Street Health at a Glance

See 2019-2020 Annual Report for more detail.

Nursing Clinic: Monday & Wednesday 10 AM - 4 PM
10,000 client visits made to the nursing and community mental health services to address urgent and complex client priorities.

Nursing Team

Celebrating 35 Years

2021 marks the 35th year of Street Health services in the mid-east region of Toronto.

ID Clinic every Tuesday 
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
535 clients store their mail and identification documents safely stored at Street Health, keeping these items safe from theft and loss.
ID Client

3,100 client visits to the Overdose Prevention Site (OPS) including 614 referrals to health supports.


Cropped V37,000+ harm reducation contacts made in the downtown core by the Community Harm Reduction Response Team. 

1,050 drop-by visits at seven community locations, during evening and weekend hours, to access case management support through the mobile health bus.


Health Card V2

30% increase in the number of clients requesting identifcation service (1,200 pieces of ID processed).

Each week community volunteers support harm reduction kit assembly and their discussions inspire the creation of eye-catching harm reduction stickers!



Weathered campaign highlights the urgent need for overdose prevention with a community photo exhibit and videos Yonge & Dundas. Thank you Twenty/Twenty Arts.

Latest News

Health Bus stop each Wednesday at Drop-In

February 11, 2021 — The Rotary Club of Toronto Health Bus, which offers support with Nurses from Sherbourne Health Centre and Outreach Workers from Street Health, now has a weekly stop at the Wednesday night Drop-In at St. Luke's Church (Sherbourne and Carlton). The...

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Out of the Cold

December 16, 2020 — Street Health is a proud partner of this new community program at St. Luke's United Church (Carlton & Sherbourne). Each Wednesday Street Health Outreach Workers are part of the team providing information about harm reducation and community services at this...

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Our Community Supporters


Street Health is grateful to be the recipient of local business charity awareness and fundraising efforts. This month CAFE, a cannabis retailer with four locations in Toronto, is helping to create wider community understanding about Street Health's services. We appreciate all of our community supporters efforts to promote harm reducation and the need for advocacy and empathy for those who are experiencing homelessness. 


Thank you Undergraduate Pharmacy Society at the University of Toronto. Their recent Charity Week raised more than $2,000 for Street Health’s OPS! “As future healthcare providers, we are all very passionate about helping underserved populations and Street Health’s mission resonated amongst the students,” Christina Truong, 2T2 Class Council.