Record Details
Office Phone 416-249-8000
Fax 416-249-4594
Primary Contact Email:
Alternate Contact Email:
Primary Executive Cheryl Prescod, Executive Director
Funding United Way - United Way Greater Toronto
Description (Service) Health centre focused on family and community health * health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses * referrals to other local health services and personal development groups

Community-led health teams develop programs to improve the social supports and conditions that affect long-term health

Clinical Dietitian: Nutritional information and education * one-on-one, couple, or family sessions for people with food and health-related concerns

Mental Health Counseling: One-on-one, couple, and family counseling * mental health screening and assessments * short-term and long-term counseling * confidential

Midwifery Services: Midwives ensure quality Prenatal and Postpartum education and care, and classes to support a healthy pregnancy, labour and birth * Home visits, and Well-Woman and Well-Baby assessments are provided

Foot Care Clinic: Chiropodist (foot care specialist) and treats common foot problems * includes basic foot care for both regular and clients living with diabetes

Health Promotion Programs: Programs and services for families, newcomers, youth, adults and older adults

Harm Reduction Program: Support for safer use of substances * one-on-one appointments, drop-in programs, groups, case management support and referrals to services, are provided on an individualized basis

Primary Health Care: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses provide primary care for individuals and families using a collaborative, team approach

Physiotherapy: Diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and enhance physical and functional abilities

Care Coordination: People Accessing Care Teams (PACT): People Accessing Care Teams (PACT) PACT brings services to people closer to home * Primary Care Providers refer clients living in North York West and North York Central to a variety of services at Black Creek CHC

Healthcare Navigators Services: Healthcare Navigators support people living with chronic health conditions to adhere to a treatment plan by helping to navigate through the healthcare system and coordinate care * helps to address the physical, social and financial barriers to care and liaise between an individual, their family/supporters and their health professional team

Bilingual Healthcare Navigators Services: Recognizes the importance of French as an Official Language and provides Healthcare Navigation Services in French

Services and Programs:
  • Francophones Language Health Services Navigation
  • Sexual Health Clinic
Hours Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 9am-8:30pm * Fri 9am-5pm * Sat 10am-4pm
Areas Served North York West
Boundaries Catchement Area: Wilson Ave to Steeles, Keele St to Humber River, 20, 30 and 40 Falstaff Ave,
Eligibility Varies per program
Application Call or visit, referrals and appointments required for some programs
Languages English
Fees some fees for other programs
Site Location North York
Located In Community North York West
Address & Map
2202 Jane St, Suite 5
Toronto, ON M3M 1A4
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Intersection Jane St and Wilson Ave
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Service Categories Childbirth Education ; Community Health Centres ; Family and Community Medicine ; Family Counselling ; General Counselling Services ; General Medical Care ; Marriage Counselling ; Mental Health Evaluation ; Midwifery ; Nutrition Assessment Services ; Nutrition Education ; Personal Health Care Advocate Services ; Physical Therapy ; Podiatry/Foot Care ; Postpartum Care ; Prenatal Care ; Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs ; Substance Use Disorder Drop In Programs ; Well Baby Care ; Wellness Programs
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