Toronto Community Crisis Service - Yorktown Family Services

Toronto Community Crisis Service

General Information



Service Delivery Format:

In person in response to your call to 211 or 911


Ages: 16 years +


No referral required.

Service Duration:

Determined on an individual basis and is based on needs.

Services offered:
  • In English
  • In Spanish
  • In Hungarian
  • In Somali
  • Mobile Clinician
  • Black Focused Mobile Clinician

Monday to Friday


We come to you.


Yorktown Crisis Workers

De’Janna Mignott

Mohamed Yusuf Gelle

Manager of Outreach and Community Engagement

Abokar Mohammed

Toronto Community Crisis Service

The Toronto Community Crisis Service (TCCS) is a non-police response with multidisciplinary teams of trained crisis workers who will respond to non-emergency calls.

The CMHA Toronto is the anchor agency for the Northwest Toronto pilot. The program is delivered collaboratively with seven organizations in the Northwest: Yorktown Family Services, Addiction Services of Central Ontario, Black Creek Community Health Centre, Black Health Alliance, CAFCAN, Jane/Finch Community and Family Centre, and Rexdale Community Health Centre.

Services Provided

The TCCS will provide mobile multidisciplinary teams of trained crisis support specialists who will respond to non-emergency calls from people experiencing a mental health crisis and requests for wellbeing checks. The TCCS team consists of community health nurses, crisis counsellors, Indigenous crisis workers, youth crisis workers, harm reduction workers and peer workers.

Access TCCS by calling 211 or 911

Partners in TCCS

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