Rising Above with Community StrengthSouth Riverdale Community Health Centre | 2021 Annual Report
Year in ReviewArticles from our Staff
Board Chair & CEO Message
Striving for Community Connection : Togetherness, Healing and Sharing in a Virtual World
Addressing Food Insecurity in Toronto’s East End
Responding to and Preventing Overdoses Takes a Multi-Pronged Approach
In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples and Dedicated to Truth and Reconciliation
Shifting Programs and Services to meet Mental Health Needs
Quality Improvement : Health Equity and Preventative Care
Mobile Vaccination Efforts to Promote Vaccine Access
The Evolutionof Our Strategic Directions
SRCHC’s values and strategic directions were reviewed through a process led by our board in partnership with staff, clients, partners and community. The biggest changes that we made to our strategic plan was the articulation of our values. Our vision of “empowered, healthy, thriving communities where everyone belongs” can only be realized if the centre’s work is guided by:
- Commitment to Reconciliation & Relationship with Indigenous people, communities and organizations.
- Advocating for Health Equity & Social Justice by aiming to avoid differences in the social determinants of health.
- Meaningful Engagement that involves engaging stakeholders in ways that privilege and position does not dictate who contributes when planning, implementing, and evaluating our services.
- Taking a Holistic Approach that includes an understanding of the diversity of human experience that shapes health and importance of the individual’s right to autonomy and choice.
- Embracing Evidence & Values-Informed Practice, responding to community experience and knowledge and championing approaches that inform practice, leadership, and transformative change
The Evolutionof Our Values
Our Mindswill balance the multiple ways to define health.
Our Eyeswill recognize people where they are at.
Our Voiceswill rise together for equitable systems.
Our Heartswill beat in harmony with Indigenous Peoples.
Our Handswill reach out to fully engage our communities.
Financial HighlightsOperating Revenue & Expenses
Year ended March 31, 2022
Year in ReviewStatistics at a Glance
Thank You to Our Donors & FundersFrom April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022
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