- Nursing Clinics
- ID Replacement
- Meal Programs
- Food Banks
- Drop Ins
- Clothing Banks
- Bad Date Reporting
This symbol was used by American "hoboes" in the earlier part of the twentieth century. It indicated "if you are sick, they will take care of you here".
Street Health is "Going Green”! As part of this campaign we would like to offer our donors the opportunity to begin receiving their Bi-Annual newsletter by email.
Our goal is to switch 30% of our donors to an E-Newsletter by the end of the year for a savings of over $2000. Any savings will go towards our much needed programs and services. Join the movement!
30th Anniversary, 2016
Together we can make it work
Nursing clinics are offered throughout the week at our offices and at partner agencies. Clients from the community have a variety of places to seek nursing services. These include:
Monday: Nurses are available to see clients who come to the door at Street Health (338 Dundas E.) throughout the day, from 9 am until 4 pm.
Tuesday: Nursing care is available at St. James Cathedral (65 Church St.) from 1:30 till 3:30 pm, which also includes a foot care clinic where a Street Health nurse, certified in foot care, provides services. Foot Care is first-come first-served; if your case is urgent or for more information, contact Gloria at St James: (416) 364-7865 ext. 230. Our team also includes a Nurse Practitioner, with an expanded scope of practice, who can write most prescriptions and order diagnostic lab tests.
- A nurse clinic takes place at Margaret's Drop-In (323 Dundas E.), from 9;15 am till 11:15 am.
- Women's 24-Hour Drop-in (67 Adealide St. East); Nursing and NP care, from 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Fridays: Nurses and our Nurse Practitioner see clients at Street Health from 9am to 4 pm. Nurses also provide foot care at St. James Cathedral from 9:30 am until 11:30 am. Foot Care is first-come first-served; if you case is urgent or for more information, contact Gloria at St. James: 9416) 364-7865 ext. 230
EVERYONE IS WELCOME !