Our Story

Thanks for stopping by! I started The Help Hub in service of my belief that everyone should have access to high-quality, evidence-informed, coordinated care that meets their unique needs.

As a therapist and parent, I know that parenting can be tough - and when things feel out of balance, chaotic or overwhelming, it can feel unmanageable.

I also know how hard it is to watch your child struggle and not know who to turn to, or what to do. You may feel like they aren't getting good care.

When my own child needed support I realized just how hard it was to find help. And, when I found it, it was often fragmented, short-term, didn't meet our needs, and didn't seem to be clearly grounded in evidence-informed approaches. Even though I had the privilege of specialized knowledge, it was an uphill battle that often felt impossible.

It doesn't have to be that hard. You deserve high-quality services that meet your needs, don't require a full-time job to coordinate, and communicate with one another. This is my vision for The Help Hub.

I invite you to discover how we can work together towards achieving your goals. If you have questions or think our approach might be a fit for you, reach out and let's talk.



Jessica Diamond, MSW, RSW

Clinic Director
Child, Youth and Family Specialist

Jessica is a mother of three, a Registered Social Worker/Psychotherapist, and a fierce advocate for children and youth.

Jessica has worked with individuals, families and communities, as well as at the system level, always with the goal of helping to make things better for kids. 

Jessica believes strongly in the power of collaboration, healthy relationships and community. She supports children, youth and families by working together with them to strengthen their relationships with themselves and with others, because she believes that connection is fundamental to our wellbeing. Jessica believes that you deserve to be heard and supported, and that as the expert in "you", your values and goals should define your work together. Jessica works hard to create a safe space that is free of judgement, where families can explore and learn together. 


Jacquie Benish, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

Jacquie is a Registered Social Worker who grew up in the east end of Toronto, where she is currently raising her three children. She spent over 15 years working in child welfare, primarily with youth, from an Attachment Theory, Trauma-informed framework. Jacquie knows that adolescence can be difficult at the best of times, and is passionate about helping teens navigate this journey in a holistic, integrated, strengths-based way.  Jacquie believes strongly in an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, LGBTQ-affirmative perspective, and has made a lifelong commitment to learning and practising in this manner. She has a Bachelor of Social Work from Toronto Metropolitan University, and a Master of Social Work degree from University of Toronto, as well as a diploma in Social Service Work and a B.A. in Criminology.