For questions about services in your area:
English: 310-CCAC (2222)
French: 310-CASC (2272)
The Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC) supports the work of the 14 local CCACs:
130 Bloor St. W Suite 200
Interested in having a speaker address your group or event to better understand the value, services and role of Community Care Access Centres? Find Your Local CCAC and they can provide you with a wide range of speakers for a variety of topics. Speakers can help your group or organization understand community health care options more fully.
Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) are at the heart of an integrated, high quality, accountable and sustainable health care system. CCACs work with individuals and their families to develop a care plan tailored to their needs and then arrange these services directly. CCACs help people across their life span, from babies to school children with special needs to seniors who need health services at home, in the community or placement into a long-term care home.
Each of the 14 CCACs is part of a coordinated system that connects Ontarians with relevant information, direct access to qualified care providers and a comprehensive range of community services.
As a member of the Board, you will be responsible for directing the affairs of the CCAC in accordance with applicable legislation, approved strategic and business plans, and government policies. Significant experience on a Board of Directors in the broader public sector, a good understanding of health care administration, knowledge and experience in financial/accountability matters, and alternative language skills are considered an asset.
To apply for this position, Find Your Local CCAC.