Applications, EOIs and Calls for Proposals

This page has been created to share information with LHIN-funded Health Service Providers, patients, caregivers and other stakeholders to support Calls for Applications, Expressions of Interest and Proposals as new opportunities become available. 

Community Hubs Facilitation Program - NEW! May 8, 2018

The Ministry of Infrastructure is launching a new program and re-launching an expanded version of an existing program to support community organizations involved with developing community hubs at the local level across Ontario. 

Community Hubs Facilitation Program (New)
The Facilitation Program supports community capacity building by providing facilitation services to enable the development and operation of sustainable and viable community hubs. The program is intended to augment supports available on the Community Hubs Resource Network - -  by providing funding to successful applicants to hire a facilitator who will assist with advancing their community hub-related projects.

Details including eligibility criteria and how to apply can be found at:

Surplus Property Transition Initiative (Expanded)
The Surplus Property Transition Initiative helps organizations and community groups transition surplus publicly owned properties, such as schools, public hospitals or other publicly owned properties to meet community needs. There are two stages to this expanded program.

  • Holding cost stage:
    • provides funding to hold publicly owned properties for up to 18 months that are no longer in use or that have been deemed surplus
    • this gives organizations time to:
      • find partners
      • complete a business plan and
      • secure funding to redevelop the property into a community hub
  • Fair value offset stage (New):
    • provides funding to help community organizations acquire eligible surplus properties at below fair value to support community re-use

Details including eligibility criteria and how to apply can be found at:

Applications for both these programs will be accepted beginning May 4, 2018 and interested community organizations are encouraged to submit applications as early as possible. Applicants will be notified in writing once the assessment is complete and funding decisions are made.

Please contact the Community Hubs Division at if you have any questions. We look forward to receiving your proposals to support the development of community hubs.

Le ministère de l'Infrastructure lance un nouveau programme et une version élargie d'un programme déjà sur pied afin d'appuyer les organismes communautaires qui participent à la création de carrefours communautaires à l'échelle locale en Ontario.   


Programme de facilitation pour les carrefours communautaires (nouveau)

Le Programme de facilitation favorise le renforcement des capacités communautaires par des services de facilitation qui permettent la création et le fonctionnement de carrefours communautaires viables. Il vise à accroître le soutien qu’offre le Réseau de ressources pour les carrefours communautaires ( en remettant des fonds aux candidats qui ont été retenus pour que ceux-ci retiennent les services d’un facilitateur qui les aidera à faire progresser leurs projets liés à des carrefours communautaires.
Les renseignements, dont les critères d'admissibilité et la façon de présenter une demande, se trouvent à l'adresse

Initiative de transition visant les propriétés excédentaires (programme élargi)
L’Initiative de transition visant les propriétés excédentaires aide des communautaires à réaffecter des biens-fonds publics excédentaires (p. ex., des écoles et des hôpitaux publics) pour qu’ils répondent à des besoins de leur collectivité locale. Ce programme élargi comprend deux volets :

  • Coût lié à la détention du bien-fonds
    • Des fonds sont remis à des organismes communautaires pour qu’ils puissent détenir, durant une période maximale de 18 mois, des biens-fonds publics qui ne sont plus utilisés ou qui ont été déclarés excédentaires.
    • Cela donne à ces organismes du temps pour :
      • trouver des partenaires;
      • rédiger un plan d’affaires;
      • obtenir des fonds pour transformer le bien immobilier en un carrefour communautaire.
  • Acquisition du bien-fonds à un prix inférieur à sa juste valeur (nouveau)
    • Des fonds sont remis à des organismes communautaires pour les aider à acquérir, à un prix inférieur à leur juste valeur, des biens-fonds publics excédentaires qui remplissent certaines conditions, pour que ceux-ci puissent être réaffectés à des fins communautaires.

Les renseignements, dont les critères d'admissibilité et la façon de présenter une demande, se trouvent à l'adresse

Les demandes pour ces deux programmes seront acceptées à compter du 4 mai 2018. Les organismes communautaires intéressés sont encouragés à présenter leur demande le plus tôt possible. Les organismes qui auront présenté une demande seront avisés par écrit lorsque l'évaluation sera terminée et que les décisions auront été prises.

Si vous avez des questions, veuillez communiquer avec la Division des politiques en matière de carrefours communautaires, à l’adresse Nous avons hâte de recevoir vos propositions pour soutenir la création de carrefours communautaires.

Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC) Expression of Interest – November 2017

  • The Central East LHIN is seeking additional community members to participate in its Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC). This is being done to help ensure the committee reflects the diversity of the people and communities within the Central East LHIN geography.  A diverse committee will ensure that discussions will reflect and respond to a broad range of lived experiences. PFAC membership is extended to all Central East LHIN community residents and will reflect the diversity of our communities. At present, the PFAC includes geographic representation from a number of the LHIN’s sub-regions with individuals with a variety of lived and professional experiences. 

    With this Expression of Interest, we are currently encouraging patients and their family/caregivers who live within the Central East LHIN’s Haliburton County sub-region and/or people who self-identify as a member of the francophone, indigenous, new immigrant and/or LGBTQ communities to complete and submit this Expression of Interest for consideration as a member of the Central East LHIN Patient and Family Advisory Committee.  

    In addition to completing the EOI form, applicants may also submit a current resume (if applicable) for consideration. Please submit this Expression of Interest to Robin Russell via email, facsimile at 905-444-2562 or by mail/in person at Central East LHIN, 920 Champlain Court, Whitby ON, L1N 6K9.

    Sub-Region Planning Tables Expression of Interest (EOI)

    The Central East Local Health Integration Network (Central East LHIN) is continuing to seek health system stakeholders to participate in Sub-region Planning Tables. We encourage individuals within the Central East LHIN’s geographic region to complete and submit this Expression of Interest for consideration as a member of the Central East LHIN Sub-region Planning Tables.

    As of March 20, 2018, the LHIN is seeking individuals for the following vacancies:

    • Scarborough North
      • Primary Care physician, Municipal Services representative, Specialist representative
    • Scarborough South
      • New Immigrant representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Durham West
      • Municipal Services representative, Long Term Care sector representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Durham North East
      • Patient, Indigenous representative, New Immigrant representative, Specialist, Long Term Care sector representative, Addictions sector representative
    • Northumberland County
      • Francophone representative, New Immigrant representative, Primary Care representative
    • Haliburton County and the City of Kawartha Lakes
      • Caregiver, Francophone representative, New Immigrant representative 

    Sub-region planning builds on the Central East LHIN’s strong foundation of local engagement and planning, including Health Links, and will also advance the strategic aims and direct care priorities of the Central East LHIN’s Integrated Health Service Plan 4 (IHSP 4) – Living Healthier at Home. To that end, the Central East LHIN has established Sub-region Planning Tables to foster joint accountability for innovative, integrated system redesign to address health and service gaps, advance quality, and improve patient experience and outcomes.

    For more information and to submit and Sub-Region Planning Table EOI please see below:

    Please submit this Expression of Interest, or address any questions to

    Please note that the due date for this Expression of Interest was September 12, 2017, however the LHIN continues to accept EOIs from specific stakeholder groups identified above.