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COVID-19 Update

Due to COVID-19 PCHS will not be taking walk-in or in person appointments. We will continue services virtually.

For mental health, addictions and seniors services call 905-677-0889 ext. 147
For settlement services call 905-677-0889 ext. 101
For LINC classes please call 905-677-0889 ext. 150
For services for families, children and youth call 905-677-0889 ext. 221
For information call 905-677-0889 ext. 221

APNA Health: Information on COVID-19 relief and vaccine

What help do you need from us? Please fill this form.

Have you been tested positive for COVID -19? Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) can provide you with resources to help you get through this tough time. Please fill out the this google form on what we can help support you with. One of our team members will be in contact with you shortly.
COVID-19 Symptoms
Your actions matter to stop the spread of COVID-19. Please visit the website of Peel region to read about the symptoms of COVID-19.
Find the closed centre to get tested? Please follow the link below to find the closest centre to your locations and make appointment.
COVID-19 vaccine clinics are by appointment. The vaccines are free. Please Click on the following link for vaccination resources and making appointment.

About Us

Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) has a mandate to provide health, settlement and social services to diverse communities in Greater Toronto Area. PCHS offers mental health and addictions, geriatric, settlement, child, youth and family services. PCHS also undertakes community development projects to build neighbourhoods and special projects like building “community hubs”.



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.

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