South Asian Community Health Services
|Description & Services|
|Description||Culturally and linguistically appropriate services and programs for South Asian men, women, seniors and youth and other communities focused on Health Promotion, Mental Health and Addictions issues, and also for those mandated by the legal system for issues such as driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs (DUI), violence, domestic violence, anger management etc. PAR (Partner Assault Response) program for domestic violence. |
Assessments and referrals to rehabilitation centres and intervention services for clients with addiction issues. Services in Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil and English. Highly qualified and experienced staff in the fields of Health Promotion, Mental Health and Addiction.
Early, convenient and flexible appointments including evenings and weekends.
and provide prompt, detailed client reports. Referrals accepted from clients, doctors, hospitals, the legal system, agencies and organisations.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm. By appt. |
On call Mon-Sun 24 hours
|Areas Served||Greater Toronto Area ; Halton Region ; Peel Region|
|Application||Referral: Self-referral from clients, health care professionals, practitioners, physicians, hospitals, the legal system, agencies, organisations, CCAC, discharge planners etc.|
|Fees||None ; Free services and services on sliding scale, may be covered by private, health insurance|
|Languages||English ; Hindi ; Punjabi ; Tamil ; Urdu|
|Address||1332 Khalsa Drive, Unit 4|
Canada L5S 0A2
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|Intersection||Williams Parkway and Howden Blvd.|
|Transit Information||Route # 17 or # 29 Brampton Transit|
|Office Phone||905-789-6920 |
|Primary Contact||Maher Hussain, CEO, South Asian Community Health Services; Phone: * 647-718-0786; Email: email@example.com|
|Print Material||Newsletter - South Asian Community Health Services Newsletter|
|Service Level||(50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity|
|Subjects||Family violence ; South Asian community|