Programs and services that include primary health services, health promotion, harm reduction, environmental health, and population-based community programs for marginalized peoples.
Chronic care refers to medical care which addresses pre-existing or long term illness
SRCHC programming offered across Toronto includes Choose Health Self-Management Program, DECNET (Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto, Diabetes Eye Screening Program, and Diabetes Care Connect Referral Service. These programs are social and community services that focus on wellness, disease prevention, and skills development for health care providers.
Wraparound care, holistic health, wellness, environmental health, support groups, social and recreational groups, based on people’s strengths and needs and inclusive of their physical, mental, spiritual and social aspects of life.
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DECNET, the Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto, is a diabetes education program that provides counselling, education and support to help adults manage their type 2 diabetes or prediabetes.
Supports for people who use drugs and require consumption treatment, safe supplies, addictions and mental health services, satellite services, counseling, consumption and treatment services, wound care, foot care, and outreach clinic access.
Environmental health promoters inform people about potential health risks in the home, workplace and community.
Caring for your family in a new land comes with both challenges and opportunities, for parents, grandparents and all other caregivers.
Meal supports, cooking skills, nutrition, culturally appropriate supports, social skills, community meals, food security and education.
Harm reduction is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with the criminalization of drug use.
Harm Reduction is also a movement for social justice built on a belief in, and respect for, the rights of people who use drugs.
Harmony Hall Centre for Seniors program connects and empowers seniors 55+. We promote healthy aging by providing opportunities for seniors to live independently and remain active participants in their community.
Access to family doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and midwives.
Wellness, counselling, addictions programs, referrals, and social work supports.
At SRCHC, we offer a broad scope of programs and variety of services aimed at improving the health and well-being of newcomers.
Access to midwifery, pregnancy testing, labour and birth care, LGBTQ2S+ parenting/pregnancy, surrogacy, counselling, housing support, crisis intervention, resource navigation related to pregnancy and parenting, pregnancy-options counselling, access to medication abortion, referrals for surgical abortion, and one-on-one post-abortion counselling.
Programs and services are provided by an interdisciplinary team of health professionals that focus on prevention and wellness, information and health promotion, as well as primary care.
Fitness, leisure, social activities, special events, seniors support groups and exercise classes.
We provide ongoing support to seniors through facilitating seniors-led programs and services aimed at promoting better health, wellness, and social connectedness.