Our Commitment to You
At St Marys Mobility we commit to ensuring that our clients, their caregivers, staff, volunteers and our wider community receive accessible, equitable and inclusive access to our programs and services. We hold our team to the highest possible standard of care, and welcome the opportunity for feedback and discussion so that we can continue to improve.
As a founding member of the Huron Perth and Area Ontario Health Team (HPA OHT), St Marys Mobility is committed to participating in the ongoing improvement of our local health system. Through the OHT process, our organization, along with many of our HPA OHT member organizations, have come together to establish and work towards creating a equitable and inclusive health system for all. If you wish to know more about this work, or have feedback or insight you would be willing to offer our team as we move along in our journey, we encourage you to contact us here.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Huron Perth and Area Ontario Health Team (HPA OHT) works to create a healthcare system that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve and provides equitable and inclusive care.
St Marys & Area Mobility Service, as part of our Ontario Health Team commits to create and maintain a health system that is diverse, inclusive, equitable and welcoming.
Access to safe, accessible and inclusive programs is crucial for all members of our community to establish and maintain their health and the health of their neighbours and friends. Mobility is committed to creating and maintaining safe spaces for our clients, their caregivers and families, our staff, volunteers and our wider community.
We acknowledge and give thanks for the land on which we work and gather, as being the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee/People of the Long House and the Anishinaabe.
We recognize the First Peoples' continued stewardship of the land and water, and that this territory is subject to the Dish with One Spoon Wampum, under which multiple nations agreed to care for the land and resources by the Great Lakes in peace.
We also acknowledge and recognize the treaties signed in regard to this land including Treaty 29 and Treaty 451/2. Our roles and shared responsibilities as treaty people mean we are committed to moving forward in reconciliation, with gratitude and respect with all First Nations, Metis, Inuit and Indigenous Peoples.
Our organization commits to taking action in our daily work to recognize our role as settlers on this land, and in creating lasting change for those who come after us.