People Experiencing Homelessness
Sherbourne is committed to providing quality health care services to people living in Toronto’s downtown east neighbourhoods. While all service users are welcome, one of our areas of focus is providing care to those community members who are experiencing homelessness, are street-involved, or are underhoused, meaning they stay in precarious housing situations such as couch-surfing or temporarily living with friends.
For more information about registering as a new client to see a healthcare provider at Sherbourne, visit our Become a New Client page.
- Low-barrier primary care services including treatment and monitoring of temporary and chronic illness, and preventative health care including foot care, vaccinations and screening for disease
- Mental health services
- Acute Respite Care
- Diabetes Education Program for the prevention and management of diabetes
- The Rotary Club of Toronto Health Bus, a mobile clinic that provides services to people who often face barriers to accessing healthcare.
- Hep C treatment, programming and care
- Harm reduction programs & resources
- Access to services, resources and primary care through The St. James Town Community Corner.
- Barrier-free services to women women who are homeless, underhoused, sex workers, use drugs, and/or those experience poverty through our weekly Women in Need ‘Klinik’ (WINK).
For more information about registering as a new client to see a healthcare provider at Sherbourne, visit our Primary & Family Health Care page.