Looking for additional resources? The following websites offer in-depth information about health, health equity, and community supports.

  • COVID-19 Supports
  • Sexual Health Support
  • Testing for STI
  • Harm Reduction Resources

Get the latest case data and updates, learn how to protect yourself and others and get advice on what to do next if you think you might have covid 19.

For more information click on : COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Ontario

Stay up to date on COVID-19 in Peel including updated data,vaccine information and testing information.

Click on : Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) – Region of Peel (

Sexfluent is a youth driven initiative which aims to transform the conversation around sexual health to be free of judgment and shame, so that you can embark on your own journey of self-acceptance and exploring pleasure.

For more information click on:

Get the information you need to know and find it fast.From sexually transmitted infections (STIs) to contraception and fertility.

Click on:

Call or live chat through  this anonymous and free service to speak with a live counsellor from anywhere in Ontario.

For more information click on:  Sexual Health Infoline & eChat

CATIE strengthens Canada’s response to HIV and hepatitis C by bridging research and practice.It connects healthcare and community-based service providers with the latest science, and promote good practices for prevention and treatment programs.As Canada’s official knowledge source for HIV and hepatitis C, Canada’s  CATIE provides up-to-date, accurate and unbiased information .

For more information click on

In 2010 the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance (GMSH) moved from being an advisory body to the AIDS Bureau, Ministry of Health & Long-term Care to a self-generated Alliance housed within the Ontario AIDS Network. With continued funding the GMSH has continued to evolve and is now recognized as a community-led provincial hub of learning, capacity building, and resource/campaign development for gay men’s HIV prevention, sexual health, and overall health and well-being

For more information click on

Women & HIV/AIDS Initiative (WHAI) is a community-based response to HIV and AIDS among cis and trans women in Ontario that takes into account the structural and societal factors that increase women’s risk factors for HIV.

For more information click on:

The African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO)  provides leadership in the response to HIV/AIDS in African, Caribbean and Black communities in Ontario. They are a provincial coalition of organizations and individuals committed to HIV prevention, education, advocacy, research, treatment, care and support for African, Caribbean and Black communities.

For more information click on :

Region of Peel Public Health – Healthy Sexuality Clinics

Located throughout Peel Region, Peel Public Health Healthy Sexuality clinics provide STI testing and treatment, HIV Point of Care testing, birth control methods at a reduced cost including IUD insertions, HPV treatment (genital wart treatment), Hepatitis A, B and HPV immunization and harm reduction supplies.

Anyone can make an appointment and no health card (OHIP) is required.

T: 905-799-7700

Clinic Locations can be found using the URL:

Ontario Prevention Clinic/ The PrEP Clinic

Online & In-Person Services Include: Sexual health testing/treatment, PrEP starts or continuation, Mental wellness counselling, Free Condom/Lube/Naloxone Shipping Program.

Online appointments available at or through the free app “The PrEP Clinic”. Walk-in sexual health clinic Monday evenings 6pm-9pm at Toronto site (344 Bloor St West, Unit 401).

T: 416-420-1250 Call, text, 7 days a week until midnight.


Bloom Clinic

Contact Bloom Clinic for PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis), STI testing and harm reduction supplies, you may contact Ana via phone 647-531-8552 or email

Peel Public Health’s Needle Exchange Program (NEP) offers new needles, stems and other services to reduce the spread of blood-borne diseases among people who use drugs, including steroids.

For more information click on :


A major part of our work is made possible through the generosity of individuals, corporations, foundations, and community groups.

Help us support and empower people in our community!