Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care, access to community services and long-term care home placement.
These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health.
Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central is dedicated to ensuring the ongoing delivery of local services while Ontario makes changes to improve the health care system to give patients better connected care with health care providers working as one coordinated team in Ontario Health Teams.
Our name has changed but services remain the same, including home and community care, long-term care home placement and help finding services and local doctors.
HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE SUPPORT SERVICES BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A dedicated board of directors has been cross-appointed to the 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations to oversee service continuity across the province and is accountable to the Ministry of Health. Click here for more information
OUR COMMITMENT TO EQUITY, INCLUSION, DIVERSITY AND ANTI-RACISM
In the fall of 2021, our Board of Directors approved an Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, and Anti-Racism (EIDAR) statement to guide our 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations. Click here
to read about our commitment to EIDAR.
IMPROVING ACCESS TO FRENCH LANGUAGE HEALTH SERVICES
Access to quality French-language health services directly impacts the health of Francophones. Home and Community Care Support Services works to fulfill this need as part of its responsibilities under the French Language Services Act. Home and Community Care Support Services works with local French Language Health Planning Entities to ensure we are meeting the needs of our Francophone patients.
ENGAGEMENT WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Home and Community Care Support Services is committed to working with Indigenous communities to ensure culturally safe and appropriate care for Indigenous people, and as part of this journey will address issues of equity, inclusion, diversity and racism.
We are subject to the requirements of the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (PHIPA), which mandates the protection of the privacy of your personal health information.
We are committed to the principles set out in this legislation, which requires that we safeguard and protect your information. As part of our commitment, we believe that our patients should know what personal health information we collect, how we use it, how we protect it and how to contact us. Click here for more information.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY
Home and Community Care Support Services is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). FIPPA has two purposes:
- It gives people the right to see records and personal information that are under the custody or control of Ontario government ministries and agencies.
- It helps protect every individual's right to privacy. The act tells government ministries and agencies what they can do and must do when they collect, use, disclose, retain and dispose of personal information.
Click here for the Request Form under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act/ Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Home and Community Care Support Services is committed to providing a respectful, accessible and inclusive environment for all patients, employees, partners and public. We strive to provide goods and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities and will use reasonable efforts to ensure our policies, practices and procedures are consistent with the requirements and standards in accordance with Ontario's Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). Click here for more information.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the safety of our clients and our staff, visitor restrictions are now in place and our office locations are temporarily closed to all visitors.
For assistance, please contact us using the numbers or email address below or contact your Care Coordinator directly.
Wherever you live in Ontario, it is easy to find in-home or community-based health care services – for yourself or for a loved one. For general inquiries about our services, contact us toll free at 310-2222 – no area code is required.
Our main office is located at:
250 Dundas Street West, Suite 305
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2Z5
Toll free: 1-866-243-0061
For message relay service, call 711
If you are a member of the media, please connect to the Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central Media Line:
Toll Free: 1-866-243-0061 x 4916
We will respond to your inquiry weekdays during office hours.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page provides answers to common questions about our role and our services. We update this section regularly so we recommend you check back from time to time.
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Feedback, Complaints, compliments
How are we doing? We value your feedback and input on all aspects of our services. If you have compliments, concerns or questions, we want to hear from you.
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Previous Changes Related to Home and Community Care
On June 7th, 2017, home and community care services and staff transferred from Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) to Local Health Integration Networks. Home and community care services are now provided through Ontario’s 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs). LHINs plan, integrate and fund local health care. We also deliver and coordinate home and community care.
As part of the Government of Ontario’s Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, this health system change was seamless in order to ensure uninterrupted care and support for patients and home care clients.
Interested in historical information about the Toronto Central CCAC? Please click the links below for more information.