We currently provide services under two programs:
Moss Park Interprofessional Primary Care Program
The Moss Park Interprofessional Primary Care (IPC) Program is a collaboration between Sherbourne Health and Street Health to provide low-barrier primary care services to those who are experiencing homelessness or who are underhoused. This program operates only in the early evenings and weekends within the Moss Park area. It is staffed by Case Managers, Nurse Practitioners and Community Support Workers.
Please see our schedule for stop locations and services provided.
Services offered at IPC stops:
General Health Assessments
Ongoing Primary Care
Referrals to Primary Care
Preventative Screening and Point of Care Testing
Overdose Prevention (Naloxone) & Harm Reduction Supplies
Health Bus Specialized Community Program
Health Bus Specialized Community Program stops happen across Toronto.
Services at these stops are geared towards client needs, for instance, Hepatitis C services, diabetes services or health promotion campaigns. Some stops are open to all while others are specifically for clients of a particular agency.
Please see our schedule for stop locations, client eligibility and details about services offered per stop.
Services offered at Community Program stops:
Community Navigational Support
Harm Reduction Supplies
Referrals to Healthcare Providers
Safer Sex Supplies
STI, HIV and Hep C Testing
Preventative Care (PAP tests, colorectal screening)