Other Health Related Services

St. Joseph’s Hospice of Sarnia Lambton

St. Joseph’s Hospice of Sarnia-Lambton provides compassionate care to enhance quality and dignity of life for those with a terminal illness. The ten-bed residence broadens the services of the established resource programming for the terminally ill and their families. The Hospice is free of charge and open to people of all cultures, beliefs and faiths facing a terminal illness.

475 Christina Street North
Sarnia, Ontario
Tel: 519-337-0537

Pathways Health Centre for Children

Pathways Health Centre for Children serves Sarnia-Lambton children and youth with physical, developmental and communication needs. Support is also provided to their families, as well as adults for some specialized services.

1240 Murphy Road, Sarnia
Tel: 519-542-3471

Occupational Health Clinic Ontario Workers

Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) provides medical diagnostic reviews for workers who may have work related health problems, health and safety assessments of workplaces and education and training on health and safety issues.  No referral is necessary and most services are provided free of charge. OHCOW also runs the Migrant Farm Worker Project.

171 Kendall Street, Point Edward
Tel: 519-337-4627 

Lambton Elderly Outreach

Lambton Elderly Outreach provides community support services to seniors over 60 and adults with disabilities.  Some of these services include: home help, transportation, caregiver respite and support, meals on wheels, grocery shopping, diner’s club, exercise classes and home maintenance.

4486 London Line, R. R. #1, Wyoming
Tel: 519-845-1353 or toll free 1-800-265-0203

Dental Services

Proper oral (mouth) hygeine – healthy teeth and gums – is an important part of health that sometimes gets overlooked because it is not covered by Ontario’s health insurance plan, OHIP. Lambton Public Health promotes the best possible dental health for all residents in the County of Lambton and offers a number of free dental services for children up to the age of 17 years old.  These services are for families who cannot afford to pay dental  fees and who do not have private insurance that covers dental. These programs include:

  • Healthy Smiles Ontario provides dental care for children (up to 17) from families with an eligible adjusted family net income and no dental insurance
  • Children in Need of Treatment (CINOT) provide urgent care to children (up to 17) from families where it woud be a finacial hardship to pay for dental treatments

Information on these programs is available in multiple languages.