At Unison Health and Community Services, we believe that individuals should take control of their health and play an active role in their own health care. We offer a number of programs that help prevent and manage various chronic health conditions, including diabetes, HIV and Hepatitis C. Our staff will provide extensive information about the diseases. You can learn about lifestyle changes that can help stop the onset of a chronic condition and manage the existing ones. We will let you know about the resources available to you both at Unison and in the community.
Anonymous Rapid Point of Care HIV Testing. In a 30-minute appointment, accurate results from a finger prick blood sample are available and are accompanied by pre and post-test counselling from our trained staff. During this appointment we explore risk reduction, offer support and, if needed provide links to AIDS service organizations in Toronto.
You will not need to provide your full name or OHIP card. Simply ask for an appointment for anonymous HIV testing and give your first name or nickname only.
Lawrence Heights Site
To make an appointment, please call: 416-787-1676 ext 320
Keele Rogers Site
To make an appointment, please call: 416-653-5400 ext 1515
To make an appointment, please call: 647-436-0385 ext 555
Jane Trethewey Site
to make an appointment, please call: 416-645-7575 ext 2002
Asthma and COPD (Emphysema and Chronic bronchitis) education is available for the clinical patients of Unison. During individual or family sessions you will learn: what asthma is, symptoms and triggers, how to control asthma and live without symptoms, how to use puffers properly, how to quit smoking or reduce your number of cigarettes per day, and much more.
For more information about this program, ask: your Unison Health Care provider.