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Healthcare

Assisted Living for Seniors

The focus of assistance in the Assisted Living Program is to promote and strengthen the individual’s health and social environment. We work with clients and families to find the best possible ways to maintain independent living while respecting the dignity and personal choices of the individual. The staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help clients on both a scheduled and unscheduled basis.

Details 905-777-8801

Community Support Services for Women & Children

Available as part of Good Shepherd’s Women’s Services; Violence Against Women Community Counselling, Child & Youth Counselling, Wellness Program, Learning Effective Anti-Violence in Families (LEAF), Legal Advocate, Family Court Support Worker, Good Shepherd Health Clinic, Comfort Foot Care.

Details 905-523-8895
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Emmanuel House Hospice

Emmanuel House is more than a hospice; it is a place for people to experience their end-of-life journey with dignity and comfort in a place that feels like home. The Residential Hospice is where we provide 24-hour care for people with a life-limiting illness and require comfort and support for themselves and their families.

Details 905-308-8401
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Health Clinics

Good Shepherd Health Clinics are part of the Shelter Health Network (SHN), which is a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare providers operating within the shelters and community agencies in the downtown core of Hamilton. SHN was established in 2005 to reach out to a high-risk population who do not have stable housing and who have complex health problems, which often have a secondary presentation of a mental health and addiction issues. SHN has thirteen clinic sites, which includes five sites operated by Good Shepherd.

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Notre Dame House

Good Shepherd Notre Dame is committed to helping youth who are street-involved or homeless due to family violence, conflict, abuse, neglect, poverty and exposure to mental health and addiction issues. Our goal is to ensure that they have the support they need to overcome obstacles and break down barriers to become active and contributing members of our community.

Details 905-308-8090
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SAM Adult Day Programs

The SAM Program is an Adult Day Program which offers a structured “day out” for seniors and adults who are unable to participate in their usual social and recreational activities. SAM Program sites offer a variety of recreational, social, physical and mentally-stimulating activities to participants with program goals of Stimulation, Activation and Motivation.

Details 905-525-5632 Email us

SAM Aphasia Program

Aphasia is a language disorder which affects a person’s ability to communicate. It can occur after an injury to the brain such as a stroke. One third of people who sustain a stroke will experience some form of Aphasia. It can also be due to the degenerative condition of Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Details 905-525-5632 Email us
The Good Shepherd Centre

The Good Shepherd Centre & Daily Meals

The Good Shepherd Centre was established in 1961 as a men’s shelter. The Centre has since become a beacon of hope and a place of shelter, sustenance and spiritual healing for thousands of men, women and children. Services offered; emergency overnight accommodation for up to 54 men including meals and laundry services, overflow spaces for up to 10 men, case management and referrals to appropriate community resources.

Details 905-528-9109
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Transitional Beds Program

The Transitional Beds Program is for high-risk patients after hospitalization and offers; 10-bed medical discharge program for adults of all genders, short-term care to support medical stabilization and recovery from acute illness or a medical condition, help facilitating timely hospital discharges, improved patient outcomes, including the potential for decreased re-admission to hospital and the emergency department, service to patients who, upon discharge from hospital, will be homeless, precariously housed, or facing a variety of circumstances that will significantly limit their access to health and community services.

Details 905-572-6824

Youth Community Mental Health Program

Based out of Notre Dame House, the Community Mental Health Program serves street-involved youth ages 12-21 in Hamilton, meeting youth at various residential and non-residential programs within Good Shepherd Youth Services and the Street Youth Planning Collaborative (SYPC). Youth are supported  through the provision of youth focused, evidence informed mental health services.

Details 905-308-8090

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