NOTE: Services will likely be impacted in response to COVID-19. Please contact any service prior to visiting in person.

Sherbourne Health

  • Primary care and clinical services, Mon-Fri 9 am- 5pm, priority to urgent care, not accepting new clients  
  • select appointments with mental health counsellors, dietitians and SOY youth resource workers via telephone where possible
  • all community groups and drop-ins cancelled until further notice
  • Hep C group members should connect with staff by phone when possible at 416-324-4100, can access food, honorariums and check-ins Wed 10 am-12 pm, Harm Reduction supplies Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm available in the parking lot from a self serve cart 
  • Mental Health Services not accepting new clients
  • Acute Respite Care (ARC) only accepting referrals from community and hospital providers, no self-referrals
  • Health Bus and Inter-professional Primary Care services suspended

Family Health Team and Community Programs
  • primary health care services
  • community Diabetes and Hepatitis C education, support and treatment
  • no Ontario Health Insurance required for general services
Mental Health Services 
  • counselling for persons who have experienced trauma
  • specialized counselling for target populations
  • walk-in counselling
HIV Services
  • primary care
  • drop-in clinic for registered clients
  • naturopathic clinic for persons with HIV/AIDS
Trans Health Care
  • transition related surgery information and referrals
  • support groups
  • training for health care providers, guidelines and protocols for Trans Care
WINK (Women In Need Klinik)
  • drop-in clinic and support for homeless and street-involved women
  • light breakfast, mental health and primary care support
Acute Respite Care (ARC) -- short term inpatient infirmary for homeless, under-housed or socially-isolated individuals recuperating from an acute medical condition, illness, injury or surgery

LGBTQ Parenting Network -- -- resources, information and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer parents, prospective parents and their families

Rainbow Health Ontario -- 
  • health promotion and capacity building initiatives to advance health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people
  • education
  • policy advocacy
  • resource database
  • directory of health and social service providers for LGBTQ persons
Focus on persons who are underhoused, homeless or have a low income * persons who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or queer (LGBTQ) * newcomers to Canada

Residency Requirements: City of Toronto
Application Process
Self referral or referral by agencies
* appointment required for all primary health care services
Medical appointments
Mental health intake
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English, Other - Language Line Services provides access to service in over 150 languages
None, but clients who have valid OHIP cards should bring them to appointments
Wheelchair accessible -- call for details
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Last Updated On
October 13, 2020
333 Sherbourne St
Toronto, ON, M5A 2S5
Intersection: Sherbourne St and Carlton St;
Sherbourne Health Site Location: Sherbourne Health
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Hours of Operation
COVID-19 -- Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
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