The Mental Health Program provides assistance and support to clients who are dealing with problems associated with mental illness.
Supporting clients and their families through a guided journey to recovery from substance use/abuse in a holistic and culturally appropriate manner.
Help address issues related to healthy interactions between families and communities through support, group programs, mentoring programs.
Services are available for Newcomers / Permanent Residents (PR), Citizens, Live-in Caregivers and Conventional/Refugee Claimants to Canada.
This program provides support to seniors in need of help. An individual care plan is designed to allow the seniors to remain independent and live at home.
The project is created to promote greater civic engagement and community development in Malton by empowering adult and youth leadership.
PCHS has a mandate to provide health, settlement and social services to diverse communities within Peel Region. PCHS has four core programs: mental health and addictions, geriatric services, settlement services, child, youth and family services. Within these programs PCHS provides addictions, mental health, seniors, settlement, domestic violence and parenting services to the community. PCHS also undertakes community development projects to build neighbourhoods and special projects like building “community hubs”.