Migrant Agricultural Workers (MAWs) employed in the Niagara Region face a variety of issues in accessing primary health care services.  In March 2014, the HNHB LHIN approved funding to provide MAWs health services throughout the Niagara Region. Using an interdisciplinary team approach in collaboration with community partners (e.g. Niagara Migrant Agricultural Workers Interest Group, Southridge, McMaster and Brock University), Quest provides accessible, high quality care through Points of Services in both East and West Niagara. Quest CHC’s MAWP incorporates primary health care services, health promotion and community capacity building initiatives. All program areas were developed in collaboration with local community stakeholders. Services are currently delivered in Vineland, Virgil, Beamsville, St Catharines and at farm/home visits.

For more information about the MAWP contact Kylee Ledwez, Community Health Worker, at 905.688.2558 ext: 309.  To refer a client please complete our Referral Form or call Quest’s Community Health Worker.

Interested in volunteering with our MAW Program? See Join Our Volunteers

We want to thank you!

Our community partners help make this program a success! Community Partners Include:

  • Niagara’s Migrant Worker Interest Group
  • Southridge Community Church
  • McMaster University Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine Students
  • Brock University Nursing Students and Community Outreach Course in the Hispanic and Latin American Studies Program
  • Bridges Community Health Centre
  • Niagara North Family Health Team
  • Niagara-On-The-Lake Medical Centre
  • Our Volunteer medical professionals, community support individuals, interpreters, and drivers
  • Our clients who provide ongoing feedback and help develop the program

Want to meet some the Migrant Agricultural Workers who come to Niagara? Watch this 2 minute video and meet our neighbours.