Access Alliance celebrates 30th anniversary
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TORONTO, February 4, 2019 – Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services announces its 30th anniversary. Access Alliance will commemorate this milestone with a year of activities, celebrating the history of the organization and its contribution to the city of Toronto.
Access Alliance first opened its doors in 1989. Using a team-based and evidence-informed approach, it has worked tirelessly to ensure that some of Toronto’s most vulnerable communities have access to high-quality primary health care. Today, the organization has three sites, across the city of Toronto as well as numerous points of service access and works collaboratively with many organization’s to provide primary care and community services that address the complex needs of Toronto’s diverse communities.
“This milestone is a testament to the continued need for Community Health Centres and the model of care that we are uniquely positioned to deliver to address the medical and social complexity of the communities we work with” explains Axelle Janczur, Executive Director, Access Alliance. “For the past 30 years, our services have grown and evolved to directly address the changing health care needs of Toronto’s most vulnerable populations. Our commitment is firm, and we look forward to what the future will bring, as we continue to create healthy futures for all”.