Toronto and York Region Métis Community

Call Auntie Clinic – Community Health Worker

April 19, 2024

Job Description

Job Title: Call Auntie Clinic (CAC) Community Health Worker 

Salary: $28 – $31/hour – based on qualifications and experience

Hours: 40 hrs/week (1.0 FTE), flexible schedule, mostly daytime hours, occasional evening or weekend hours

Location: Call Auntie Clinic at SGMT – 525 Dundas St E, occasional work from home, client home visits and accompaniment to appointments

Start: Immediate start – contract ending March 2025.  **Extension contingent on funding.


Call Auntie is an urban Indigenous-led not-for-profit organization strengthening the health and wellbeing of the Toronto Indigenous Community by providing low barrier access to culturally safe health care, information, and referrals, to Indigenous Community Health Workers, Midwives, Doctors and Nurse Practitioners. With a strong focus on sexual and reproductive health, and wrap-around support, Call Auntie draws upon Indigenous extended kinship systems of support to promote self-determination and fiercely advocate for family integrity throughout all our programs.

The active partnerships that Call Auntie maintains provides us with clinical service providers, supplies, referral pathways, space, and everything that makes what we do possible! This includes but not limited to; Seventh Generation Midwives TorontoToronto Birth Centre, Positive Pregnancy Program (P3)Inner City Health Associates Indigenous ProgramAuduzhe Mino Nesewinong

Role Description: 

The CAC Community Health Worker will provide a mix of transitional and episodic direct support to individuals and families accessing care at Call Auntie Clinic using a client-centered model of Indigenous approaches to harm reduction, community building and community based supports. You will support the logistics and growth of culturally safe mental health activities offered by Call Auntie. In addition, you may carry a small caseload of clients seeking mental health and addictions services using your skills to facilitate access, navigate, advocate, and appropriately refer clients to health and social services to address client identified priorities. In this role you will be supporting Indigenous people who are:

Roles and Responsibilities:


Call Auntie works to create a healthy work environment based on anti-racism and anti-oppression, in line with Indigenous kinship systems, our different Nations teachings and the Ontario Human Rights Code. We encourage Indigenous individuals, all women, Two-Spirit, genderqueer, trans and non-binary individuals to apply, including racialized people, and individuals with disabilities. Accommodations are provided throughout the application process for individuals with disabilities, upon request, please let us know what you may require.

Cover letter and resume will be accepted until Monday, May 6th at 12:00 noon. 

Please submit to Crystal at: – subject: Call Auntie HR: CAC-CHW

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