Carefirst Campus of Care

In 2020, COVID-19 has caused unprecedented challenges for many non-profit organizations, tens of thousands of seniors who rely on community services to maintain their well-being. Despite the difficulties, Carefirst has remained steadfast in our commitment to support the needy clients and meet the community needs. 

In response to the growing need for comprehensive long-term care in the community, Carefirst is approved by the Ministry of Long-Term Care to develop a "Campus of Care” at 9893 Leslie Street, Richmond Hill. Carefirst Campus of Care will provide integrated social and health care services and programs in a well-coordinated manner. The Campus will include: 
  • A Long-term Care Homes - 120 beds for seniors/individuals with special needs
  • A Medical Center - primary care/specialist care clinics for 10,000 patients
  • A Social Community Hub - social programs and home support services
  • A Community Kitchen/Cafeteria
  • A Gymnasium - sports, recreation activities, cultural shows and exhibitions
Our goal is to raise $7.5 million within the next three years to support the construction of the $70-million capital project, which we aim to complete by the end of 2024.