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Sexual Health Clinics

 
The Health Department operates Sexual Health Clinics throughout Halton Region. Learn about where to find sexual health clinics in Halton Region and the services they provide.

COVID-19 update

Sexual health clinics are open with limited capacity, please see the locations listed below. Walk-in appointments are not available at this time.

 


All sexual health clinics are confidential and do not require a health card. Harm Reduction Services are also available at clinic locations.

All sexual health clinics are wheelchair accessible and have free parking available.

If you plan to attend a Halton Region sexual health clinic and need accommodation due to a disability, please let us know as soon as possible by calling 311 or email sexualhealth@halton.ca. Communication supports through the Language Line Service are also available on request.

Locations

Location Appointment Hours Walk-In Hours Contact Info
Burlington
Health@3350
3350 Fairview Street
Wednesdays by appointment only


(Prescriptions from community health care providers are no longer accepted)

Not offered at this time Call 311 or 905-825-6000 to book, Monday - Friday
1 - 4:30pm.
Temporarily Closed
Georgetown
Health @280
280 Guelph Street, Unit 76
 
Temporarily Closed
Milton
Health@217
217 Main Street East, Unit 13, Second Floor
Towne Square
 
Oakville
Health@232
232 South Service Rd, Unit B
Mondays by appointment only 

(Prescriptions from community health care providers are no longer accepted)
Not offered at this time Call 311 or 905-825-6000 to book, Monday - Friday
1 - 4:30pm.

Services

Doctors, nurse practitioners and public health nurses provide confidential sexual health services at Halton Region’s sexual health clinics. Beginning January 2, 2020, the following services will be available:

Birth control and pregnancy services for individuals 29 years old and younger

  • Birth control (options include low cost, free to those in financial need and prescriptions to be filled at pharmacies under the Provincial OHIP+ program or individual drug plans)
  • Birth control counselling (referral for IUD)
  • Urine pregnancy test
  • Pap test
  • Emergency contraception
  • Pregnancy options (counselling and support)

Sexually transmitted and blood borne infection services for all ages

  • Gonorrhea and chlamydia testing
  • HIV rapid testing (if eligible)
  • HIV testing (anonymous and confidential)
  • Syphilis testing
  • Hepatitis B and C testing
  • Free treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis
  • Information on sexually transmitted and blood borne infections
  • Free HPV and hepatitis A and B vaccines for those who qualify (paid HPV vaccine also available)
  • Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of active genital herpes
  • Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of genital warts
  • Free condoms
  • Free needle exchange supplies, harm reduction supplies and naloxone overdose prevention kits

Please see your family doctor or visit a walk-in clinic for the following:

  • Testing and treatment for urinary tract infections
  • Assessment of cold sores
  • Assessment of scabies, crabs or lice
  • Assessment of sexual dysfunction (erection and arousal difficulties), dyspareunia (painful sex) and sex addiction
  • Testing and treatment of infertility, miscarriage or menopause
  • Testing and treatment of abnormal vaginal discharge (such as yeast, bacterial vaginosis) when an STI has been ruled out
  • IUD follow-up/concerns
  • Testing and treatment of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
  • Hepatitis A or B immunity testing
  • Herpes blood testing
In case of an emergency, please go directly to the nearest hospital.
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