Blue Door Clinic
Providing interim health care and social supports to people living with HIV in the greater Toronto area who do not have health insurance coverage or access to HIV medication’
Blue Door Clinic is now hosted at Casey House (119 Isabella St.)
All appointments take place at this location and are available Mondays (9 a.m.-12 noon) and Thursdays (9 a.m.-3 p.m.).
Blue Door Clinic offers health care in Toronto for:
- people with HIV
- with no OHIP or IFH*
Maybe you don’t have immigration status in Canada (“non-status” or “in process”). Or maybe your status is temporary (including students, temporary foreign workers and others).
If that’s you, you are not alone. We have a team working to make sure you get the health care, the medications and the support that you need.
Our team includes doctors, nurses, case managers, peer navigators, pharmacists, and community workers all there to help you get the care you deserve.
*Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is for permanent residents, citizens and some people with work permits. Interim Federal Health (IFH) is for refugees.
What We Provide
- Free and confidential health assessments and treatment for HIV and other health conditions
- Lab tests to monitor your health
- Vaccines and immunizations
- Access to medications and treatments
- Referral to specialists, if needed
- Connection to ongoing health care (like a family doctor)
- Referral to other support services (including legal advice, settlement services, housing, social and peer support, and others)
- Find HIV services near you: https://hiv411.ca