The Refugee Clinic provides refugees and asylum seekers with an anchoring point in the health care system. The objective is to ensure they get a better start in their new home.
The clinic provides health services adapted to this particularly vulnerable client group.
Any refugee or asylum seeker who has recently arrived in Canada or settled in Sherbrooke may be referred to the Refugee Clinic.
- Physical health assessment
- Psychosocial well-being assessment
- Timely treatment
- Network referrals, according to needs:
- family physician access registry, vaccination, psychosocial services, medical specialists, etc.
How to Access These Services
The refugee clinic is available upon referral only.
Referrals are made by the following refugee assistance organizations:
- Service d’aide aux Néo-Canadiens (SANC) (French)
- Association éducative transculturelle (AET)
- Solidarité ethnique régionale de la Yamaska (SERY) (French)
When needed, an interpretor will accompany the visitors.
- Sherbrooke (CLSC King Street East)
369, St-Jacques Street, Granby | 450-994-3033