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


Join us online to participate in our webinar "Responding to Canada's Overdose Crisis- Facts & Actions" together with Fairlawn Avenue United Church. 

Date: 05/25/2022 (Wed.)

Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm EDT

Location: Zoom

ID Clinics: Tuesday 
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM & Friday 10 AM - 12 PM

500+ clients store their mail and identification documents with ID Safe, keeping these items secure. 

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 with RJ and Satasha


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

Womens' Drop In

Women's Harm Reduction Drop-in
Thursdays 5:00 - 7:00 PM @ All Saints Community Centre and Church  

 For non-binary people, trans and cis women who are homeless and/or street-involved.

final HR Drop in

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

Latest News

Spring 2022 Newsletter

April 4, 2022 — See what's happening and new in the spring newsletter!  Read the newsletter.  

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Our Community Supporters

JPCI 2022


Once again, a Big thank you to the students, teachers (Imran and Rahmin above) and staff from John Polanyi Collegiate Institute. Your donation of personal and hygiene items are needed and help us meet clients' needs. Many thanks!

Tzu Chi

Thank you to the Tzu Chi Foundation for their generous donation of winter warmth items. We are so grateful for your continued support!