Street Health at a Glance

See 2020-2021 Annual Report for more detail.

Nursing Clinic: Monday & Wednesday 10 AM - 4 PM
9,500 client visits made to the nursing and community mental health services to address urgent and complex client priorities.
 Final Nursing 2021

Marking 35 Years in the Community

2021 marks the 35th year of Street Health services in the mid-east region of Toronto. Learn more about Street Health's history and services.

ID Clinic every Tuesday 
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
More than 500 clients store their mail and identification documents with ID Safe, keeping these items secure. Following health protocols, during 2020, 4,250 face-to-face client visits took place. 

ID Client

2,725 client visits to the Overdose Prevention Site (OPS) including 600 referrals to health supports and 89 overdoses reversed.

OPS Staff 2021

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2,000+ harm reducation contacts made in the downtown core by the Community Harm Reduction Response Team. 

Over 1,000 drop-by visits by more than 560 clients to access case management support and nurses from the mobile health bus.

Bus 2021


36,000+ visits for personal care, hygiene and harm reduction supplies.

Training group for the new drop-in for non-binary people, trans and cis women who are homeless and/or street involved.

Womens' Drop In

final HR Drop in

Wednesday Night Drop-In with full health and safety protocols in effect.

Latest News

Overdose Awareness

June 18, 2021 — A protest, memorial and circle took place this week at Toronto City Hall to mark and remember the more than 6,000 individuals across Canada who died due to the toxic drug supply in 2020. Street Health’s Harm Reduction Worker, Ben...

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June 10, 2021 — The Works, Toronto Public Health is a partner agency with Street Health. This week they shared resources from NORS - the National Overdose Response Service. "Please see the new promotional posters for the National Overdose Response Service (Formerly the Grenfell...

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Our Community Supporters

Carmen - Street Health Supporter

Carmen has delivered more than 1,000 masks to community groups since the pandemic began. That is a lot of sewing! Street Health is pleased to be a recipient of your efforts. Many thanks Carmen!


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.