will connect you with the appropriate partner organization. 

Contact Us

West Office
700 Lawrence Ave W,
Suite #480 Toronto,
ON M6A 3B4

East Office
1200 Markham Rd,
Suite #500 Scarborough,
ON M1H 3C3

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