Sherbourne News

  • A Message on behalf of our Board and Staff regarding anti-Black racism and discrimination

    At Sherbourne Health one of our values is BOLD. We challenge oppression and discrimination. We forge new paths and create new ways to serve our communities. We create change by asking thoughtful questions, finding answers, then taking action.     We chose this value to demonstrate who we are and to highlight our responsibility to act. At this […]

  • Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual Care and Support during COVID-19 Pandemic

    At Sherbourne, we’re working hard to ensure you safely receive the care you need to help manage through the current pandemic. As we continue to adapt our programs and services to remain accessible and responsive to our communities, the below information helps address some questions our service users may have, including: what services are available, how […]

  • Sherbourne Health celebrates PRIDE with virtual festivities

    Happy Pride Everyone! This year, we continue our commitment to recognize Pride Month, a significant event for the vibrant communities around our city. In light of the circumstances surrounding the current COVID-19 pandemic, we will be offering virtual festivities to mark this special occasion, and celebrate with our clients, service users and Sherbourne communities. In […]

  • Sherbourne welcomes a new onsite partner: construction to take place onsite

    To Clients, Service Users and Visitors of Sherbourne Health, There will soon be construction taking place on site at Sherbourne Health. This is to welcome a new Withdrawal Management Services (WMS) program operated entirely by St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto. This program will be located on the 5th and 6th floors of Sherbourne […]


    As we navigate through this unprecedented time, our doors remain open in order to provide essential care to our communities. I want to express our deepest thanks and gratitude to Sherbourne’s staff and clinical team, including our physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, medical secretaries, counsellors, lab technicians, ARC staff, screeners, community engagement & safety workers, administration staff […]

  • Important Notice: Service Changes Due to Covid-19

    Last updated: July 23, 2020 To our Sherbourne communities, As we continue to actively monitor this rapidly evolving situation around the COVID-19 pandemic, our hearts and minds are on those affected by the virus. As a healthcare organization, we also want to reassure you that the health and safety of our service users and staff are always […]

  • Update on Sherbourne’s Transition-Related Surgery (TRS) Supports

    Thanks for your interest in Sherbourne Health’s Transition-Related Surgery (TRS) supports. We are in the process of redeveloping our surgical support programs in order to make them more effective and inclusive, as well as reflective and responsive to the diverse needs of Toronto’s trans and non-binary communities. We know it is important for trans folks […]

  • Sherbourne Health awarded Exemplary Standing by Accreditation Canada with a score of 100%!

    Every four years, Sherbourne Health embarks on a national, peer-reviewed Accreditation process that assesses our processes against sector-specific standards for client safety, quality and organizational excellence. Our Accreditation survey took place from November 26 to 29, 2018, and we are proud to announce that we have been awarded Exemplary Standing by Accreditation Canada with a […]

  • position statement: overdose prevention and supervised consumption sites (OPS/SCS): a critical health service for people who use drugs

    Our Position Sherbourne Health believes that Overdose Prevention Sites (OPS) and Supervised Consumption Sites (SCS) are critical life-saving health services. Alongside related interventions like Naloxone distribution, counselling and harm reduction education, OPS and SCS are an integral component on a continuum of mental health and addictions support.  As part of an integrated health system these […]

  • Position statement: Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum

    Background In September 2015, the Government of Ontario implemented a revised Ontario Elementary Health and Physical Education Curriculum. The curriculum update, the first since 1998, followed other provinces, such as Nova Scotia, Quebec and Saskatchewan. The current Government of Ontario has reverted to the 1998 version, pending a consultation process to revise the curriculum. Our […]