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Found 10 records similar to Family Health Team (FHT) locations
Geographic information for long-term care homes (LTCH). LTCHs offer higher levels of personal care and support than those typically offered by either retirement homes or supportive housing. LTCHs can be for-profit or non-profit, and are owned and operated by various public/private organizations. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code *[LTCHs]: long-term care homes
Geographical information for primary health and health promotion programs for people, families, and communities.
Bilingual reference lists with the official names of: * Ontario hospitals * Local Health Integration Networks * Family Health Groups, Family Health Networks and Primary Care Networks * Community Health Centres * District Social Services Administration Boards * Current and former school board funding grants provided by the Ministry of Education
Geographical information of hospitals: including public, private and specialty psychiatric. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code
Geographic information on the locations of Nurse Practitioner Led Clinics (NPLC). These are primary health care organizations that provide comprehensive, accessible, person centred, and co-ordinated services for people of all ages and stages of life in over 20 communities across Ontario.
Geographical information about community support services in the home or community. Community Support services help people to maintain their safety and independence while living at home. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code
Geographic information on Independent Health Facility's (IHFs). An IHF, subject to certain exemptions, is a place in which one or more members of the public receives health services or a health facility or class of health facilities designated by the Minster of Health and Long-Term Care.
Data prior to April 1998 includes recipients of: * general welfare assistance * family benefits * foster care * handicapped children benefits Data from April 1, 1998 onward includes recipients of: * Ontario Works * Ontario Disability Support Program * Temporary Care Assistance * Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities
Geographical information for the head offices of Community Care Access Centres (CCACs). The CCACs are the local organizations established by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to give people access to government-funded home and community services and long-term care homes. They also provide information about and connect people to local community support service agencies to arrange services. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code *[CCACs]: Community Care Access Centres This dataset is no longer collected and as such will no longer be updated.
Ontario's Healthy Babies Healthy Children program helps infants and children up to age 6 and their families through: * risk screening and assessments * referrals to community programs and services * supports for new parents These shapefiles provide geospatial data for mapping the 34 Healthy Babies and Healthy Children delivery regions in Ontario. Please note: The Healthy Babies Healthy Children program is delivered through Ontario’s public health units in partnership with hospitals and other community partners. The Healthy Babies Healthy Children boundaries align with Public Health Unit boundaries.