COVID – 19:
Want to visit another clinic? Check out our Clinic Referral Sheet
The Health Services Coordinator is available for calls and drop-ins every week during her office hours! Get your test results, ask questions, talk about your options, get info about contraception and much more during these times:
Wednesday: 11:00am – 1:00pm
Thursday: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
You can also email the Health Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clients without Quebec medicare
Head & Hands believes in access to healthcare for everyone, and welcomes clients between the ages of 14-25 who don’t have any health insurance coverage. That being said, we ask that if patients do have health insurance, they bring their card or insurance information with them. Temporary medicare cards, out-of-province cards, Blue Cross insurance, Desjardins and IFHP (Interim Federal Health Program coverage for refugees) are also accepted by the clinic.
About the clinic
All youth aged 14-25 are welcome, regardless of gender, sexuality, race or insurance status
The clinic is open most Tuesdays and Wednesdays
for routine sti testing and contraceptives
Come to our Nurses’ Clinic
You can drop-in at 3:30pm or 5:30pm to get one of the 8 available spots. Please check the calendar before dropping in, to find out when Nurses’ Clinics are happening.
*there are no doctors present during these clinics
All other needs
Call or email the Health Coordinator to discuss when to get into the clinic and see a doctor.
When you call, be prepared to give:
– Your full name
– Your pronoun(s)
– Your date of birth
– Your insurance status
You may also be asked to give some demographic information (ex. gender, race/ethnicity, etc). Though our clinic is open to all youth between 14 and 25, we want to recognize that certain populations experience oppression and marginalization in very different capacities and because of colonization, patriarchy, racism, transphobia and white supremacy, the current health care system can be inaccessible and possibly harmful to certain populations. Indigenous youth are given special priority within the clinic, in line with Head & Hands’ Indigenous Solidarity Statement & Commitments.
Hormone Replacement Therapy: If you have any questions or would like to be added to the waitlist, please contact the Health Coordinator via email or during call times.