We help to provide uninhibited access for youth mental health care services for children, adolescents and their families. Our goal is to help reduce long waitlist times and ensure access to care. In this mission we have partnered with wonderful organizations providing front line care for our youth. All and any fundraisng goes directly to supporting our partners.
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Maddie's Healing Garden at North York General Hospital's Phillips House
In partnership with North York General Hospital Foundation - we have fulfilled 'Maddie's Wish' by funding a renovation of the Youth Mental Health Inpatient unit as well as raised over $1.3 million towards the development of Maddie’s Healing Garden at the new state-of-the-art Children and Youth Mental Health Outpatient Care Centre at the Phillips House.
We are actively supporting a renewed Paediatric Mental Health Inpatient Unit at North York General Hospital.
We partnered with Outward Bound Canada to launch an annual 8-day outdoor, wilderness paddling program, delivered by OBC and funded through the Maddie Project. 'Connecting with Courage' focuses on the unique challenges young women and men face during the transition from adolescence to adulthood.The course recognizes the feelings of uncertainly and isolation that can arise during this challenging period.
The Maddie Project has donated $100,000 to help to build a new Counselling Office at Stella's Place, the first mental health facility in Toronto co-designed and purpose-built for young adults ages 16-29. Stella's Place integrates peer support and co-design into all aspects of their comprehensive program delivery.
With Lumenous (formerly Skylark), we supported a unique fundraising campaign and have raised over $200,000 to increase Skylark’s children and youth walk in clinic capacity to provide high- quality mental health services to more young people and families right when they need it – crucial support at a critical time!
DAREarts provides leadership development opportunities through arts-based education to children and youth in underserved communities across Canada. The Maddie Project has partnered with DAREarts by funding up over 800 resource kits of wellness based art activities and supplies to young people in need.