We provide child and family health care to all refugees for one year after their arrival to Canada. The REACH Clinic provides a well-rounded, culturally-sensitive, evidence-based environment for refugee patients who have special needs and can face barriers accessing health care.
The clinic is hosted and coordinated at the Saskatoon Community Clinic with a strong partnership with the local settlement agencies Global Gathering Place and Saskatoon Open Door Society. Additional partners include the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine (departments of Pediatrics, Family Medicine, and Community Health and Epidemiology), the Saskatchewan Health Authority (Population and Public Health, Primary Health, Mental Health and Addictions) and TB Prevention and Control Saskatchewan.
The REACH clinic is located in downtown Saskatoon at the Saskatoon Community Clinic at 455 2nd Avenue North.
For further information, please visit the website or contact Lori Verity-Anderson at the Saskatoon Community Clinic at 306-653-0200.
Patients can talk to their settlement agency (Global Gathering Place or Saskatoon Open Door Society) or other healthcare providers to receive a referral to the clinic.