For more than 30 years Health Nexus, a designated bilingual organization, has been working with diverse partners to help create healthy, equitable and vibrant communities where people of all ages can thrive. Our work is focused on healthy child development, community engagement and partnership development. These areas are essential to creating equitable communities that support vulnerable members and building a healthier more prosperous future for all Canadians. No single policy, sector or organization can solve complex social problems. Meaningful change will only happen through the collaboration of multiple organizations across different sectors. The work we do breaks down silos and bridges across sectors.
Health Nexus currently receives funding from:
- Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (Ontario)
- Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (Ontario)
- Women and Gender Equality Canada (WAGE)
We acknowledge financial support in recent years from the Lawson Foundation, the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (Ontario), the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Public Health Agency of Canada, First Nation and Inuit Health, Health Canada, National Collaborating Centre on Aboriginal Health, and the Government of the Northwest Territories.
We have also received financial contributions or contracts from partners including Ophea, LCBO, and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.