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This section provides information on who is out there to make connections with in the different sectors, and how some organizations are already connected with one another.
Look in Tools for Transformation for tips on determining which organizations might be best to connect with, and how.
Resources to Help You Connect with Other Organizations
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- Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario - AFHTO is a not-for-profit association representing Family Health Teams in Ontario. The website includes news, events, resources and a directory of FHTs in Ontario.
- Association of Ontario Health Centres: Find a Centre Near You - Provides an alphabetical list of health centres as well as a search engine to locate health centres in specific areas.
- Collaboration for Addiction and Mental Health Care: Best Advice - This report discusses models of collaboration, key considerations for successful collaborations at the service level, and information on guidelines for evaluating collaboration among services and their impacts on client outcomes.
- Drug and Alcohol Helpline - A searchable directory of all agencies providing government-funded addiction programs and services in Ontario.
- Family Health Teams - A list of all the Family Health Teams in Ontario, by LHIN.
- General Hospitals - List of general hospital locations and classifications, organized by LHIN.
- Hospitals – Designated Psychiatric Facilities - A list of health facilities designated as psychiatric facilities under the Mental Health Act.
- Hospitals – Designated under the Criminal Code and Youth Criminal Justice Act - A list of hospitals designated to provide forensic mental health services.
- Inclusion Research Handbook - Inclusion Research unites the framework of Inclusion (developed by Health Nexus) with the experience of listening to women (gained by OWHN through conducting focus groups), and the methodology of training people who are homeless as researchers (pioneered by AMRP). It is a valuable methodology to explore a diverse range of issues experienced by people who have experienced marginalization.
- Mental Health Helpline - A searchable directory of all agencies providing government-funded mental health programs and services in Ontario.
- The Healthline.ca - Website providing links to information about health and social services operating in each LHIN.