Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network

The Ontario Hepatitis C Teams provide prevention and care services for priority populations in Ontario who have challenging access to health care.

This page provides a list of the teams and how to contact them.


*Services offered in French/Services offerts en français

Location

Team Name and Website

Phone Number

Hamilton and Area

Shelter Health Hepatitis C Team

905-667-0474

Kingston and Area

Street Health Centre - Kingston Community Health Centres

613-549-1440

London

London InterCommunity Health Centre

519-660-0874

Niagara Area

Niagara Health - Hepatitis C Care Clinic

905-378-4647 Ext.32554

North Bay and Area

AIDS Committee of North Bay & Area

705-497-3560

Oshawa and Area

Carea Community Health Centre

1-855-808-6242

Ottawa and Area

The Ottawa Hospital and Regional Hepatitis Program*

613-737-8899 Ext.79286

Peel Region

Bloom Clinic

905-451-8090 Ext.504

Peterborough, Northumberland, Haliburton and Kawartha Lakes

PARN (Community HIV/STBBI Programs) (non-clinical services)

705-749-9110

Sarnia and Area

North Lambton Community Health Centre

519-786-4545

Sault Ste. Marie and Area

Hep Care Program (Group Health Centre)

1-888-943-4372

Sioux Lookout and Northwestern Ontario

Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority

807-737-6192

Sudbury and Area

Réseau ACCESS Network *

705-688-0500

Thunder Bay and Area

Elevate NWO

807-345-1516

Toronto

Toronto Community Hep C Program - Sherbourne Health

647-327-2839

Toronto Community Hep C Program - South Riverdale Community Health Centre

416-302-5675

Waterloo and Guelph

Sanguen Health Centre

519-603-0223

Whitby and Peterborough

Lakeridge Health (Positive Care Clinic)

905-668-6831 Ext.53127

Windsor and Area

Windsor-Essex Community Health Centre

519-890-6392

Prisons (provincial and federal)

PASAN (non-clinical services)

1-866-224-9978

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Disclaimer information

This website is hosted by CATIE. For website related issues contact web@catie.ca.

The Hepatitis C Teams are independent and funded by the Ministry of Health with clinical support from the University Health Network, and non-clinical education and knowledge exchange support from CATIE.