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COVID-19 - What if You Don't Have a Home to Stay In?


Due to COVID-19, Street Health hours are reduced to:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Tuesday - 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Screening at the door:

  • All Street Health clients need to answer questions about possible symptoms they may have related to COVID-19

Services we continue to offer:

  • Harm reduction supplies
  • ID Safe
  • OPS
  • Mental health case management for existing clients

Beginning June, 2020:

  • Nursing on Monday and Wednesday: 10 AM – 3 PM for urgent issues and wound care
  • Harm Reduction Outreach Workers connecting with clients in the community on Monday and Thursday: 2-4 pm
  • Social Insurance Number (SIN) on-line application support

 COVID-19 can spread very easily. Anyone who can, should self-isolate and use agency websites and phone for updates.

Current Cancellations:

  • All Harm Reduction Drop-In programs (Monday afternoon and Wednesday evening)
  • Volunteer kit making sessions
  • ID Community Clinics
  • Off-site community Nursing Clinics

Call 416-921-8668 with any questions.