Street Connect offers a wide range of services including primary care, mental health support, addictions support, sexual health education, self-harm reduction and pregnancy testing. The multidisciplinary team is comprised of registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, social workers, Indigenous liaison, recovery workers and administrative support. The team works to support the homeless patrons needs, to reduce the stigma and offer compassionate, empathetic, and reliable care. The team’s mission is to provide a holistic approach which ensures we partner with individuals and support them to live more independently and reduce their risk of becoming seriously ill or help them manage chronic conditions.
- Women’s Wellness is designed specific to female needs, which includes health care, pregnancy, street workers, and all other unique traumas faced by women living in homelessness.
- Street Reach is designed to meet the needs of individuals living in homelessness who do not use community services including the Centre of Hope or shelters. Outreach staff strive to bring basic needs and connection to where the individual frequents with the Centre of Hope Outreach Van