South East Local Health Integration Network

The SE LHIN is responsible for planning, collecting central health data, financial decision-making and allocation of health dollars, and the determination of service needs. A three-year Service Accountability Agreement (M-SAA) has been formed between the SE LHIN and Gateway CHC, which expires on March 31, 2017.

Ontario Trillium Foundation

Gateway was successful in its application to the Trillium Foundation for funding to support the creation of a Youth Jazz Ensemble to enable local youth at risk to learn music and play an instrument. A grant totaling $62,600 over 36 months was issued to Gateway in the summer of 2010. Having now completed its third successful year, Gateway is accountable annually to the Trillium Foundation for the use of the funds and the achievement of established goals for the project.

The Healthy Communities Fund (HCF)

The Healthy Communities Fund, which is part of the Ministry of Health Promotion & Sport, provides funding to community partnerships to plan and deliver integrated programs that improve the health of Ontarians. Gateway Community Health Centre, in partnership with the Eastern Ontario Trail Alliance (EOTA) and the Municipality of Tweed, submitted an application to the 2011/2012 Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport’s Healthy Communities Fund, for the amount of $22,000, to be allocated over a 2-year period, in order to develop an Urban Poling programming. The application was successful and the program is now in its third year. Gateway and its partners are accountable to the HCF for the use of funds and the results of the program.

Funding, Grants & Financial Support