*Mental health resources are exclusively Black-led
Wounds 2 Wings
Wounds 2 Wings Trauma Yoga and Psychotherapy Services offers a trauma informed therapy with both marginalized and non-marginalized populations, supporting clients with short or long term challenges such as:
- Anger management
The practice is led by a Black Woman.
Kind Minds Family Wellness
KMFW provides counselling by licensed and trauma informed professionals who are racially, culturally and spiritually aligned in the work with Black persons. Well-attuned with African cultural resiliency, their culturally-grounded counsellors are outstanding at ensuring that their chosen modalities are customized to effectively address needs and foster clients’ wellbeing.
Phone: (226) 336-1988
Evalena is a certified counsellor that uses CBT, Narrative, and Supportive therapy to assist you in writing your own story and reaching your goals.
Phone: (519) 778-1520
Marillac Place provides a safe home for women ages of sixteen and up who are pregnant, or who have a child in their care, or who are attempting to regain care of their child.
Women who come to Marillac Place receive 24 hour guidance and support, continue their education and are enabled with the life-skills they need to care for themselves and their child.
Phone Number: (519) 571-0722
Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region
Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region operates two emergency shelters for abused women and their children: Anselma House in Kitchener and Haven House in Cambridge (for a total of 90 beds) plus a regional Outreach program.
Phone: 519-742-5894 (KW) or 519-653-2422 (Cambridge)
House of Friendship
House of Friendship is a Waterloo Region-based nonprofit organization that provides food, housing, addiction treatment and neighbourhood support to individuals and families.
Lutherwood is a progressive, not-for-profit health and social service organization that strengthens people’s lives in our community regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or sexual identity by providing mental health, employment and housing services to more than 19,600 people annually in Waterloo Region and Wellington County.
Phone: 519-623-9383 (Cambridge) or 519-749-2450 (KW)