What Lumenus Does

If you need support, or you’re a caregiver to a person of any age in need of help, you just found it. We know your path hasn’t been easy. We know the system has been challenging to navigate. That ends here. At Lumenus, we remove the barriers. We push open the doors that feel heavy. We offer a broad range of high quality mental health, developmental, autism and early years intervention services to children, youth, families, and individuals across Toronto. And the light is always on.

Why Lumenus

Through an integrated and collaborative approach, our people will wrap services around you and provide a single circle of care and support. That means a team of people will be on your side, doing everything they can to remove the worry and illuminate the path ahead. We’ll ensure access to a wide array of services based on you or your dependant’s particular needs. However you require support, Lumenus is here and so is the potential for a brighter future. Lumenus is where every client has the opportunity to be seen, be heard and to be well.

The Lumenus Service Model

Lumenus offers a broad range of high quality mental health, developmental and community services for infants, children, youth, individuals and families across Toronto.


Create a seamless, integrated and guided network of mental health, developmental and community services to reduce systemic barriers, close gaps between services and programs regardless of origin and, as a direct result, ease access for all.


To ensure every infant, child, youth, individual and family in Toronto gets personalized guidance and the mental health, developmental and community services expertise they need to be seen, be heard and be well.

Making a Difference

Lumenus understands that many of our users and clients will need access to more than one service. That’s why programs and services are integrated and woven together in a meaningful way. Equally important, the people who depend on us get the assistance they need to navigate the system both inside Lumenus and between other organizations. Our caring and skilled staff consult with community partners, including childcare, school and health care, to help coordinate services. We also work in close partnership with other organizations/service providers to ensure that all user needs are fully met. This operating approach helps us fulfill our purpose: To create seamless, easier access while reducing barriers to care and expertise. In this way, we ensure everyone in Toronto has the opportunity to be seen, be heard and to be well.

Becoming Lumenus

Our journey began with the amalgamation of four legacy agencies. In April 2020, Adventure Place, The Etobicoke Children’s Centre, Griffin Centre and Skylark Children, Youth & Families became one. United as Lumenus, the commitment and expertise of each legacy agency remains and now a new, more seamless continuum of care and support is provided to existing and future clients.

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Branches and Sites

HEAD OFFICE: 1126 Finch Ave. West Unit 16, Toronto Ontario, M3J 3J6
T: 416-222-1153

FOUNDATION OFFICE: 40 Orchard Blvd. Suite 255, Toronto Ontario, M4R 1B9
T: 416-482-0081


1126 Finch Ave. West Unit 16 , Toronto Ontario , M3J 3J6
T: 416-222-1153

155 McNicoll Avenue, Toronto Ontario, M2H 2C1
T: 416-744-7650

40 Orchard Blvd. Suite 255, Toronto Ontario, M4R 1B9
T: 416-482-0081

65 Wellesley Street E. Unit 500, Toronto Ontario, M4Y 1G7
T: 416-395-0660

1124 Finch Ave. West Unit 1, Toronto Ontario , M3J 2E2

T: 416-222-1153

65 Hartsdale Drive, Etobicoke Ontario, M9R 2S8
T: 416-240-1111

200 Ronson Drive, Etobicoke Ontario, M9W 5Z9
T: 416-240-1111

Programs and Services

Every Child Belongs

Every Child Belongs provides individual support, program consultation and training to licensed child care programs or licensed home child care agencies for to in Toronto.

The New Mentality

A youth-led project with young advocates raising awareness to reduce the stigma associated with mental health.


Shortly after you move into a home with 10 or more youth the RPAC Coordinator will contact you to see how you are settling in. RPAC is also available to you if you live in either a foster care home or a group home when you or anyone acting on your behalf believe that it is not the right fit for you.

Kindergarten Readiness

Kindergarten Readiness supports newcomer families and their children who are entering full-day kindergarten.

Autism Services

The Ontario Autism Program (OAP) offers support to all eligible families of children and youth on the autism spectrum. Children and youth who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are eligible for the program. Children receive services and supports until the age of 18.

Griffin Community Support Network

GCSN provides time-limited crisis and transitional support, to individuals 16 yrs of age and older with a developmental disability or dual diagnosis.