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Organization: Regent Park Community Health Centre  
Phone Numbers: 416-364-2261
Fax: 416-364-0822
Website: www.regentparkchc.org
Address:
465 Dundas St E
Toronto, ON
M5A 2B2
Intersection: Parliament St and Dundas St E
Location: Toronto (Regent Park)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu 9am-7:30pm * Tue 12noon-7:30pm * Fri 9am-5pm
Doctor on-call: Daily 24 hours
Executives: Paulos Gebreyesus - Executive Director
paulosg@regentparkchc.org
Service Description: Community health centre - Doctors, nurses * community nursing clinics * prenatal and postnatal care * HIV/AIDS care * foot care * social workers * diabetes education program * community gardens * advice on healthy eating * care for older adults in the community * low cost dental care * youth walk-in health clinic, Monday 4 pm-7 pm
 
Community Health Workers - Provides information, referrals, supportive counselling, case management, advocacy * walk-in and outreach services for newcomers, families and homeless people
 
Health Services - Provides health services and programs
 
Hepatitis C Program - Support, education and treatment for individulas with chronic Hepatitis C * weekly group  provides information, education, social support and preperation for treatment cycle
 
HIV Program - Services include:
 
Homeless/Outreach/Harm Reduction Program - Provides homeless, outreach and harm reduction services
 
Immigrant/Refugee Programs - Services and programs for immigrants and refugees
 
Mental Health - Provides mental health assessment and treatment
 
Overdose Prevention Site - A safe place to inject drugs
 
Parents for Better Beginnings - Family home visiting * prenatal and postnatal nutrition and support * school readiness * family resource program * infant mental health specialist * parent and child groups * child and family advocacy * child development clinic * early years social work * parent relief * community development * speech and language screening * EarlyON Child and Family Centre satellite
 
Pathways to Education - Academic and financial supports for high school students
 
Social Work - Provides counselling, case management, advocacy * referral to other services avaialable in the coomunity including food banks and housing supports

Fees: Most medical services covered by OHIP * some fees for other programs * dental services - sliding scale
Application: Call or visit * no referral required * appointments required for some programs
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Persons in catchment area or persons who are homeless
Youth health clinic - youth 14-25 years
Languages: English ; Bengali ; Somali ; Tamil
Area(s) Served:
Toronto (Old Toronto)  
See Also: Community Health Centres
Dental Clinics - Low Cost Programs
Foot Care
HIV / AIDS

This information was last completely updated on August 3, 2017

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