During this pandemic, we want to keep you as healthy as possible and prevent people from going to the hospital. Please do call us if you have health concerns.

Health clinics are required by the government to operate differently than other public spaces. We must provide services by phone or video as much as possible. And good news: we offered more appointments these past 3 months than the same time last year!
Our phones are open 9-11:30 and 1-4:30 (Wednesdays phones open at 10am). If you need a same or next day appointment, call first thing in the morning. If not, you’ll find it easier to get through after 1:30.

If you have cannot get to a phone, come to the clinic between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., and between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. (except on Wednesdays when the clinic is closed to the public). Anyone can pick up harm reduction supplies and naloxone during these times as well. You will be screened at the door. You will be required to clean your hands and wear a surgical mask (which we will provide) for your entire visit to the clinic.

If you are running out of medications, please ask your pharmacist to fax the clinic.
Foot care appointments are available only if you are diabetic and have an ulcer, open wound, or other immediate foot concern. If so, please call the clinic as soon as possible for advice.
Sorry to say that laundry and showers and any group programs remain on hold until further notice.