A community clinic that offers system navigation, advocacy, crisis intervention/management, outreach, and case management services.
Arrangements can be made to meet in the community for clients unable to travel. Clinic staff are unable to meet people in their homes at this time.
A housing support worker provides support for those who are experiencing housing precarity (at risk of losing housing). They offer services to keep people safely housed and assist in housing eviction prevention work. They are not able to do housing searches. Please note that they cannot support emergency housing (i.e., immediate eviction) needs.
Offers the services of occupational and recreational therapy students (part of the year) and clinical psychology students.
Offers the services of the clinic pharmacist, who is available by appointment to answer medication or health related questions or to meet with clients to review their medications.
Please note that they do not offer prescription filling services or keep medications on site at the clinic.
Open to all 18 years and older
Call to make an appointment • Can either self-refer or another service provider can fill out referral form on webpage
Halifax Regional Municipality