Philip Aziz Centre (PAC) is a non-profit, home hospice program providing practical, physical, emotional and spiritual support for people living with cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-limiting illnesses. Hospice services are delivered through a small professional staff team and large base of trained volunteers, who work in collaboration with healthcare professionals and other agencies involved in client’s care.
All hospice services are provided free of charge.
PAC is a member of Hospice Palliative Care Ontario/Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Association, Canadian Pediatric Residential Hospice Network, Toronto Central LHIN Palliative Care Network, Ontario Multi-Faith Council, and associate of Ontario AIDS Society.
PAC’s programs are generously supported by the Ministry of Health, numerous foundations and organizations, businesses, service clubs, churches and individuals, all who help to meet current needs and allow for expansion as the demand for hospice services continues to increase.
PAC is in the process of expanding its current hospice programs to children and families by opening Emily’s House, a Children’s Residential Hospice. Emily’s House – the first hospice of its kind in Toronto – builds on PAC’s seventeen years of care and support for people living with life-limiting illnesses. Emily’s House will provide pediatric palliative care for 10 children living with a life-limiting diagnosis.
Charitable Registration No. 89422 8063 RR0001