Get to Know Us
Stardust Collective is therapeutic collective that offers affordable mental health services. We are made of a group of humans who share core values about the way we treat others, and about the systems we live in & how they harm us. We work in mental health and have experienced how hard it can be to get actual, meaningful support, and wanted to try and do something about that. We offer virtual services across Ontario and in person services in Hamilton. Every team member here is different, but we try hard to be accessible, socially informed,
empathetic and anti-oppressive in our work.
We are neurodivergent & queer-owned and work hard to be
affirming and inclusive. We strive to demonstrate allyship
in our actions, and we know that being an ally isn't an identity,
but an ongoing process. We accept and welcome any feedback on how to better support you and your communities.
In early 2022, we established this collective as a way to fill needs that we have seen in our communities, for more inclusive and affordable
mental health services. Cost should not be a barrier to getting support. If you can't comfortably afford our regular rates, we operate on a sliding scale and can customize rates. We will never ask you to prove your financial position.
In order to continue offering flexible and sliding scale rates,
we gently ask that clients pay as much of the
regular rate as they comfortably can.
What We Offer
Meet the Team
Stardust Collective Team Members
We are committed to..
Stardust Theraputic Collective was founded on the traditional lands of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas peoples. This land is covered by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, which is a treaty between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee that bound them to share the territory and protect the land.
We recognize that colonialism is still present and affecting the lives of many indigenous folks today. Stardust is committed to confronting colonialism past and present, by being advocates and standing in solidarity with indigenous communities.
Help Our Cause
We strongly believe in being able to provide accessible rates for therapy and counselling. One of the things that helps us offer low or no cost therapy to folks who need it, is subsidization from folks who are able to share with us. There is absolutely no expectation to donate, but every little bit helps!
-Parking Lot in the back of the building
-2 Hour Street Parking out Front
-Nearest Bus Stop: KING at FAIRHOLT or MAIN at ASHFORD
- the door on the far left side of the building if you're facing the building is an automatic door that opens onto a ramp
- if this door is locked, call or email us and we will come let you in
- the building has spacious, single-person, all-gender washrooms, however they do not have automatic doors. We are happy to help with these doors if needed