Central Local Health Integration Network

Site: Richmond Hill - Central Branch

Service: Central Branch - Home and Community Care

Record Details
Alternate Name CLIN
Former Name CCAC (June 2017)
Office Phone 905-763-9928 * CLIN 905-895-1240
Toll Free Phone Telephone Support 1-888-470-2222, Central Intake
TTY Phone 416-222-0876
Fax 905-952-2404
E-Mail central.lhin@lhins.on.ca
Website www.healthcareathome.ca/central
Social Media Twitter Twitter: www.twitter.com/Central_ccac
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/centralccac
Established 1997
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
Description (Service) Services include support services as well as information and assistance in linking to existing community support services including friendly visiting, meals on wheels, volunteer transportation, security checks, that are relatively low in cost and primarily volunteer-based * also help finding other services, such as attendant care for persons with physical disabilities and supportive housing services;
In-home services -- nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, personal support for bathing;
Child and family services in-home health and personal support services, palliative care and respite care (caregiver relief) * school-based services -- professional services to enable children with disabilities or ongoing diseases to attend school;
Acquired brain injuries -- access to and coordination of services;
Placement in long term care homes access for admission to long term care homes, or for transfer to facilities outside Toronto * crisis placements ;
Short stay -- respite for caregivers * includes persons with Alzheimer Disease * Convalescent Care -- following surgery or illness * medical and therapeutic supportive care provided in a long term care facility * usually 45-55 days;
Assisted Living Services access to health services for seniors with complex care needs * services may include: personal support services, homemaking, security checks/reasurrance services, care coordination;
Adult Day Programs Central CCAC manages access to government funded Adult Day Programs in the Central region;
Community Clinics - seven community clinics that offer quick and easy access to specialized nursing services for patients who are mobile for people who need IV therapy, Wound care, Injections, Post-surgical care;
Mental Health and Addiction Nurses specialized, professional support to students, in particular after treatment for mental health or substance abuse issues * Nurses work as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes mental health workers and leaders, and school board staff to provide: **Assessment for mental health or addictions issues **Mental health or addictions support services **Counselling **Referral to community resources
Hours Phone Mon-Sun 8:30 am-8:30 pm * Office 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Areas Served North York - areas of Etobicoke and City of York ; South Simcoe ; York Region
Eligibility Must have Ontario Health Insurance A CCAC Care Coordinator will assess your health needs to determine if you are eligible; provide information on programs in your community and discuss the programs that best meet needs; and assist with the admission process In-home health and social services -- need for professional or support services in the community (home or school) that cannot be met on an outpatient basis * those needing service may include adults and children with any illness, seniors, persons with physical, psychiatric or developmental disabilities; Child and family services - children or youth with short or long-term disabilities or other special needs and their families Placement in long term care homes -- adults 18 years and older who require placement in long term care homes * must meet one or more of the following -- need availability of 24 hour nursing care, or assistance with daily living, or on site supervision, and other caregiving and community services no longer sufficient;
Assisted Living Services provided to eligible seniors who live in a supportive housing building or in their own homes within a specific geographic boundary Mental Health and Addiction referral by hospital or school board team * Students contact local school board for a referral Eligibility - Be in need of services related to an identified or suspected mental health or addictions issue *
Application Call above number for information * home visit may be necessary to complete assessment 
 
Placement in long term care homes -- eligible applicants will be placed on waiting list of up to 5 facilities in Ontario chosen by the applicant * applicants will not be placed without their consent  
 
Community Care Clinic visits by referral, as part of your care plan, and by appointment only * Your care coordinator will arrange your first visit * call if no assigned case coordinator 
 
Mental Health and Addiction- students contact local school board for a referral
Languages English - Translation services available ; French
Fees Service - Varies for different services ; No cost for direct Home and Community Care services * subsidies for basic (ward) accommodation in long term care may be available -- apply directly to facility after placement * Fee assistance available.
Site Location Richmond Hill
Located In Community Richmond Hill
Address & Map
9050 Yonge St, Ste 400
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 9S6
Physical Access Unknown
Service Categories Home Health Care ; Long Term Care Coordination Centres

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