2011 Lawrence Ave West, Unit 4 Toronto.


2100 Ellesmere Avenue, Toronto.

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Monday – Friday 9.00AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday 9.00AM – 8.00 PM
Sunday Close

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Call : +1 (416) 243 9212
Mail : admin@farahfamilysolutions.com
Address : 2011 Lawrence Ave West, Unit 4 Toronto. 2100 Ellesmere Avenue, Toronto

Nurturing Harmony and Holistic Wellness

WEMA Project

The concept of WEMA embodies the Swahili principle of striving for positive change and full harmony with all those around us. This includes balance, overall well-being, relationships, and overall well-being. It can be difficult for racialized families to maintain the spirit of WEMA when confronted with systems such as the Children and Family Services (CAS), the police and the justice system. These encounters can disrupt their sense of unity and well-being, leaving them feeling alienated, distrustful, and disconnected. Consequently, specialized interventions are needed to address the unique challenges faced by these families and to regain a full sense of self. This is where the work of WEMA comes in, providing tailored support and guidance to navigate this complex system and promote solidarity and well-being in racially diverse families and communities.

Project Objectives

  • Restoring Holistic Well-Being
  • Extension of Reconciliation Therapy
  • Minimizing Child Alignment
  • Equipping Communities

Service Offered

Farah Family Solutions offers culturally enriching and appropriate services tailored to the needs of individuals and families. Our aim is to instill hope, break through barriers, and create pathways for clients to achieve their full potential and improve their health, well-being, and quality of life. Our services include: One-on-one and group counseling for youth and their families. Implementation of Afro-Centric Principles of Intervention: Umoja (Unity) Kujichagulia (Self-Determination) Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) Ujamaa (Cooperation) Nia (Purpose) Kuumba (Creativity) Imani (Faith) Culturally grounded and intersectional approach addressing race, gender, ethnicity, social class, ability, sexuality, and spirituality. Leveraging African cultural resiliency as a foundation to address pressing social problems and promote positive social change.

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