Reconnect Community Health Services, a not-for-profit health service organization in the west end of Toronto, is dedicated to serving seniors and people living with mental health and addictions to improve and maintain their health and well being.


Reconnect offers the highest standard of community health care to the communities we serve.


Reconnect will play a major role in the area of community services, mental health and addictions by providing safe, effective and personalized services. We will drive innovation to improve services and create conditions that will deliver the highest standard of care. We will also ensure public service resources and budgets are used appropriately and effectively to achieve the best outcomes for individuals and the community.


On April 1, 2017 Reconnect Community Health Services and St Clair West Services for Seniors (SCWSS) integrated to create one organization that can better serve our clients and communities. The Integrated Organization will bring together Reconnect’s expertise in mental health and addictions with SCWSS’ expertise in community support services for seniors, resulting in an organization with multi-disciplinary expertise and ability to provide opportunities for even more holistic services to those currently served by Reconnect and SCWSS.

  • Reconnect has a combined 80 years of experience serving the community, helping more than 4,300 people, resulting in a far-reaching community impact.

  • Together, with more than 250 staff we offer more clients seamless care that is comprehensive, responsive and flexible.

  • Our shared history demonstrates an ongoing commitment to continuous quality improvement with measurable results oh how we impact the lives of our clients.

Our Funders

Reconnect Community Health Services receives the majority of its funding from the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network. The organization also relies on funding from the Central West Local Health Integration Network in partnership with William Osler Health System, the City of Toronto, and the United Way Greater Toronto to maintain its ongoing programs and services that support clients to find meaningful changes in their lives and on their own terms.