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Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
Community Health Centre, AccessPoint on Danforth (APOD)

Description
Community health centre * provide accessible, community-governed,inter-professional, primary care services, as well as a range of healthpromotion, community services, and community capacity building programsCommunity and Health Promotion Services - Focus on newcomers, women, families with children birth-6 years * peer outreach and support * parenting and parent-child groups * prenatal nutrition and support * food skills groups * health education * lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) services * expressive arts * environmental awareness * research and advocacy on newcomer, immigrant and refugee issuesCommunity Resource Centre (CRC) - Information and referral to communityand government services and resources * access to computers, Internet,photocopier, fax and telephone * seasonal incometax clinic (February-April)Primary Care Services - Medical and nursing assessment, prevention andtreatment * pre and post natal care * immunizations * chronic diseasemanagement * diabetes education * sexual health and education * nutrition anddietetics * counselling and therapy for individuals, families and groups *health coaching and education * self-management and systems navigation *physiotherapy * no OHIP required for primary care services and most specialistreferralsSenior Services - Stimulating mental and physical activities and social interaction * drop-inprogramming * mingle and engage with other older adults from the community based on monthly calendar * learn and share arts and crafts skills * recreationaland educational programs for older adults * snow removal registry for older adultsSettlement Services - Orientation to community * needs and eligibility assessments *settlement related information * support navigating health and governmentsystems * LGBTQ+ settlement * referral to housing, legal and employmentservices * one-on-one settlement support * group information sessionsYouth Services - Activities for vulnerableand immigrant and refugee youth * establishing healthy social networks *development of civic engagement * skills and career development on siteprograms * settlement * field trips * seasonal programs for March Break,Summer, Winter break
Eligibility
Vulnerable population including newcomers, immigrants and refugees

Residency Requirements: Toronto and area
Application Process
Pick up a registration/application form for primary care and other services * no referral required * support available to fill out the forms
Phone
416-693-8677
Fax
416-693-1330
Website
Email
Languages
English
Contact
Rejwan Karim, Manager, AccessPoint on Danforth
Fees
some fees for other programs
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Topic(s)
Agency Information
Copyright
Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
Last Updated On
January 6, 2021
Address
3079 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON, M1L 1A8
Intersection: Victoria Park Ave and Danforth Ave; Toronto (Oakridge)
Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services Site Location: AccessPoint on Danforth (APOD)
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Hours of Operation
Mon 9am-5pm * Tue, Thu 9am-8pm * Wed 1pm-5pm * Fri 9am-5pm * Sat 10am-5pm

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