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South West CCAC




Getting Started

If you feel that you or your family member need health-care support at home, at school or in the community, the South West CCAC can open the door to a world of options and opportunities.

 

Getting started is simple!

Anyone can make a referral to the CCAC on your behalf:  a family doctor, friend, family member, even you, yourself. If you think that you or someone you care about may benefit from our services, we encourage you to get in touch with us.

 

Just one call

Your first step is to call our main phone number 310-2222 (CCAC) which will automatically direct your call to your local CCAC (no area code required) – or you can call the number for your local CCAC directly. Let them know you are making a referral for services.

If your health-care provider has already made the referral for you, you can expect a phone call from us once the referral has been processed.

Our helpful staff may ask some questions to better understand your needs. Then, you will either be connected with a Care Coordinator, or we will refer you to the program or service that may be right for your needs.

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What is a Care Coordinator?

CCAC Care Coordinators are regulated health professionals, with expertise in nursing, social work, occupational therapy, physiotherapy or speech therapy. They work directly with patients in hospitals, doctor's offices, communities, schools and in patients' homes.

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the southwesthealthline.ca

If you are looking for specific resources and programs in your area, thesoutwesthealthline.ca is a helpful one-stop-shop, providing accurate and current information about a wide-range of community and health resources to help you find what you need.    

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