Read Richmond Community Information During COVID booklet

Richmond Homeless Connect has just released its revised 12-page booklet on available services — updated for the current health environment — listing services available for low-income Richmond residents. Please forward to anyone who may benefit from this information including community centres and faith community leaders. For those interested in a printed copy, email info@richmondprc.org.

Richmond residents receive increased access to urgent health care needs

With the recent opening of the new Richmond Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC), located on the third floor at 7671 Alderbridge Way, residents can now visit for unexpected, non-life-threatening health concerns that require same-day treatment if they either do not have a primary care provider, or if he or she is unavailable. Examples of … Read more

Waitlist for Richmond family doctor now open

  Are you or someone you know a looking for a family physician or nurse practitioner in Richmond? A centralized waitlist is now available on the Divisions of Family Practice website where you can register yourself, a family member or someone in your care. Prerequisites: Be a resident of Richmond Not already be attached to … Read more

Read City of Richmond one page tenant relocation policy guide

The City of Richmond has produced an easy-t0-read, one page document explaining tenant protections as it pertains to relocation due to redevelopment. This guide is the result of work done by the Richmond Poverty Reduction Coalition along with city staff — please print, post and forward to anyone who might benefit from this information.   … Read more