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Queen West - Central Toronto Community Health Centres

168 Bathurst Street, Toronto M5V 2R4, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada

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Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre (Parkdale Queen West CHC) is a community-based non-profit health service organization serving south- mid-west Toronto. We offer a broad range of services, including primary health care, dental care, harm reduction, health promotion, counselling, and community development programming, through interdisciplinary teams.

Our work is guided by our commitment to clients, community, equity and social justice with a mission to provide healthcare to people where, when and how they need it. It is rooted in the principles that good health for people and communities is possible only when all have basic needs, equitable services and supports, and the ability to challenge and/or remove barriers that undermine good health and well-being.
Establishment year:
1992
Employees:
80
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168 Bathurst Street, Toronto M5V 2R4, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada
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