Newcomers’ Health and Well-Being (12+)
Funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), Newcomers’ Health and Well-Being provides mental health and primary care services to newcomers 12 years of age or older in York Region and South Simcoe who have physical and mental health concerns.
Our approach focuses on you as a whole person. That includes your language, culture, and community. We understand about trauma and bad memories. We help you to build on your strengths.
The Newcomers’ Health and Well-Being Program Offers
- Health care from a Nurse Practitioner; prescriptions filled
- Health education
- Support and counselling
- Help with trauma from things that happened in the past
- Group learning about issues like:
- Family and caregiver concerns
- Managing stress
- Resolving conflict
- Dealing with grief and loss
Register for Support
Referrals are made by a professional/agency that works with newcomers. Received referrals will be reviewed and screened for eligibility by our clinical therapists. If eligible, clients will be booked for an initial assessment with our clinical therapists and/or nurse practitioner.