Government of Ontario; Government of Ontario; Health
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Geographic information on the locations of Nurse Practitioner Led Clinics (NPLC). These are primary health care organizations that provide comprehensive, accessible, person centred, and co-ordinated services for people of all ages and stages of life in over 20 communities across Ontario.
Geographic information on the locations of the Mental Health and Addiction Organization. This dataset uses information in the ConnexOntario database to produce directories of addiction and mental health services in the province. ConnexOntario operates three helplines (Drug and Alcohol Helpline, Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline, and Mental Health Helpline) and provides free and confidential health services information for people experiencing problems with gambling, drugs or alcohol and mental health.
Geographic information on the location of retirement homes in Ontario.
Geographic information for Public Health Unit's (PHU), official health agencies established by municipalities to provide an efficient community health program.
This file contains geographic information on the locations of nursing stations that fall under the Underserviced Area Program (UAP) of the Northern Health Programs (NHP). The UAP is one of a number of supports provided by the ministry to help rural, remote and northern communities recruit and retain health professionals.
Geographical information for primary health and health promotion programs for people, families, and communities.
Geographical information about community support services in the home or community. Community Support services help people to maintain their safety and independence while living at home. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code
Geographic information about social and recreational programs to promote wellness for seniors which may also offer preventive, health education, and support services helping keep seniors healthy, active, and independent for as long as possible.
Geographical information about the locations of community-based HIV/AIDS organizations that deliver HIV prevention and support services to people living with or affected by HIV and to people at high risk of acquiring HIV.
Geographic information on the locations of midwifery clinics. In 1994, midwifery became part of the Ontario healthcare system and is provided free of charge to residents of the province. Midwives provide care in both the hospital and home setting.