Referrals & Intake

Referrals & Intake



Services & Supports

Services & Supports


Client-Centered & Collaborative

Across Boundaries provides a dynamic range of mental health support and services and works within Anti-Racism/Anti-Black racism and Anti-Oppression frameworks. These frameworks address the negative impact of racism and discrimination on mental health and well-being.

Rooted in up-to-date research and consistently active community engagement, our progressive strategies are implemented by our capable staff - who are committed to improving the quality of mental health and addiction care for *racialized people.

Our Vision

Dignified, inclusive and compassionate mental health and addiction services for racialized communities.

Our Mission

To provide equitable, inclusive and holistic mental health and addiction services for racialized communities within an anti-racism, anti-Black racism and anti-oppression frameworks.

Innovative + Holistic

Across Boundaries provides community mental health, addictions supports and in-house programs that integrate:

  • Individual support 
  • Community outreach
  • Support groups, alternative and complementary therapies
  • Community kitchen
  • Skills building
  • Social and recreational activities

Across Boundaries currently provides services in many languages, including:

  • Caribbean Dialects
  • African Languages -Shona, Amharic, Harare, Xhosa, Tsonga, Afrikaans, Swahili, Somali, Twi
  • Central Asian Languages - Dari, Pashto, Farsi (Persian)
  •  South Asian Languages - Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali
  •  South East Asian Languages - Mandarin 



We speak:  Mandarin  English  Somali  Tamil  Urdu  Dari  Twi  Sinhalese  Gujarati  Tagalog  Arabic  Pashto  Hindi  Farsi 

*Racialized: the term racialized person or racialized group is preferred over racial minority, visible minority, person of colour or non-White as it recognizes the dynamic and complex process by which racial categories are socially produced by dominant groups in ways that entrench social inequalities and marginalization.”
—  Ontario Human Rights Commission