At Planned Parenthood Toronto’s clinic, we offer the following services:
Anonymous HIV Testing
Birth Control Options
Birth control and prescriptions at reduced rates
Free condoms and lube
Help finding food, housing, employment or legal aid
Immunizations, including flu shots
Mental Health Services
STI Treatment and Testing
We offer interpretation and translation for our health services. If you need this service and/or to book an appointment please call (416) 961-0113.
If you’re eligible for a health card and don’t have one, we can help you get one. If you aren’t eligible for a health card, we are still happy to see you.
If you are an existing PPT Health Services client and have a question about a health related issue, but don’t want to make an appointment or wait for drop-in, you can speak directly with a clinician (Physician or Nurse Practitioner) by calling our Client Access Line which operates Monday-Friday from 11:00AM-11:45AM. Just call 416-961-0113 (Extension #165)
You’re a person, not a number. You deserve access to the facts, support, and services you need to make informed choices about your sexual and reproductive health. Through workshops ranging from birth control options to healthy relationships and STIs, we give you the knowledge and skills to make healthy choices.
As a client of Planned Parenthood Toronto, you have the right to:
know the names, roles and positions of the people serving you;
know the experience and qualifications of the people serving you;
easily accessible health care services that are provided in a safe, comfortable, respectful and confidential environment within legal limits;
bring a friend or support person with you to an appointment and/or into the exam room;
be treated with respect and dignity regardless of age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, citizenship, education, physical and/or mental abilities;
health care even if you do not have a health card;
be presented with all the information you need, where you feel comfortable making your own decisions and be supported in your decision making;
refuse any care, services or treatment;
share only the information you want with the people serving you;