A new integrated health services hub in Sudbury was unveiled this week by Canadian Mental Health Association, Sudbury/Manitoulin (CMHA S/M) at 200 Larch St.
200 Larch was created with the goal to address mental health, addictions, and homelessness issues in Sudbury’s downtown core. Using an integrated service delivery model, vulnerable individuals now have access to mental health and addiction services, supportive housing, and primary care all under one roof. This includes the Off The Street Emergency Shelter, CMHA’s Harm Reduction Home, Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinic, and other services and programs for Sudbury’s marginalized populations.
CMHA S/M worked closely with community partners, including the North East Local Health Integration Network, City of Greater Sudbury, Greater Sudbury Police Services and individuals impacted by mental health and addictions to make the hub a reality.
The grand opening celebration of the hub was supposed to be in person last year, however with the pandemic staff had to shift to a virtual format.
Watch the opening remarks for the hub below and click here to view a virtual tour.