We are so incredibly proud to finally share a virtual tour of our integrated health services hub, 200 Larch. The grand opening celebration of our hub was supposed to be in person last year, however with the pandemic we had to shift to a virtual format.
In 2014, the idea for an integrated health services hub was identified as a benefit for Sudbury’s downtown core. Since then we have been working closely with our 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 this a reality.
Individuals in Sudbury’s downtown core were not getting their needs met and key services were lacking. Emergency and hospital services were also in high use and shelters were not accessible for those using drugs and alcohol. This created negative outcomes for individuals who were homeless and struggling with addictions.
We created 200 Larch with the goal to address mental health, addictions, and homelessness issues downtown. 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. The supports provided at the right time and the right place, have proven to have a positive impact on the health and safety of our community.
Thank you to John Rumball Photography for its generous donation if this virtual tour. Click here to view the virtual tour.
Click here to learn about all of the services available at 200 Larch.
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