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.
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.
Yearly diabetes eye screenings can reduce the risk of diabetes-related damage to the eye (retinopathy) which, if left untreated, can cause vision loss.
Diabetes in the Real World Committee (DRW) is a group of community members who meet regularly to raise awareness about issues faced by individuals living with type 2 diabetes. Open to anyone who: Has been impacted by type 2 diabetes Is passionate and would like to make a difference Would like to share experiences, ideas […]
Our diabetes support groups allow individuals to ask, receive and provide support in an informal setting with both peers and diabetes educators.
You can access a range of harm reduction supplies, materials and equipment through the fixed site.
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We host a beautiful volunteer run rooftop garden at on the deck of our 4th floor at 955 Queen Street Health.
A 12-week program for womxn identified folks who have experienced grief due to trauma or loss and want to learn & share coping skills and strategies.
The MATCH Program offers a wide variety of services related to pregnancy, labour, and birth, as well as postpartum care for infants and adults, well-gynecological care and pregnancy options counselling.
An informal drop-in peer support and diabetes education group that focuses on mental health challenges and managing diabetes Facilitated by diabetes educators 2nd and 4th Monday of each month 2:30–3:30pm (Virtual) Our diabetes support groups allow individuals to ask, receive and provide support in an informal setting with both peers and diabetes educators. During the […]
The mobile outreach program delivers harm reduction materials and resources to people who use drugs and live in our catchment area.
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.
Description of the service and role(s) Our physicians (MDs) make up a team of family doctors who provide primary care to our clients with services delivered in many different settings, stretching from their own offices, clients’ homes, and other facilities in the community. The role that physicians play at SRCHC is fundamental in the promotion […]
Physiotherapy is branch of rehabilitative medicine that focuses on relieving pain, maintaining function, and quality of life for individuals with chronic diseases and or physical injury.
Our Safer Opioid Supply Program (SOS) addresses the overdose crisis by transitioning people away from toxic and contaminated street opioids to pharmaceutical grade opioids.
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.
Toronto Diabetes Care Connect is a regional (city-wide) program that is hosted by SRCHC and funded by the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network.
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.
Description of the service and role(s) Our clinical Registered Nurses contribute to a collaborative group of clinicians on our primary care team. They add a great variety of skills and specialized training which allows for the integration of wound care, a service which the clinical nursing team provides primary care clients with wounds that range from […]
Along with our primary health services, the multidisciplinary team members support cancer patients and their family members in accessing good quality cancer care services.