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Organization: Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services  
Phone Numbers: 416-324-8677
Fax: 416-324-9074
340 College St, Suite 500
Toronto, ON
M5T 3A9
Intersection: West of Spadina Ave, North of Dundas St W
Location: Toronto (Kensington-Chinatown)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Community Health Centre: Mon 9am-8pm * Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm * Wed 1pm-5pm
After Hours - On-call medical service for clinical patients of the agency
Executives: Axelle Janczur - Executive Director
Service Description: Community health centre and community services * primary health care services, including health promotion, illness prevention and treatment, chronic disease management, and individual and community capacity building
Community Services - Focus on newcomers, women, families with children birth-6 years * peer outreach and support * parenting and parent-child groups * food skills groups * health education * prenatal nutrition and support * lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) services * expressive arts * research and advocacy on newcomer, immigrant and refugee issues
Health Services - Primary health care services * assessment, medical treatment * prenatal and postnatal care * immunization * diabetes education * illness and disease prevention * sexual health and health education * nutrition * individual, marital, family and mental health counselling * no Ontario Health Insurance required for primary care and most specialists
Neighbourhood Centre - Community information and referral * free computer access * play groups * parenting workshops * diaper club * recreational and educational programs for seniors * snow removal registry for seniors * seasonal income tax clinic (February-April) * Good Food Box distribution -- see separate entry FoodShare
Settlement Program - Orientation * needs and eligibility assessments * information and referral * LGBTQ settlement * services in various locations
Translation and Interpretation Services - Professionally trained interpreters with expertise in health, community and social services * in person, home visit or group interpretation * translation and revision * telephone message relays * audio and video recordings and dubbings * interpreter training for bilingual staff and volunteers * training and resources for service providers on working with interpreters and multi-lingual populations

Fees: Most medical services covered by OHIP * some fees for other programs
Application: Call or visit * no referral required * appointments required for some programs
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Newcomers, immigrants and refugees
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
See Also: Community Health Centres

This information was last completely updated on August 21, 2017

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Updated August 21, 2017
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