Current CTS Inspection Reports (within the last 24 months)

This page contains reports of inspections (routine annual and complaint-based) of Consumption and Treatment Services in Toronto. The inspections are limited to those settings with a Transfer Payment Agreement with the Ministry of Health.

Inspections and their postings are in accordance with the Health Protection & Promotion Act (HPPA) and the Ontario Public Health Standards (OPHS), and the following protocols:

“The board of health shall publicly disclose a summary report on each routine and complaint- based inspection of each CTS, including steps to remediate any instances of non-compliance discovered or determined by the board of health. Complaint based inspections are to be disclosed when the complaint is substantiated and upon conducting a risk assessment, the board of health has determined that the premises requires an on-site inspection. Reports must remain posted for two years.” Consumption and Treatment Services Compliance and Enforcement Protocol, 2021 (or as current).

In Toronto, these locations are:

  • Fred Victor Centre
  • Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre – Bathurst site
  • Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre – Queen site
  • Regent Park Community Health Centre
  • South Riverdale Community Health Centre – Queen site
  • South Riverdale Community Health Centre – Sherbourne site

There are currently no inspections to be posted at this time.

These reports represent what was observed/investigated at the time of the inspection, based on the requirements laid out by the province. The information posted does not guarantee that the settings are free of infection prevention and control issues.

For questions about the individual CTS locations or their services, please contact the location directly.

Should you have questions about any posted results, please contact the Control of Infectious Diseases/Infection Control Program at 416-338-8400 or email CDCBloodborne@toronto.ca.