Reel Asian’s programming may contain content that is triggering for audiences. In particular, we would like to flag the following films in alphabetical order, below:

Content Advisory: Islamophobia

Content Advisory: racist language and situations

Content Advisory: racist language and situations

Content Advisory: violence • sexual violence • trauma

(short film screening as part of Unsung Voices 11)
Content Advisory: sexual violence • trauma

Peer Support Resources

Please find a list of local and affordable resources below that are arranged alphabetically by name, with the focus or format of their support listed below. Kindly note that this list is not complete and may not be able to address all of your needs

If you are in crisis, call Toronto Distress Centres at 416-408-HELP (4357) 24/7/365 or visit your closest hospital emergency department.

Artist Health Network of Canada
Artist health

Assaulted Women’s Helpline
Violence against women

Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
Women’s health

Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture
Newcomer and refugee mental health/trauma

Newcomer + refugee mental health

Distress and Crisis Ontario
Distress support + resource referral

The Empowerment Council
Centre for Addictions & Mental Health (CAMH) client advocacy

Fight COVID Racism
Racism, COVID, reporting + resources

First Nations, Métis, & Inuit Hope Help Line
Canada-wide 24/7 for Indigenous people

Frederick W. Thompson Anxiety Disorders Centre: Anxiety
OCD and related spectrum disorders

Gerstein Crisis Centre
Distress support + resource referral

The Gestalt Institute of Toronto
Low-cost therapy

Hard Feelings
Low-cost therapy

Healing In Colour
BIPOC therapists, Canada-wide

Hong Fook Mental Health Association
Ethno-cultural community mental health support services

Hope for Wellness Chat
Indigenous Online Chat Counselling

Kids Help Phone
Youth mental health

Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line
Support for LGBTQ+ youth

Maggie’s Toronto
Sex work + mental health

Migrant Rights Network
Racism, migrant justice

Mind Your Mind
Youth mental health

National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)
Eating disorders

Native Youth Crisis Line
24/7 crisis line for Indigenous Youth available for residents of Canada and US

Planned Parenthood Toronto
Youth sexual health

Helpline for indigenous women

Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council
Support services organizations for Aboriginal peoples in Toronto

Toronto Institute for Relational Psychology
Low-cost therapy

What’s Up Walk-In Clinics
Free counselling for youth

For any further accessibility related information you can contact: accessibility@reelasian.com

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