Additional Resources provides connection to websites of health and social service providers, programs and services.
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Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre, Ganaan De We O Dis ^Yethi Yenahwahse, London - (map)
Kanonkwa'tesheio:io Social, Cornwall - 613-575-2341 - (map)
Gizhewaadiziwin Access Centre, Fort Frances - 807-274-3131 - (map)
Alzheimer Disease & Related Dementias
Lung & Respiratory Conditions
Central CCAC - (map)
Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy
Central East LHIN - (map)
Association of Ontario Health Centres (AOHC): Website
AOHC - Find a Community Health Centre, Aborginal Health Access Centre or Community Family Health Team near you: CLICK HERE
COSTI Immigrant Services: Website
Community Resources Connections of Toronto (CRCT): Navigating Mental Health Services in Toronto: A Guide for Newcomer Communities
Health Care Connect Program - Helping you find a family service provider (doctor): Website
Citizenship and Immigration Canada: Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)
MyTTC.ca - Free open access to transit data: Website
Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI): Website
Settlement.Org - Providing information and answers to settle in Ontario Canada: Website
St.Joseph's Health Centre - Helping Newcomers Access Primary Care: View physicians accepting patients in the Bloor West/High Park area: CLICK HERE
People and Pets is a volunteer organization that provides foster pet care in the community for low income people living with mental health and addiction challenges who must be away from their home due to hospitalization, travel emergencies and, or homelessness.
City Of Hamilton Health Unit - (map)
Aging at Home Strategy
Seniors Crisis Access Line (SCAL) - One Number to Call to Help you Access Crisis Services for Seniors 416-619-5001
The Aging at Home programs assist eligible seniors in ER or with ALC designation to return home.
The Community Connect Program objective is to transition Alternate Level of Care (ALC) patients from health care facilities to home or to Long Term Care Home (LTCH).
Dunn Avenue Supportive Housing Services provides supportive housing services for vulnerable seniors to live independently.
The Dunn Avenue Supportive Housing - ER or ALC Program for Eligible Seniors with Mental Illness or Dementia.
Home at Last is a program to help frail older adults without immediate support to arrive home safely upon discharge from hospital, and receive follow-up services at home.
House Calls is a not-for-profit program providing frail, vulnerable, marginalized and homebound seniors with physician-led interdisciplinary care at home.
Integrated Geriatric and Psychogeriatric Outreach Services for Seniors in the Community - Message from the Toronto Central LHIN Integrated Outreach Steering Committee.
Meals on Wheels is a service that delivers meals to seniors and older adults who are no longer able to cook for themselves. The meals are delivered directly to their homes.
The Seniors Health Project facilitates access to in-home health care and social services for vulnerable homebound seniors that reside in the Englemount-Lawrence community.
The Stepping Stone Project is a partnership between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and LOFT Community Services to serve older adults and seniors with serious mental health and, or addictions challenges at the John Gibson House supportive housing site of LOFT Community Services.
National Inniative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)
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