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Date & Time: Hours vary by location.
For safer drug use kits/supplies, safer sex supplies, naloxone kits, education, referrals and support. This service is anonymous; there is no registration. Please click here to view current hours (pdf document). Even outside of drop in hours, someone may be in the room and able to help you. If no one is there, you can access injection and stem kits at reception. The drop-in program the Weston King Neighbourhood Centre (2017 Weston Rd. @ King) happens Monday through Friday from …
Date & Time: First and third Thursdays of every month, 1:00pm-2:00pm (at Keele-Rogers) Second and fourth Fridays of every month, 1:00pm-3:00pm (at Lawrence Heights)
This program is an opportunity for service users to put together harm reduction kits and learn about what is in the packages. Volunteers in this program receive compensation for their time. Contact us for more info.
Date & Time: Second and fourth Fridays of the month, 11:00am-1:00pm
This program offers an opportunity for service users to meet new friends, meet our Harm Reduction Worker and our Peer Workers while enjoying a hot bowl of soup and other healthy options. This program is supported by the Injection Drug Use Program at Unison Health and Community Services and will continue as resources are made available.
Date & Time: Various times
This program is for individuals who wish to work as community outreach workers or who would like to participate in training events for drug users in the community. Please contact us for more info.
Date & Time: Tuesday 1:00–3:00pm (Unison, 1651 Keele St.); Wednesday 1:00–3:00pm (Access Point on Jane, 761 Jane Street, Suite 212); Thursday 9:30-11:30am (Learning Enrichment Foundation, 1267 Weston Road)
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) is offered at several weekly drop-in locations within our catchment area. The program offers expertise in nutrition, and prenatal and postnatal care. CPNP program includes: opportunities to meet other women, learning about pregnancy, baby care and healthy eating, one-on-one appointments with a Public Health Nurse and Dietician, breastfeeding support, enjoying a snack and tasting new food. TTC tokens, Food Gift Certificates, childcare and interpretation services are available to participants.