Organizations across the spectrum of care—acute and teaching hospitals, palliative and end of life, mental health and addictions, rehabilitation services, housing, and long term care.
Resourceful, creative health care professionals coming together to engage in dialogue, collaborate on initiatives, and deepen their connection to the ministry.Learn More
A bold, unifying campaign that amplifies the role, value, and impact of Catholic health care in Canada.Learn More
Recognizing our Catholic health care leaders and programs that have a transformative impact on health care in Canada.Learn more
Rooted in the healing ministry of Jesus, it is our call to approach each other with vulnerability and humility. We are part of each other’s journey towards healing. The CHAC has been serving Canadians for over 400 years—before Canada was even a country.Learn More
St. Joseph's Health Care Society to establish new hospice in Elgin County, OntarioLEARN MORE
Alliance issues statement regarding the former Indian Residential SchoolsVIEW
World Day of Sick ResourcesLEARN MORE
Appointment of John P. Ruetz as President & CEOVIEW
World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2020 - Message of Pope FrancisDOWNLOAD PDF
As Catholic health care providers, we acknowledge that we serve on traditional territories of the Indigenous Peoples who have stewarded these lands since time immemorial. We honour and acknowledge their spiritual and practical relationships to the land that create a rich heritage for our learning, our life as a community, and to inform our health care approach.
Catholic health care is grounded in the healing ministry of Jesus. The ethics of Catholic social teachings guide our work including the calls to respect dignity, foster trust in care, promote justice, and offer compassion. We recognize the interconnectedness of each of us and work in solidarity for the common good.Learn more
We believe in the sacredness of life at all stages, from conception until natural death, and are honoured to journey with individuals and their families at every step. Recognizing that death and dying are a natural part of life, we encourage honest conversations that generate dialogue about the many processes, dynamics, and decisions that must be considered as someone nears the end of their life.