Events PSAT's Annual General Meeting
PSAT will soon be opening its collection to the public. Click here for instructions.
See the Lakeshore Asylum Cemetary Project.
Phoenix Rising PDF downloads.
PSAT Information Brochure in PDF format.
Voices, PSAT's newsletter.
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The Psychiatric Survivor Archives of Toronto is dedicated to ensuring that the rich history of people who have experienced the psychiatric system is preserved for our community and the wider community as a resource from which everyone can share and learn.
The Psychiatric Survivor Archives of Toronto began meeting regularly beginning in January 2001. We are a group of volunteers working together to preserve the rich history of people who have experienced the psychiatric system.
PSAT is a grass roots organization that is run for and by psychiatric survivors to preserve all aspects of our history. The Archives seeks to reflect the broad diversity of views that are expressed by all people with a psychiatric history however they choose to self-identify.
The emphasis of our archives will be on a critical perspective including anti-psychiatry that is primarily produced by psychiatric survivors whether institutionalized or in the community. First person expression in all media formats on this topic are particularly welcome. The need for these archives has grown out of a recognition that our history has too often been ignored or trivialized by main stream historians, researchers and medical professionals.
PSAT is constantly evolving as we develop, so please watch for future developments in the months and years ahead.
The 519 Church Street Community Centre,
(just north of the corner of Church and Wellesley Streets)
Psychiatric survivors/consumers/current/former patients and allies are welcome to attend.
Hear/read a report on past activities. Discuss future directions. Elect board members for the year ahead.
This meeting is wheelchair accessible.
Refreshments will be available.
For more information please call: 416-929-8910