We are open Monday-Friday from 11am-7pm.
We offer hot lunch and snacks, beverages, hygiene items, clothing, access to washrooms, a safe space to sit down, and computers with internet access.
If you are an existing patient and you urgently need to reach your Nurse Practitioner, please call 604-875-3290. Please note the NPs are unable to take on new patients.
If you are experiencing a high fever, new cough, and severe difficulty breathing, please attend an urgent care centre in your area.
Note : The COVID19 testing site at 429 Alexander street is temporarily closed, effective Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Staff from this clinic will be assisting with the ongoing DTES vaccine campaign. Please note the following alternate testing locations: http://www.vch.ca/covid-19/covid-19-testing
If you are requiring a mobile test for an inner city resident, or are concerned about some presenting with symptoms of COVID 19, please call the COVID assessment line 604-290-3208.
If you are looking for medical information about COVID-19: Call: 8-1-1 (available in 100+ languages)
If you are looking for non-medical information about COVID-19:
Monday to Friday 11am-7pm
*Closed Dec 24th, 25th, + Jan 1st
Closed until further notice.
Existing clients, call: 604-875-3290
New clients – no openings at this time
Medical records must be faxed to 604-875-3009
Wellness Counselling Services
Available on a limited basis, visit our counselling page to sign up for the waitlist form.
Naturopathic clinic open Wednesdays 5:30pm-8:30pm or Fridays 9:30am-4:30pm
Note: naturopathic clinic operates on a staggered schedule:
Please Note: We are a Scent-Free Space
Thank you for your consideration
We at the Vancouver Women’s Health Collective are a non-profit organization helping self-identified women foster health, wellness and equity through feminist approaches to advocacy, shared knowledge and low-barrier programs and services.
We are gladly accepting donations of clean clothing, lightly used makeup, oral hygiene products, and new socks & underwear! Thank you!
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