The Champlain CCAC covers an area of 18,000 square kilometers stretching from Deep River in the west, to Hawkesbury in the east, the City of Ottawa and Lanark to the south and serves a population of approximately 1.2 million residents. The Champlain CCAC headquarters is in Ottawa with 9 branch offices and 22 satellite sites across the region.
CCACs assist individuals across their life span. The Champlain CCAC coordinates in-home services such as nursing, personal support, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, nutritional counselling and social work for those recovering from illness or injury and for those living with a chronic condition or disability. In addition, the Champlain CCAC arranges both in-school services to children with disabilities so that they can be full participants in school life within the school setting and to seniors needing services at home, in the community or moving into a long-term care home.
The Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) work with individuals and their families to develop a service plan tailored to meet their needs and then arrange for these services directly.
Vision Statement (English and French)
Outstanding care in the Champlain region, every person, every day, every community
Des soins exceptionnels – chaque personne, chaque jour et chaque communauté dans la région de Champlain.
Mission Statement (English and French)
To deliver a seamless experience through the health system for people in our diverse communities, providing equitable access, individualized care coordination and quality health care.
Dispenser des services intégrés aux diverses collectivités de la province en assurant un accès équitable, la coordination de soins individualisés et des soins de santé de qualité.
Core Values (English and French)
Integrity and Trust; Respect; Accountability; Competency and Excellence; Collaboration
Intégrité et confiance; respect; imputabilité; compétence et excellence; collaboration.
Funding is provided via Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), an agency of the Government of Ontario (Ministry of Health and Long-term Care)