Holiday Adjusted Hours – 2020

Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre will have some closures over the holiday season. Please see below for our adjusted holiday schedule.

World AIDS Day and Indigenous Awareness Week

December 1st is World AIDS Day which launches the beginning of Indigenous AIDS Awareness Week. This day provides global opportunities to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support and celebrate people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses. Globally, there are an estimated 38 million people living …

New Virtual Care hours for Naturopathic Clinic

We have new hours for the Naturopathic Clinic Please see below for the information: Parkdale Site Clients: Tuesdays 12pm-6pm Queen West Site Clients: Friday 10am-3pm; Saturday 10:30am-3:30pm For more information contact: Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine via: Email – chcinfo@ccnm.edu Phone – : 416-498-1255 ext 229 Staff will determine if in person visits are required …

Ministry of Health gives Ontario Health Team application stamp of approval

On November 18, the partner organizations of the Mid-West Toronto region have been approved to become an Ontario Health Team, marking a significant milestone for patients, clients, families and caregivers in downtown Toronto’s west-end. Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre is proud to be one of more than 50 health care and community service providers …

Supporting COVID Recovery Site for Homeless Community Members

A testament to the credibility of our work and commitment to dignified care for clients without housing is our work at the COVID-19 recovery sites. In the wake of the pandemic, Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre (PQWCHC) was asked by The Toronto Region to extend its support, and provide staffing and leadership through a …

Harm Reduction Satellite Sites – Program Guide

Almost all harm reduction initiatives were created by people who use drugs (PWUD), out of necessity, in response to neglect and discrimination from existing health care and social services, or because no one else was responding to their needs. Needle and syringe programs, naloxone distribution programs, supervised injection and witnessed use, to name a few, …