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Multicultural Health Services in Vancouver Schools

We have a number of programs available for refugees and new Canadians. Refugee claimants who do not have valid MSP can contact VCH Primary Care for an initial health assessment. 
Vancouver school health manual - Section 17: Multicultural health resources

Primary Care Services are available

Free services include:
  • Screening for communicable diseases such as parasites, hepatitis, HIV and TB
  • Immunizations
  • Mental health
  • Women’s health
  • Children’s health
  • Referrals to community services such as food banks and housing
Three Bridges Community Health Centre
1292 Hornby St
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1W2
Tel: (604) 736-9844

Raven Song Community Health Centre
2450 Ontario Street
Vancouver, BC V5T 4T7
Tel: (604) 709-6400

REACH Community Health Centre

REACH aims to meet the medical, dental and cultural needs of clients. It focuses on prevention and programs that reflect the ongoing needs of the Grandview-Woodlands community.

The Multicultural Family Centre (MFC) works with immigrants and refugee communities to deliver culturally-responsive health promotion programs and help address what REACH team members often refer to as the social determinants of health. REACH offers programs and services in over six languages, including English, Spanish, Amharic, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tigrinya and Swahili.

Contact REACH Community Health Centre: 

1145 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC V5L 3X3
Medical: (604) 254-1354
Dental: (604) 254-1331
SOURCE: Multicultural Health Services in Vancouver Schools ( )
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