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Community Kitchen Program

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Date & Time: Thursdays, 11:30am - 1pm

The Community Kitchen program is a complementary component to support Streets to Homes clients and other hard-to-house clients of Unison’s Housing Services. Besides offering a nutritious breakfast and lunch, the program also provides workshops on harm reduction, employment preparation, kitchen knowledge, healthy eating and healthy lifestyle. Registration is not required. TTC Tokens are provided primarily for kitchen volunteers and clients of Unison’s housing program. Currently Take-Out Lunch only, served from the Aileen Street Entrance on Thursdays from 11:30am – 1pm

Harm Reduction Drop-In

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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 or with screeners. For more information, please call 647-884-0684 (JT Site), 647-999-3094 (KR Site) or 647-268-5321 (LH Site).

Harm Reduction Outreach Program

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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.

WestReach

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Date & Time: N/A

WestReach offers mental health and substance use counselling as well as chronic disease monitoring, weight management and nutrition education to residents of the Rockcliffe-Smythe and Mount Dennis neighborhoods. Our goal is to minimize the barriers that physicians face when referring clients for mental health and chronic disease services who would otherwise not be able to access these services.  Referrals should be made by your family physician. The program is comprised of an inter-professional (IP) team designed to meet the various …