Programs & Services

The Canadian Centre for Men and Families provides a broad range of programs: workshops, mentorship, advice, support and discussion groups, as well as individual, peer and family counselling.

Download our Canadian Centre for Men and Families Programs and Services Brochure

Family Shelter for Fathers and Children

One on One Therapy/Counselling

Men’s Peer Support Group

Legal Assistance Clinic and Legal Resource Centre

Survivors of False Allegations Support Program

Fathering After Separation or Divorce

Domestic Abuse, Violence and Trauma Support Services for Men

Healthy Eating Program (partnership with City of Toronto Public Health)

Anger Management

Mindfulness Meditation for Men

Contemporary Issues Facing Men: A Biweekly Discussion Group

Employment Support and Professional Development Workshops

Featured Groups and Guests Lecture Series

Mentorship for Boys and Young Men

Men’s Personal Support Group Counselling Program

To register for a program please fill out this form

If you have questions or concerns, please contact us

Please note that all participants of programs at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families must be over the age of 16 or provide parental consent. Participants must not be in need of emergency or crisis services, detoxification or withdrawal services. Participants must not be in immediate danger of hurting themselves or others. The CCMF is not equipped to offer medical assistance to individuals who have attempted suicide, are having suicidal thoughts, have experienced psychotic episodes, or have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, although we may be able to supply information on available options. The CCMF is a non-smoking facility.


  1. Christopher Ross

    I’m ingested in your mindfulness program and possibly other services you provide.

  2. Good Afternoon,

    Do you offer training for men/women who have been abused and or have abused and want to speak and help others?


    Yes we do. Please call our office at 647-479-9611


    Great. If you’re in Toronto please register here If you’re in Ottawa, please visit contact us

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  10. Monique Dietvorst

    Where is the toddler time with Dad listed? I remember you saying you would offer it online. I have a friend who wants to sign up in Alberta. Is it available for Alberta too?

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