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Organization: Planned Parenthood Toronto  
Phone Numbers: 416-961-0113
Fax: 416-961-2512
Email: ppt@ppt.on.ca
Website: www.ppt.on.ca
Address:
36 Prince Arthur Ave, Unit B
Toronto, ON
M5R 1A9
Intersection: Avenue Rd and Bloor St W
Location: Toronto (Annex)
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 9:30am-8pm * Wed 9:30am-12noon, 4pm-8pm * Fri 9:30am-4pm * Sat 10am-2pm
Executives: Sarah Hobbs-Blyth - Executive Director
shobbs@ppt.on.ca
Service Description: Health services for youth including information on sexual and reproductive health issues, birth control, IUD insertions, emergency contraception, relationships, pregnancy options and medical abortions, sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS, safer sex, trans care, prenatal care
  • educational materials and workshops
  • volunteer opportunities
 
Bay Centre for Birth Control - Check IT Out, www.check-it-out.ca -- drop-in program providing pap tests only * for lesbian, bisexual, queer or gay women, and any other women who have sex with women * no appointment necessary * no Ontario Health Insurance required * female clinicians * online information on pap tests, human papillomavirus (HPV), cervical cancer
 
Community Health Centre for Youth - Community health centre - Primary health, sexual and reproductive health, and mental health care
 
House Community Health Centre (The) - HIV information and testing * outreach services and education * referral to community services * pre-test counseling on how people get HIV, and what a positive or negative test result might mean * post-test counseling to discuss the results
 
Teen Health Source - Comprehensive information on sexual health issues such as relationships, puberty, sexuality, birth control, sexually transmitted infections
 
Teens Educating and Confronting Homophobia (TEACH) - TEACH -- peer facilitated educational workshops in high schools and community settings, on issues faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth * training and resources on the prevention of homophobic harassment and violence

Fees: None * open to clients with or without Ontario Health Insurance (OHIP)
Application: Call, email, text, visit website or drop in
Eligibility / Target Population: Youth 13-29 years
Languages: English
Language Notes: Interpretation available on request
Area Served:
Toronto (Old Toronto)  
See Also: HIV / AIDS
Sexual Health Services

This information was last completely updated on October 10, 2018

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