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Mission Statement
We work collaboratively with consumer/survivors and families to improve lives through information, networking, self-help, mutual support, and partnership. All programs and services, including volunteer-delivered programs, are delivered by people who identify as having direct personal experience of mental health extremes and/or homelessness and/or people who identify as psychiatric consumer/survivors as part of our peer support philosophy.

Central LHIN Consumer/Survivor  Network

To Engage Empower & Enable the Voice of Citizens

Living With Mental Health &/or Addiction Challenges

The Consumer/Survivor Network will advocate for the needs and voice of individuals and communities served by the Central LHIN with regard to mental health and addictions, and will facilitate communication and report to its membership how the LHIN addresses and/or acts upon members concerns and suggestions.

Our goals:

To enhance the capacity of our community to participate in decision making at the LHIN and at the mental health and addictions services and programs within the Central LHIN boundary

To provide a coordinated voice of Consumer/Survivor  initiatives (CSls) and Consumer/Survivor organizations (CSOs)to the Central LHIN and to advocate for the needs of Consumer/Survivor Initiatives and Consumer/Survivor organizations

By engaging with our local peer community we can identify needs and priorities which will assist the LHIN in planning changes and service improvements; coordinating integration of health services; funding local health care services and enhancing overall performance in the Health System.

What is a LHIN?

 The Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is one of 14 LHINs established by the Government of Ontario in 2006 to plan, coordinate, integrate and fund health services at the local level.

For Ontario’s health care system, this means that people are receiving the right care, at the right time, in the right place. This is being achieved through the LHINs by putting local health dollars where they are most needed, based on community and provincial priorities.


How to get involved?

The Central LHIN Consumer/Survivor Network holds regular meetings to discuss issues of importance. Call us to find out about our meeting schedule.

Please contact: Theresa Claxton-Wali, coordinator, Telephone: 647-203-3726 or Email:  clhincsnetwork@gmail.com     THANK YOU.

Acknowledgments & Accreditation

The Krasman Centre is generously funded by:

Funded in part through The Regional Municipality of York

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Proudly Awarded Primer Accreditation through Accreditation Canada!

Important Announcements & Facebook Links

The holidays are quickly approaching, and the Krasman Centre’s annual tradition, with much support from the community, is to provide holiday gift packages to individuals living in poverty.

Do you have new toiletries, personal hygiene items, new socks, or new hand towels that you are able to donate?

Donations can be dropped off at the Richmond Hill or Alliston locations on or before December 7, 2016
Richmond Hill -10121 Yonge St.
Alliston - 17 Paris St.

Check out our facebook pages at:

Richmond Hill facebook page

Alliston facebook page

Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service

The Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service is now 24 hours per day, 7 days per week Call 1-888-777-0979

Contact Information

Main Office (Richmond Hill)

10121 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, ON
L4C 1T7
tel: 905-780-0491
fax: 905-780-1960

Satellite Office (Alliston)

17 Paris Street
Alliston, ON
L9R 1J3
tel: 705-435-0054
fax: 705-435-6340

Toll Free: 1-888-780-0724

LOFT Crosslinks partnership (Newmarket)

102 Main Street S
Newmarket, ON
L3Y 3Y7
Hours of Operation