Our community partners each play an important role in the provision of health care.  Listed below are some of our community partners who join us in the vision of a healthier Haliburton County.

Central East Community Care Access Centre
The CECCAC is mandated to provide community-based health and related social services, supplies and equipment; manage the placement of persons into long-term care, and; provide information to the public about community based services, long-term care facilities and related health and social services with the central East Local Health Integration Network, including Haliburton County.  The CECCAC has one of the largest populations served by a CCAC, responding to the needs of approximately 1,459,800 residents, making up 11.8% of Ontario’s population.

Community Care Haliburton County
Community Care Haliburton County is a non-profit charitable organization which provides community support services to seniors and adults with disabilities and/or illnesses and their caregivers. These include: meals on wheels, transportation, emergency response system, diner’s club, friendly visiting, security checks, brokered home help and home maintenance, social recreational services. These services are coordinated by staff and the front line services are provided by registered volunteers.

Haliburton Highlands Family Health Team
Is an incorporated primary care organization that has partnered with family physicians to provide interdiscplinary care to the residents of the Haliburton Highlands.  Its strategic goals include improving access to primary care, improving individual and community capacity to make healthy choices, and to improve the health of Haliburton County

Haliburton Highlands Health Services
HHHS provides acute care, long-term care, community health and mental health services to the residents of the Haliburton Highlands catchment area.

Haliburton Highlands Mental Health Services
Haliburton Highlands Mental Health Services provides advocacy, intensive case management, counseling & treatment, early psychosis intervention and housing. It is a unique, voluntary, client-centred, community-based program that upholds each of the values associated with responsiveness, accessibility, continuity and individualized services to people who experience mental health conditions and who reside in the Haliburton County area. It is sponsored by the Haliburton Highlands Health Services and has been operating since November 1996.

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit
Guided by the province’s Mandatory Programs and Services Guidelines, the HKPR District Health Unit works in partnership with local residents and agencies to prevent illness, protect against disease and promote healthier lifestyles.

Health For Life – Haliburton County
Health for Life is a community partnership of agencies and individuals committed to the prevention of chronic disease in the counties of Northumberland, Haliburton and the City of Kawartha Lakes by building communities that promote and support healthy lifestyle choices.

Point In Time – Centre for Children, Youth and Parents
Point In Time provides a breadth of voluntary services to children 0-19 and their families residing in Haliburton County. PinT staff has a diverse set of skills that allows them to work creatively with families at the point in time when the assistance of caring professionals can help them to go forward in their lives in a positive and successful manner. If PinT can’t help you directly with a child-related problem, they will help you find someone who can.

SIRCH
SIRCH Community Hospice provides community-based services to individuals who are living with, dying from or bereaved by a life-threatening illness, and to those in any stage of Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementias. Hospice support includes trained volunteers, support groups, information and respite.

YWCA
The YWCA of Peterborough, Victoria and Haliburton exists to support the right of all women and their families to live free from violence, poverty and oppression. In Haliburton County their services include crisis and support services for abused women as well as counseling for women seeking healing from experiences of abuse and sexual assault. The YWCA also offers connection and referral to community supports and resources to assist women to live free of violence.