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Transforming Ontario

Local Health Integration Networks
Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) are a key part of the provincial government’s plan to transform health care in Ontario. These 14 regional organizations will be responsible for planning, integrating and funding local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres, home care, long-term care, mental health and addiction programs, community health centres, and community support services. New 1-800 numbers have been set up to ensure that the public, stakeholders and providers are able to access LHIN CEOs and board members. For more information, including detailed LHIN maps, population health profiles, a list of communities and health service providers within each LHIN, and news bulletins, visit www.health.gov.on.ca/transformation.

CMHA Branches in Ontario
The Canadian Mental Health Association is represented in all 14 LHINs across the province. Our 33 branches in Ontario provide direct service to local communities, including case management, crisis services, supportive housing, court diversion, and employment supports.


Map by Rose Zgodzinski


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