Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) provides a wide range of services to individuals with addictions and mental illness. In addition, PCHS has developed the Sahara Seniors program to look after the needs of South Asian healthy seniors. PCHS, Supportive Housing in Peel, and Peel Senior Link also deliver services to high risk seniors through and Integrated Approach.
As a non-profit mental health, addictions and community support services agency, these services are made possible through funding and assistance from:
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)
Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) uses a community development approach to develop leadership skills within the South Asian community. These leadership skills allows the community members to engage in fulfilling their civic responsibilities. These skills also allows parents to participate in the schools and become better parents. These skills also allows for communities to become more cohesive and integrated.
These services are made possible through funding and assistance from Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Ontario Trillium Foundation
Punjabi Community Health Services develops ongoing programs for youth. These include drop-in, visual arts studio, and linkages to other services and supports. This is provided through the financial support from:
United Way of Peel
Region of Peel
Click here to view the Service Accountability Agreement.