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Program Category: COVID-19

SRCHC Centre Updates

Service Status More Information

955 Queen Street East

Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00 am-8:00 pm Wednesday & Friday 9:00am-5:00pm (closed on Saturdays)

Services by appointment only:

  • Chiropody (foot care)
  • Clinical (Doctor, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse)
  • DECNET (diabetes)
  • Midwifery care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Counselling & Social Work

We screen all clients before entry

Clinical: (416) 461-2493

Main Phone Line: (416) 461-1925

955 Queen Street East

 

Drop-in services:

  • Food distribution (at the front door as available)
  • Harm reduction supply distribution (9:00am-5:00pm)
  • Outreach Clinic – Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-4pm
  • Supervised Consumption and Treatment – keepSIX (9:00am-5:00pm)

We screen all clients before entry

For more information please call (416) 461-1925

Outreach Clinic – 955 Queen Street East

Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2-4 pm (please go to back door to register)

  • See a doctor or nurse practitioner (health card not necessary).
  • Get sexual health info, including testing, vaccinations & treatment etc.
  • Talk to a counselor.
  • Get foot care at the Thursday clinic (3:00-4:00pm).

 

For more information please call (416) 461-2493

Moss Park (134 Sherbourne Street)

Tuesday – Saturday from 4:00-10:00pm (last call at 9:15pm). Temporarily closed on Sundays

  • Consumption treatment services
  • Food distribution
  • All clients are screened prior to entry

For more information please call (416) 303-4453

keepSIX Consumption Treatment Services (955 Queen St. E.)

Mondays, 11:00am-5:00pm (last call at 4:30pm)                                                      Tuesday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm (last call at 4:30pm)

  • Consumption treatment services
  • Drug testing services
  • Food distribution
  • All clients are screened prior to entry
  • CLOSED on Saturdays (until further notice)

For more information please call (416) 461-1925

Home Visits

  • Essential appointments only

Clients screened by telephone prior to visit.

DECNET (1245 Danforth Ave. Unit 2 & 3)

  • Location is CLOSED
  • Regular programs have either been suspended or moved to virtual groups
  • Some appointments have moved to 955 Queen St. E.

For more information please call 416-461-9043

For more information about virtual groups please call 416-461-9043

Harmony Community Food Centre (2 Gower)

  • Indoor programs suspended

Programs available:

Virtual Cooking for Seniors                                                    Thursday February 4 & Thursday March 4 (2 sessions)      1-2pm

  • We will focus on a feature ingredient cooked once and used in two different dishes. Meal kits available for group virtual cooking.
    *Limited spots available with priority to those in our delivery zone
  • Register by contacting mradwanski@srchc.com
  • For more info, call (416) 752-0101

Virtual Families Cooking Together
Tuesdays February 23-March 16 (4 weeks)
4:30-5:30pm

  • Cook with us as we share quick weeknight family-friendly dinner recipes.
    This FREE program is for families with children ages 4-12 to roll up their sleeves and cook together. Meal kits are included!
    *Limited spots available, priority given to local families in our delivery zone.
  • Please register by contacting mradwanski@srchc.com
  • For more information, call (416) 752-0101

Community Drop-In Takeaway Meals

  • Weekly made-from-scratch hot takeaway meals with safety measures in place. All are welcome!
  • Every Wednesday
  • 2 Gower St.
  • 4:00-5:30pm
  • Kathleen (416) 752-0101 Ext 226, kko@srchc.com

For more information call (416) 752-0101

Harmony Hall Centre for Seniors (2 Gower St.)

  • Location is CLOSED
  • Regular programs are suspended
  • Telephone support is available
  • Virtual programs are available

For more information call (416) 752-0101

Harmony Hall Centre for Seniors (Crescent Town Club)

  • Location is CLOSED
  • Regular programs are suspended
  • Telephone support available
  • Virtual programs available

For more information call (647) 233-4898

Choose Health

  • Location is CLOSED
  • All programs offered virtually.
  • Please check the website for programs open for registration.

Visit www.selfmanagementtc.ca or email choosehealthtc@srchc.com

Rescue Bike Clinic – Eastview Neighbourhood CC – 86 Blake St

 

 

Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm (weather permitting – as long as temperature is above zero)

  • Rescue Bike is open this fall/winter for minor repairs
  • Book in advance so we know you are coming. Call or text 437-228-1445
  • Please wear a mask

 

Call or text Paul at (437) 228-1445 or email  pyoung@srchc.com

  • You can line up and sign in (bookings will have priority)

Chinese Cancer Support Group

2nd Tuesday of the month from 2-4:30pm

  • A monthly virtual support group open to Chinese-speaking cancer patients/survivors and their caregivers to share coping strategies in their journey.
  • Pre-registration is a must

Grace Ho at (416) 461-1925 ext. 248 or graceho@srchc.com

Chinese Newcomers Group

2nd and 4th Wednesday afternoon from 2-4 pm

  • Bi-monthly virtual group meeting
  • Pre-registration is a must.

Grace Ho at (416) 461-1925 ext. 248 or graceho@srchc.com

Seniors Wellness Group

1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month 10am-12:30pm

  • Bi-monthly virtual group (English)
  • Registration is required

Some of our activities:

  • gentle exercise
  • sharing laughter
  • brain games
  • sing-along
  • guest speakers etc.

 

Shirley Cheng-Kerr at (416) 461-1925 ex 348 or Scheng-kerr@srchc.com

Plain Language Group

2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month 10am-12:30pm

  • Bi-monthly virtual group (English)
  • Registration is required

Some of our activities:

  • focused on plain language review of medical and social information

Shirley Cheng-Kerr at (416) 461-1925 ex 348 or Scheng-kerr@srchc.com

THE HEALTH OF OUR CLIENTS AND STAFF IS OUR PRIORITY

Client and Visitor Safety

Many appointments and meetings have been moved to phone and/or video appointments, however, if you need to come into the Centre, we want you to feel safe and know what to expect.

  • To help with physical distancing, there are fewer people in the Centre at any one time.
  • Everyone is required to wear masks and are carefully monitoring their own health.
  • Washrooms are only open for clients with appointments.

What to Expect When You Visit

  • All clients with booked appointments are asked to enter by the back door where they will be screened.
  • Please arrive up to 10 minutes before the start of your visit and not earlier.
  • Please dress warmly as you will need to wait outside prior to being allowed in.
  • All persons entering any location must wear a mask and sanitize their hands. Click here for more information on our mask requirements.
  • Support people are allowed in the Centre only when clients need assistance.
  • Physical distancing (keeping six feet apart from others).
  • Safe separation for clients who may have COVID symptoms. We may ask you to wait in a private room instead of the waiting room.

Additional Cleaning Protocols

  • Clients with COVID symptoms are taken to a separate room, which is double cleaned after use.
  • Common areas and high touch surfaces are cleaned many times throughout the day.

ALL groups; programs; drop-ins; non-essential meetings and walk-ins are cancelled unless otherwise stated on the chart below.

ALL persons entering any of our locations are asked to wear a mask and sanitize their hands.

To see all of our recent COVID-19 news and SRCHC updates Go to this section

If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call 416-461-2493.

Organization Contact

  • South Riverdale CHC

  • 955 Queen St. E
  • Toronto, ON    M4M 3P3
  • srchc@srchc.com
  • 416-461-1925