Enhanced Level of Care for Toronto’s Homeless and Under-housed: Official opening of Street Health’s accessible Coach House
WHAT – On Wednesday, September 28 at 2:30 P.M. Street Health will officially open its newly accessible Coach House. Street Health provides nursing, community mental health, identification replacement, ID safe-storage, harm reduction and peer programs working with more than 3500 individuals annually who are homeless and under-housed in Toronto. Street Health’s accessible Coach House provides an enhanced level of care to clients with private, well-equipped space to meet one-on-one with a nurse or community mental health worker.
Speakers include: Kapri Rabin, Executive Director and Sushi Rosborough, Street Health Peer will be talking about the impact of this new facility on the local community.
WHEN – Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 2:30 PM (event concludes at 4:00 PM)
WHERE – Street Health 338 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON