PEACH is a supportive palliative service fostered by Inner City Health Associates (ICHA). Aimed to meet the needs of homeless and vulnerably-housed patients with life-limiting illnesses, PEACH’s focus lies with the pain, symptoms and psychosocial goals related to each and every patient’s life’s end. PEACH operates as a “trailblazing” mobile unit, providing attentive care on the streets, in shelters, and with community-based service in collaboration with Toronto Central CCAC (Community Care Access Centre).
CATCH is a program which helps people who have unmet complex health care needs to access health resources in the community.
The Multi-Disciplinary Outreach Team (M-DOT) is an interdisciplinary team of providers that deliver services to vulnerable individuals on the street and in shelters.
Multi-Disciplinary Access To Care & Housing (MATCH) provides ongoing intensive support to individuals referred from the Multi-Disciplinary Outreach Team (M-DOT) and Coordinated Access to Care for the Homeless (CATCH) teams who require the ongoing involvement of an interdisciplinary team.
Journey Home Hospice is a joint passion to improve equitable access to hospice palliative care for Toronto’s homeless community in a socially innovative way.