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Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
340 College St Suite 500, Toronto, ON M5T 3A9
Toronto Downtown Central
Mon 9am-8pm * Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm * Wed 1pm-5pm
After Hours: On-call telephone medical service available for primary care patients of Access Alliance
Vulnerable population including newcomers, immigrants and refugees
Community health centre
* provide accessible, community-governed and inter-professional primary care services, as well as a range of health promotion, community services, and community capacity building programs

Interpretation and Translation Services - Professionally-trained interpreters with expertise in health, community, and social services
* in person, on-site (health centres, hospitals, home visits, community centres)
* 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 multilingual populations

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

340 College St - Primary Care - Primary Care Services - Medical and nursing assessment, prevention and treatment
* pre and post natal care
* immunizations
* chronic disease management
* diabetes education
* sexual health and education
* nutrition and dietetics
* 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 specialist referrals

Community and Health Promotion 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

Settlement Services - Orientation
* needs and eligibility assessments
* information and referral
* LGBTQ settlement
* services in various locations

Services and Programs:
  • AccessPoint on Danforth (APOD)
  • AccessPoint on Jane (APOJ)
Pick up a registration/application form for primary care and other services * no referral required * support available to fill out the forms
some fees for other programs
Fully Accessible
Non Profit
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Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
Address: 340 College St Suite 500, Toronto, ON M5T 3A9;
Phone: 416-324-8677