For general health information, including a “find a doctor” search tool with a list of doctors accepting new patients, and a database with information on prescription and over-the-counter drugs, go to www.HealthyOntario.com
For other health-related needs, we have compiled a map of support services that include the following
- Low-cost dental care
- Community Health Centres, including Street Health sites: Nurses at Street Health clinics assess health complaints and make referrals to doctors, dentists and social services. If needed, nurses can provide some over-the-counter medications, as well as supplies such as socks, vitamins, hygiene products, and clothes. They will accompany clients to the hospital or to appointments when necessary. A nurse practitioner attends the Tuesday and Thursday clinics and can write prescriptions for various medications, including antibiotics.
- Drugs, Alcohol and Detox (Withdrawal Management): Services to address alcohol and drug addiction including withdrawal management, harm reduction and ongoing treatment.
- Mental Health social recreation/drop-in programs
To use the interactive map below mouse over the map and click the layers button in the top left the corner. From there select the type of service or resource you are interested in. Then drag the map around to see all the services. Click on an indicator to find out more information. To view the map in full-screen mouse over the map and click the full-screen icon in the top right of the map.
TelehealthOntario is available over the phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To receive free, confidential telephone service, or speak to a Registered Nurse, dial 1-866-797-0000 (toll-free).
Callers do not need a health card.