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.

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We believe that good health is determined by many elements, including the environment, housing, education, employment and food. We support our communities in achieving good health by offering a series of health education programs, healthy lifestyle activities and initiatives that offer engagement and development opportunities for community members.

For more information contact us. 

Our Health Promotion Team provides:

  • Health education workshops on prevention and management of chronic conditions
  • Children and parenting support programs, including prenatal classes and breastfeeding programs
  • Youth programs such as homework clubs, after-school drop-in programs, March break and summer camps, mentorship and skills training programs
  • Food security programs, including community gardens, community kitchens and training/skills development
  • Senior health and men’s health education, and social programs aimed at decreasing social isolation and promoting health and wellbeing
  • Fitness programs such as yoga, Zumba, tai chi and aerobic classes
  • Mental well-being programs on stress management and caregiver support
  • Access to resources, such as computers with internet connection and printing, and space to be used for homework, job searches and computer classes
  • Advocacy initiatives and engagement in networks that promote health and well-being
  • Involvement opportunities for community residents and members through advisory and resident-led groups such as Men’s Advisory Committee, Oriole Food Space Council, Seniors’ Advisory Committees

To find a list of offered programs click here.