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). 


Street Clinical Outreach for Unsheltered Torontonians (SCOUT) provides episodic and transitional healthcare for unsheltered people experiencing homelessness directly where they are living (e.g. encampments, ravines, under bridges, sidewalks).

Regional Mobile Nursing

ICHA’s Regional Mobile Nursing services provides comprehensive transitional medical care to individuals accessing ICHA services at partnering shelters, shelter hotels and drop-ins. Our dedicated nursing team provides nursing services in both primary care and substance care.

Population Health

ICHA Population Health delivers programs and services that improve health and access to safe, supportive housing at the population level. Our programs are driven by the most pressing client health needs, and based on a philosophy of health promotion, community capacity-building and evidence-based practices.


CATCH-H 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

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.