notices of temporary clinic or programming disruption:
Planned Parenthood Toronto Clinic Accessibility
Unfortunately, our clinic at 36B Prince Arthur Avenue does not have an elevator and is not fully accessible to those using wheelchairs and mobility devices.
For clients with mobility disabilities that require a wheelchair accessible space, we can offer access to our clinic at EdgeWest. EdgeWest serves youth in the west end but is open to all youth 13-29 that are unable to access PPT’s services due to our wheelchair inaccessible space at 36B Prince Arthur Ave.
Accessibility for Ontarians With Disability Act (AODA)
Planned Parenthood Toronto has implemented policies, practices, and procedures in to help ensure our services are accessible for clients and community members living with a disability.
Providing feedback or Making a Complaint:
Planned Parenthood Toronto welcomes your comments, questions, and complaints regarding how we support accessible customer service. Feedback may be provided in person, by telephone, in writing, or by email.
By Mail/In Person:
Planned Parenthood Toronto
36B Prince Arthur Avenue
availability of documents in alternate formats:
We will provide you with accessible documents upon request, and are able to provide you with documents in a format that best meets your needs. You can request a document in an accessible format in person, by mail, by telephone, or by email.