Mobile Outreach Services

Mouhss.. What is Mobile Outreach?

Mobile Outreach  is  work done with people where they are at. Either indoors or out. The idea of mobile outreach is to go where the need is. Outreach is work done with people who prefer to access services outside of a “traditional” center. These services include mental, physical, emotional, spiritual wellness.

MOUHSS believes that all areas need to be addressed for positive health.

Mouhss Services:

  • Suicide assessment
  • Counselling
  • Relationship building
  • Trauma specific response
  • Safe and confidential
  • Basic Health services such as:
  • Diabetes testing
  • HIV HEPC testing
  • Foot care
  • Harm reduction supplies
  • Resources
  • Connections to community services
  • Financial and budget support
  • Wellness Checks


Current Service Locations: 

Tuesday: Spirit Square 8:30- 10:30, Willow point by Tim Hortons 11:00- 1:00

 Wednesday: Habourside Breakfast and Nurse 9:30- 11:00, Dogwood/ curling rink near Carihi 11:30-1:00

 Friday: Nuns Creek Park 8:00-12:00


A Collaboration for Health Care Access:

Collaboration and service coordination is essential when providing access to health care services for our most vulnerable populations; including but not limited to; folks living outside or are barely housed, people with mental health struggles or trauma,. Through the creation of a mobile health care unit, service providers can offer direct services to those who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to access health and support services. The mobile health unit engages people where they are, through a supportive environment that assists in achieving their wellness goals whilst  reducing further harm and disconnection from the community. Additionally, the mobile outreach unit strives to reduced the need for our vulnerable populations requiring access to emergency services and the hospital.


 GET THE POINT AND COUSELING : Connect with Leanne 250-203-9713



For more information, feedback, or to make a donation please contact the coordinator:

Leanne McIntee, BSW MOUHSS Coordinator