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Mid-Scarborough Hub

About this Program

The Hub, mid-Scarborough, is the first of a new integrated service delivery hubs model. This beautiful facility is a Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities (SCHC) project funded by The United Way of Toronto and York Region (UWTYR).

Currently, the Hub is running a Scarborough Vaccine Clinic. You can book an appointment by calling or texting us at 416-580-6741. Visit our COVID-19 Resources page for more info.

SCHC and other reputable community organizations provide various social services that target specific local needs. Programs and services within the Hub include a Community Health Centre, Diabetes Education program and care, neighbourhood development initiatives, employment and community services with mentoring for children and youth.

Since it opened its door in 2010, the Hub mid-Scarborough has been the nucleus of activities, helping to strengthen the culturally rich neighbourhood of Eglinton East/Kennedy Park & Ionview.

Mid-Scarborough HUB – Partner information

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto is a non-profit organization that provides mentors to children and youth in need of additional positive adult support. Currently providing support online and over the phone.



(416)-925-8981 Ext. 4100 

Fred Victor Centre

Fred Victor is a multi-service community-based organization that has assisted people living with significant challenges in Toronto for over 120 years. We work in partnership with people from diverse backgrounds who face poverty, homelessness, mental health issues, addictions, and/or social isolation to address their needs and hopes and advocate for a more equitable society.



Hub office:

(416)-482-4103 X 238

Main office:


Toronto Public Health

Free dental services offered to children (0-17 years), adults enrolled in selected Toronto Public Health programs and seniors (65 years and older). Eligibility: You must live in Toronto, You cannot have private dental insurance, You are not able to pay for dental care, Services include: Examinations, Fillings, Root canal on selected teeth, Extractions, Partial & full dentures – a fee may be required, Prevention and education, Fluoride treatment, Cleanings, & Sealants.




Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm


A Tamil Seniors Wellness Centre – Health & mental health information, education & referral, elder abuse, domestic violence & addiction counselling, crisis intervention & trauma counselling, concurrent disorders group for people with mental health and addictions issues, gambling counselling, family support group, intergenerational recreation group, social group, community development and capacity building. Yoga and meditation for humanity, Group therapy for Addiction & homeless with drug and alcohol addiction & mental health. A summer program for students is available.



Online, virtual and in-person by appointment


YMCA is a resource centre for employment services and employment counselling.




Mid-Scarborough HUB – SCHC Departments Information

Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Team

A multi-disciplinary team of professionals provide support to people with an ABI & their families in order to help them learn new skills, access community resources and optimize their quality of life. Must live in Scarborough, be between ages 16-64 and have an ABI.




Acquired Brain Injury

Bereavement Support

Offering virtual peer and group support to bereavement care clients. Also provides virtual training to all volunteers.





Bereavment Care

Community Health Centre

Medical services offered: Physical exams/immunizations, Anonymous HIV/AIDS testing (At 520 site), Counselling and Support Services, Family Planning and Sexual Health. Chiropody services. *Priority given to people who do not have a family doctor.



By appointment only:

Community Health Centre

Diabetes Education, counselling and group sessions

**Not currently at the Hub.** Three current locations are: 520 Ellesmere Road, Suite 303, 1333 Neilson Road, Suite 320, and 629 Markham Road, Unit 2. Our dynamic team of Registered Nurses, Registered Dieticians, and Social Workers, educate and counsel clients at risk for Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes in both individual and group settings. We offer education on blood sugar monitoring, meal planning, physical activity, foot care, medication and insulin, stress management and weight management. This program is free of charge and open to individuals without insurance, including refugees and new immigrants. Self-referrals are accepted



By appointment only:

Diabetes Program

Hospice Palliative Care

We are dedicated to providing care for individuals & families who are facing life-limiting illness & grief. We offer a variety of services: Links to other community support services (i.e. Meals-on-Wheels, Seniors Health Promotion & Home Support), Caregiver Support & Respite, Palliative Education, Pain & Symptom Management, companionship in the home, Individual & group peer grief & bereavement support.

Palliative Care:


Palliative Care Coordinator:



Community Hospice Team

Mid-Scarborough HUB – SCHC Departments Information continued..

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care Centre

**Currently located at 520 Ellesmere Avenue. (Between Birchmount Road and Warden Avenue)** Counselling for victims and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence at our care centre.  Our social workers provide trauma-based therapy to support clients on their journey to recovery.  We empower clients to recognize their own self-worth and begin the process of healing in a prompt, professional, and compassionate manner.

By appointment only. Medical Secretary:



Sexual Assult and Domestic Violence Care Centre

Inter-Professional Primary Care (IPPC) team

**Currently located at 520 Ellesmere Avenue. (Between Birchmount Road and Warden Avenue)** Provides services to patients in Scarborough who do not have access to an interprofessional team.  The IPC Team includes nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, mental health case workers, harm reduction workers, registered dieticians, foot care nurses and chiropodists.

Medical Secretaries:

(416)-847-4165 Ext 4201 and Ext 4202


Inter Professional Primary Care (IPPC) team

Volunteer Services

Volunteers have historically played a significant role in our organization and are an integral part of the SCHC family. Our volunteers deliver meals, accompany clients to their medical appointments, participate in major events and provide administrative support.

Coordinator of Volunteer Engagement, Lori Beesley:




Youth Health Promotion and Youth Engagement

Our youth engagement programs provide young people with the information, support and skills required for making healthy lifestyle choices. Through recreational activities, group discussions, informal counselling and educational workshops, our youth are able to contribute to their community while reaching their full potential. . **Many programs are being offered virtually.**

Youth Health Promotion Coordinator:


Tamil Youth Worker:



Health and Wellness – Children & Youth

SCHC Hospice Psychosocial Spiritual Care Program

Offers carefully planned, collaborative, counselling and supports for individuals facing life limiting illness and their family, friends, and caregivers.




Psychosocial Spiritual Care Program

Contact Us

Community Engagement Manager


Charanjit Singh




Program Team



(416)-642-9445 ext. 7555



Monday to Friday, from 9 AM to 5 PM