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Welcome to Kingston Community Health Centres!


A community that is inclusive, resilient, and healthy.


To be a dynamic provider of integrated services that empower people and build communities.


We inspire each other to…
Be kind | Celebrate diversity | Collaborate | Innovate

Kingston Community Health Centres (KCHC) is one of 83 community health centres in Ontario.

KCHC is committed to equity-oriented service delivery anchored in prioritizing the unique needs of each community we serve. We work together to improve health and wellbeing, recognizing the broad and complex context surrounding each individual, including family, friends, community, and the richness of social, cultural, and spiritual connections.

Within this holistic framework, we empower people to actively shape their own experiences, promoting a sense of agency and meaningful participation. We cultivate a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed environment where diversity is acknowledged and celebrated, respecting the values and beliefs of each person. We recognize and nurture individual strengths, while fostering a collaborative journey toward personal growth, empowerment, and resiliency.

View our 2023-2024 Annual Report

2023-2024 Report

We Pledge to:

1. Improve quality and access of programs and services.


  • Review and enhance KCHC’s programs and services.
  • Hone our strategies to increase awareness and access.
  • Enhance access to mental health and addictions services.
  • Proactively partner with Indigenous Peoples to implement the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action.
  • Improve cultural humility.

2. Foster a transparent, fair, innovative and accountable work environment

  • Improve internal engagement and communications.
  • Support and empower staff.
  • Redesign the staff performance
    appraisal process.
  • Develop a strategy to build human resources capacity.
  • Enrich volunteer experience.
  • Ensure consistency of management practices.
  • Reduce precarious employment.

3. Be a collaborative system leader in Health Promotion and Adverse Childhood Experiences


  • Build a “common curriculum” for KCHC and partners.
  • Strengthen our partnerships and integration with stakeholders.
  • Ensure long-term sustainability.