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PULMONARY REHAB GROUP

Have you been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and want to learn how to manage your symptoms?

Puffer for COPD

In this FREE 8-week program, you will learn:

  • Educational topics
  • Exercises to improve COPD symptoms
  • How to increase exercise tolerance

Program is facilitated by an inter-disciplinary team made up of:

  • Kinesiologist
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Dietitian
  • Smoking Cessation Counsellor
  • Pharmacist
  • Physiotherapist

Please call for more information or to register

If you are a client of EECHC, please speak with your clinical provider for more information

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Where:     East End Community Health Centre

                1619 Queen Street East (at Coxwell Avenue)

When:      September 2019

Contact:   Sarah at 416-778-5805, extension 237 for more information

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DROP-IN SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC

Got a question you've been meaning to ask?

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We offer:

  • Birth control counselling
  • Low cost birth control
  • Free condoms
  • Low cost Plan B (emergency contraceptive pill)
  • STI testing and free treatment
  • HIV testing
  • Prescription services for birth control methods
  • IUD counselling, insertion and referrals
  • Sexuality and gender counselling or referral
  • Pregnancy testing, counselling about choices and referral

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Where:     East End Community Health Centre

                1619 Queen Street East (at Coxwell Avenue)

When:      Thursdays: 3:30pm - 4:30pm

                * No appointment needed

Contact:   416-778-5858 for more information

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Who We Are

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East End Community Health Centre provides primary care, health promotion and disease prevention services to the south-eastern quadrant of central Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

A unique aspect of our mandate is to reach out to people in our community who may have difficulty accessing health care due to factors such as language, culture, poverty, or the lack of health insurance.

We focus on the whole person in our approach and recognize that factors such as income, education, relationships and housing play a role in physical and mental health.

  • Funding provided by

    Logo for the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)