Vaccines are required for school attendance. Toronto Public Health offers school immunization clinics and "catch-up" clinics for students who don't have a family doctor or a health card.
Early Abilities supports children with speech, language and hearing concerns.
Breastfeeding clinics offer individual consultations by health care professionals prenatally and after the baby is born.
Families can discuss breastfeeding with peers and professionals like Public Health Nurses and Lactation Consultants.
If you live in Toronto and cannot afford to pay for a dentist, contact one of our dental clinics near you.
Toronto Public Health's Harm Reduction Program for people who use drugs.
The Works at Toronto Public Health supports programs across Toronto offering harm reduction supplies and services.
Services provided include birth control supplies and counselling, pregnancy testing, and testing for HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections.