Self Care

Welcome to the Self Care section of the Neighbourhood Arts Network Learning Room. This section focuses on sharing places where you can go to unwind, rejuvenate and create positive work life balance.

We have tried to include an array of creative retreats such as healing and community wellness spaces that might compliment your work, that are within a range of affordability, or that simply provide a place to unwind and support the incredible work that you do.

  • Duty to Accommodate

    This resource by the Government of Canada outlines the Duty to Accommodate and additional resources for addressing discrimination in the workplace.

  • Respectful Workplaces in the Arts

    A resource compiled by the Canadian Arts Coalition that addresses harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination and violence.

  • 519 Counselling Services

    The 519 Community Centre offers LGBTQ2S friendly spaces where you can get support.

  • Caring For Yourself is a Radical Act

    A mental health workbook for youth working in community created by Artreach.

  • Power of the Arts National Forum

    Highlights from 2018 Power of The Arts: The Arts as Tools for Peace

  • 519 Community Centre

    For over 35 years, The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer (LGBTQ) communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together.

  • Choir! Choir! Choir!

    Choir! Choir! Choir! is a weekly drop in, no-commitment singing group, with a passionate membership of inspired singers, happening twice weekly, and open to anyone who likes to sing!

  • Self Care DIY: A How-To Just for You

    Community organizer and yoga instructor Kim Crosby give us the much-needed lowdown on self-care.

  • YEMOYA : 3 Week Artist Residency

    YEMOYA is a three week international artist residency, developed by d’bi., using the Sorplusi Method, that combines trans-disciplinary arts training with wellness practices for the (w)holistic development of people.