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Feet First

A program that offers no-cost foot care to persons with diabetes who have a moderate to high risk of developing lower limb complications and have faced barriers accessing these services. The services include assessments, consultation, and treatment. They are delivered by Registered Chiropodists (licensed foot and ankle specialists) and Registered Practical Nurses through North Hamilton Community Health Centre. In addition to being provided on site at Quest CHC, services are also provided at satellite clinics in Stoney Creek , Burlington, Welland,  Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, and Port Colborne. In order to set up an appointment for any of these locations, please contact North Hamilton Community Health Centre at the number below. These services are provided at Quest CHC five days a week.

Contact: 905.523.6611 ext. 2000

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Pathstone Mental Health 

An organization that offers a broad spectrum of mental health treatment services and programs for children, youth and families. Through funding from the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services, the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Regional Municipality of Niagara and fundraising,  the majority of services are provided free of charge. To access these services call CONTACT NIAGARA at 905.684.3407 for a referral, however for urgent situations, call the Crisis Services number at 1.800.263.4944. These services are provided by Pathstone staff at Quest CHC as needed.

Contact: 905.688.6850

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A volunteer based organization that helps all Canadians with issues of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression by providing support, education and resources to all individuals with questions or concerns. They offer support not only to LGBTQ individuals, but also their family, friends, co-workers, and other allies. You can connect with them through phone, e-mail and in person. The Niagara  group meets at Quest CHC on the second Tuesday of every month (except July, August and December) at 7 p.m.

Contact:  1.888.530.6777 ext. 224 for the National Support Line, or visit the website for contact information for Niagara Region

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OTN psychiatry

A service that allows people who do not have access to a local psychiatrist in their community to complete one-on-one assessments with a psychiatrist from another part of the province via telecommunication. This service also assists people with mobility issues as they need only to travel to a local Telehealth studio, rather than to a psychiatrist’s office. Quest CHC acts as a local Telehealth studio for their clients as needed.

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