Based in Scarborough, YouthLink provides a range of mental health services proven to build resiliency & improve life outcomes for youth at risk and their families.

In the year ending March 31, 2017, we served more than 8,700 people.

We work with every young person on pursuing their goals for a more promising future. In the process we connect with them as caring adults while helping them develop their strengths and build new skills.  With the right support, guidance, and opportunities, we believe that all youth can achieve their potential to succeed.

To Work Here

The following employment opportunities are currently available inside our organization. CLICK ON THE JOB TITLE for the job description including the application instructions.

Relief Receptionist – Job Post 1100

Student Development Worker Pathways to Education, Scarborough Village – Job Post 1115

Housing Worker – Job Post 1118

Residential Counsellor – Job Post 1126

Counsellor “What’s Up” Walk-in – Job Post 1129

Youth Outreach Worker, Youth & Families – Job Post 1130

Counsellor – Job Post 1131

Human Resources Generalist & Front Desk Office Manager – Job Post 1132

Program Facilitator – Academic Support, Pathways to Education – Job Post 1133

Relief Residential Counsellor & Shelter Youth Worker – Job Post 1136

Residential Counsellor – Job Post 1137

Residential Counsellor – Job Post 1139

Shelter Youth Worker – Overnight Weekends – Job Post 1140

Shelter Youth Worker – Evening Position – Job Post 1141

Clinical Counsellor – Job Post 1142

Part-time Cook – Job Post 1144

Part-time Cook – Job Post 1145

Community Youth Worker – Job Post 1146

Housing Support Worker – Job Post 1150

Case Manager – Job Post 1151

Family Support Worker – Job Post 1152

Shelter Youth Worker – Job Post 1154

Human Resources Generalist – Job Post 1153

Shelter Youth Worker – Job Post 1157


To assess your suitability for our organization, in addition to reviewing the information on this website, we invite you to look at our strategic plan which you can read HERE.


Accredited by Canadian Centre for Accreditation

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our What’s Up Walk-In services are now being offered online through video-conferencing. We know this is a stressful time for everyone, and we want you to be able to continue to access our counsellors and clinicians in a safe and secure way so we are now offering you online video-conferencing counselling and support.


Our E-Counselling What’s Up Walk-In service will be open Monday – Friday until further notice. If you would be interested in booking one of our daily video-conferencing appointments for a counselling or support session with a clinician, call 416-967-1773 extension 222 and you will be connected to our Intake department. E-Counselling and support is also available for many of our other programs. Intake staff can provide you with more information if you are interested.


Although many of our staff are temporarily working off-site, all of our housing and residential programs continue to operate as usual.