About Community Door
The concept of shared space for health and social services addresses the challenges faced by many not-for-profit agencies of finding and maintaining suitable operating spaces that would be easily accessible for the people they serve.
The benefits of the shared space concept are:
- Member agencies can take advantage of shared common spaces and resources.
- Their clients benefit from improved access to services, with potentially multiple service offerings, at a single convenient location.
Community Door proudly opened its doors in 2010 to provide the residents of Peel Region easy access to a wide range of high-quality health and social services. We now serve over ten thousand individuals and families annually through ten member agencies at two convenient locations in Mississauga and Brampton.
like-minded people working together
Our vision is to improve access to vital human services for individuals and families in the community.
Deliver a high-quality human services experience to Member Agencies and their clients by bringing together complementary organizations in a shared service environment to foster efficiency, effectiveness, and excellence.
the door to shared values
Community Door member agencies, staff members, and volunteers operate under four values: Collaboration, Caring, Competence, and Community.
Collaboration: Member agencies collaborate with one another to improve efficiency and maximize their ability to benefit their clients through cross referral to other relevant services.
Caring: Member agencies and staff are committed to finding the best possible ways to provide vital services to people in need. Each member of Community Door operates with the goal of improving the lives of their clients to promote healthy families and communities.
Competence: Every member agency employs highly qualified personnel to deliver professional services. Each member of the Community Door family works to provide the best possible advice, care and support for the people they serve.
Compassion: Community Door agencies and staff work together to create compassionate, respectful environments that honour privacy and cultural preferences while addressing vital health and social service needs.