Currently we are NOT offering Covid vaccines to the general public at our regular clinic.
Second Dose Covid Vaccine: FHC will be contacting eligible patients for their second dose when it becomes available. We ask clients to not call the clinic until end of June if they do not hear back from us before then.
We work in cooperation with Toronto Public Health, East Toronto Health Partners and North York Toronto Health Partners as they organize mass Covid vaccination clinics for our catchment areas including Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park and Don Valley North communities.
The Thorncliffe Park Community Hub mass vaccination site - located at 45 Overlea Blvd - is now operational [View Video].
For more information visit our Covid Page.
We appreciate and welcome the contribution of each of our volunteers as they bring their own unique perspectives, skills and experiences, to help enhance and support FHC’s vision of Strong Healthy Communities.
The benefits to volunteering are endless and we have a wide variety of opportunities to suit your interests, schedule and goals. Whether you are a student, client, former client or someone who wants to give back to the community, FHC can offer you a rewarding and instructive volunteer experience.
Available opportunities are listed below. You may also wish to submit a general volunteer application online. Our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you when opportunities that match your interest are available.
Tutoring program, Cooking program
Outreach, public events, administration, research and evaluation
Annual General Meeting, Tiered Exercise Program, Community Event
“I started volunteering with FHC in 2009 and have since been involved with various programs. I volunteer with FHC because it feels like family here and I have a strong sense of belonging to this community. As an immigrant to Canada, FHC has allowed me to gain Canadian work experience, which I greatly appreciate and find very valuable.”
“It was really nice to volunteer for the Early Detection Clinic event at the University of Toronto Scarborough and support students with education on Diabetes Prevention!”
Student and Nutrition Peer, University of Toronto Scarborough