Mobile Health ClinicsPurpose-driven projects and activities that serve our mission.
What Are Mobile Clinics?
In our first 4 months of operation, we have had 1233 engagements with clients
People have been provided education, screening or treatment for Hepatitis C
Naloxone kits have been distributed from the units
Essential daily products have been handed out to those in need
“This wonderful pilot program, geared towards “low-income” communities, is a stepping stone for people (like me) who do not have a family doctor or is hard to attend medical appointments. I am forever grateful to be one of the many people whose life will get better”
What Care is Offered Onboard?
SUBSTANCE USE HEALTH
- Education / Intake / Follow Up
- Harm Reduction Kits
- Narcan distribution/OD prevention
- Smoking Cessation
- Hepatitis C /PEP/ PREP
- Education / Testing / POC-DBS
- Treatment and Follow Up
- Infections, illness, and wound care
- Well checks (Blood pressure, Glucose, Phlebotomy etc.)
- Some medications onboard
- Crisis Support
- Community Resource Navigation
- Daily needs supplies (period packs, snacks, socks, hats, hygiene items, water etc.)
Ottawa Mobile Health Clinic
Cornwall Mobile Health Clinic
How Are Mobile Clinics Funded?
The two mobile clinics received support to launch from Gilead Canada, AbbVie, and Indivior. Community support is crucial to the continued success of the clinics. As the demand for mobile units keeps rising, Pathways may buy mobile clinics, supply them, or pay for partners to buy or supply them.
45 Montreal Road
Vanier, ON K1L 6E8
To improve the health and wellness of individuals while helping families and communities better understand the challenges of substance use health, complex mental health disorders, and illness from infectious diseases.