Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN)

Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) is a network of not-for-profit corporations that work with local health providers and community members to determine the health service priorities of their regions. Created in April 2006, LHINs took on their full role of planning and funding health services in April, 2007. LHINs do not provide services directly, but are responsible for integrating services in each of their specific geographic areas. The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care funds the following CMHA/Fort Frances programs through the North West LHIN.

Service Accountability Agreement (PDF)

Increase Psychogeriatric Services - December 2014

MSAA 2015-2016 Refresh