Kapri Rabin —
An enhanced level of care is prepared for Toronto’s homeless and underhoused as Street Health opens its accessible Coach House, 338 Dundas Street East. Street Health provides nursing, community mental health, identification replacement, ID safe, harm reduction and peer programs working with more than 3,500 individuals annually who are homeless and under housed in Toronto.
It opens as of Sept. 28.
Street Health’s accessible Coach House provides an enhanced level of care to clients with private, well-equipped space to meet one-on-one with a nurse or community mental health worker.
Kapri Rabin, Executive Director and Sushi Rosborough, Street Health Peer will be talking about the impact of this new facility on the local community.