Chiropodists are regulated health care providers who treat diseases and disorders of the foot and ankle. As part of the health care team, they work to improve a client’s overall health, mobility and independence.
A CTS is a health service where people inject, snort or orally consume pre-obtained drugs in a safe, hygienic and welcoming environment under the supervision of trained staff.
Overdose prevention and supervised injection services improve public safety by reducing issues such as public injecting and discarded needles.
The Drug Users’ Memorial Project was established in 2010 as a remembrance, healing and community arts initiative. We created an 8 foot copper flame monument to commemorate community members and loved ones who have died due to the war on drugs.
The Women’s Harm Reduction Program is a trans-inclusive, sex-work positive program for all women who use drugs.
Harm reduction refers to a set of practical strategies aimed at reducing some of the harms caused by the criminalization of people who use drugs. Harm reduction is non-judgemental about drug use and respects the rights of people who use drugs. Services Offered Harm reduction supplies (injection, stems, bowls, chasing the dragon, foils, etc.) Condoms […]
Community Kitchen (no program at this time) stay tuned for 2023 dates
Harmony Garden Club (no program at this time) Spring to Fall (stay tuned for 2023 dates)
Harmony Good Food Market (the market is closed until June 2023) Tuesdays starting June-October (for more information click here) Time: 3-5pm Location: 2 Gower Street
Mind Your Food (click here for flyer) It is a free food-focused program that covers topics including: Cooking skills Balanced meals and nutrition Cultural pride and food traditions Land-based education Mental wellbeing Community action Date: To be determined Time: Location: Harmony Community Food Centre – 2 Gower Street There will be at least 1 outdoor […]
The Oakridge Health and Harm Reduction Hub offers walk-in services for people who use drugs and other substances. Our goal is to improve the health of people who use substances, and better connect local residents with health, social and community services they may benefit from. You do not need a health card, family doctor or […]
This is a walk-in clinic for people who have difficulty accessing health and social services because of drug use, homelessness and/or mental health problems.
Choose Health Toronto Central is a regional initiative led by SRCHC. We offer programs for community members living with long-term health concerns, their caregivers, as well as their health care providers.
Social workers provide counselling, case management and advocacy (both systemic and individual) to registered clients in our service area.
The Toronto Community Hep C Program is an innovative, community-based, client-centered collaborative care model which provides HCV support, education, and treatment to individuals living with, or are otherwise at risk of acquiring Hepatitis C infection.
With a mission to breakdown barriers to service access, SRCHC welcomes non-insured clients.
Urgent care for clients that are not feeling well and want to be seen by a provider the same day is available for registered SRCHC clinical clients only. Clients may be referred to the hospital or a walk-in clinic, if needed.
WORKSHOPS A variety of hands-on workshops covering cooking and gardening topics and themes throughout the year. Enjoy group activities, knowledge sharing, and building your skills with your community. 2023 dates and topics TBD