Services - Community Care Access Centre / Placement

Organizations
Central Community Care Access Centre (Sheppard Site)
Central East Community Care Access Centre (Scarborough Site)
Central West Community Care Access Centre
Mississauga Halton Community Care Access Centre (Etobicoke Site)
Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre

CCAC

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Reorganization of Community Care Access Centres (CCACs)

As of January 2007, there are now 14 new Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) across Ontario.
To determine which CCAC you should be contacting you can use their Postal Code Locator.

Placement:

Application for admission into a provincially regulated long-term care facility can only be made through the Community Care Access Centres (CCACs). Please contact the office of the CCAC in your area to make an appointment with a Care Coordinator / Case Manager.

In order to qualify to move to a long-term care facility a person must:

  •  be 18 years of age or older
  •  possess a valid Ontario Health Card
  •  have health care needs that cannot be met with any combination of caregiving or community-based services in the home
  •  have health care needs that can be met in a long-tem care facility

CCACs will answer your questions and help with the application form. They arrange the necessary assessments to make sure you are eligible for long-term care and give you the information you need to make important decision. They can also help you with assistance in accessing community support services that may help you manage until admission is arranged.

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