Last updated: June 22, 2022 at 6:40 p.m.

Find a mobile clinic in your area. In June, get vaccinated at one of the COVID-19 clinics in northwest neighbourhoods.

Toronto Public Health continues to recommend wearing a well-fitting, high quality mask in indoor public spaces (especially if crowded) and for added protection if you are a senior or have a health condition.

Throughout the pandemic, Toronto Public Health and Team Toronto partners have been bringing vaccines directly to workplaces, faith groups, organizations and communities that experience barriers to vaccination and low vaccine uptake. Mobile teams organized by Ontario Health Teams and Toronto Public Health have been offering vaccines for people experiencing homelessness, staying in shelters or visiting a drop-in program location.

Eight vaccine clinics have been added in the northwest part of the city for the month of June to augment vaccination opportunities for residents who live, work and play in these neighbourhoods. Read the news release.

The following mobile clinics are being held in June, in Toronto’s northwest neighbourhoods:

Clinic Address Days & Hours of Operation
Black Creek – Vaccine and Wellness Clinic 2202 Jane St., Unit 5, North York Wednesdays, 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Black Creek – Vaccine and Wellness Clinic 1 York Gate Blvd. North York Wednesdays, Noon to 4 p.m.
Lawrence Allen Centre 700 Lawrence Ave. W., North York Fridays 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturdays 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Sundays Noon to 5 p.m.
Carmine Stefano Community Centre 3100 Weston Rd. Thursdays, 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (closed June 30)
Chalkfarm Community Centre 180 Chalkfarm Dr., North York Sundays, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Rexdale Community Hub 21 Panorama Ct., Etobicoke Mondays and Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.; Wednesdays to Sundays until June 19, 12:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Thistletown Community Centre 925 Albion Rd., Etobicoke Saturdays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

A school mobile clinic model has been developed in partnership between Team Toronto partners, Toronto Public Health (TPH) and Toronto’s four public school boards. In addition to COVID-19 vaccines, TPH is working to bring oral health screening and School Immunization Program vaccines, including Hepatitis B, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Meningococcal vaccines, to selected public schools in the city. Students from surrounding schools will also have access to the school mobile clinics after school hours.

At these clinics, dental screenings are provided to students from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. The screening, which is provided by a TPH Dental and Oral Health Services staff, does not replace a dental examination done at a dentist’s office, however it can help to identify problems that should be looked at more closely.

Parents, guardians and students will receive information from their school Principal when a clinic is being hosted. Specific clinic details, including an appointment booking link, will be provided in the letter. Students in Grades 7 to 12 are encouraged to book a vaccine appointment at the clinic, although walk-in appointments are also available. No appointment is required for dental screening.

Students who would like to be vaccinated with one or more School Immunization Program vaccines and/or the COVID-19 vaccine should complete the appropriate consent form(s).

For clinics that happen during school hours:

  • All students under the age of 14 years require a consent form signed by a parent/guardian – see the school immunization consent form and/or the COVID-19 consent form. Students who are 14 years of age and older who are capable of making the decision can give informed consent. This means they must understand information about the vaccine, why it is being recommended and what will happen if they accept or refuse vaccination.

For clinics that happen outside of school hours:

  • To receive a COVID-19 vaccine, students under the age of 12 years should attend with a parent/guardian who must sign the COVID-19 consent form in order to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Students aged 12 and older can give informed consent to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • To receive a School Immunization Program vaccine, students under the age of 14 years should attend with a parent/guardian who must sign the school immunization consent form in order to receive Hepatitis B, HPV, and/or Meningococcal vaccines. Students aged 14 and older can give informed consent.

Bring a copy of the student’s immunization record and health card, if available, or other identification. Be prepared to answer these questions for Adults (12+ years) and (Children 5-11 years) prior to getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Toronto Public Heath (TPH) is taking requests for pop-up vaccination clinics to come to your neighbourhood, workplace or other location to provide COVID-19 vaccinations.

Pop-up clinics are intended to serve a group, and not a single individual or household. Pop-up clinic requests should be made only by individuals who are authorized to make decisions on behalf of the organization, such as:
Type of Setting
Authorized Individuals
Apartment Buildings/Condos Property Manager
Congregate Living (e.g. group homes, correctional facilities, assisted living facilities, etc.) General Manager or equivalent
Community / Social Service Agency General Manager or equivalent
Long Term Care Homes / Retirement Homes General Manager or equivalent
Schools/Universities/Learning Centres School Director / Principal
Shelters/ Drop-in Centres General Manager or equivalent
Sports / Recreation Events Lead event organizer
Religious Settings Congregation leader / Clergy
Workplace (e.g. Manufacturing, Construction, Office setting, Food Sector, Retail, Recreational, Personal Service Settings, etc.) Employer / Owner / General Manager or equivalent

How to Request a Mobile Clinic

An authorized individual may complete and submit the online request form. Please ensure that your contact information is entered correctly. Submitting the form serves as confirmation of your willingness to host the mobile clinic.

Request a pop-up clinic

After You Submit Your Request

TPH staff will call or email you within three business days to confirm the details of your request and any additional information required. If your request is accepted, TPH will work with you to collaboratively plan the clinic. It is expected that you will take a lead role in promoting the clinic as part of the planning process.