If you are looking for low-cost birth control, we can provide it at a fraction of the cost you would pay at the pharmacy. You can always have your current prescription filled at our clinic by a nurse. If you need a new prescription, or are just starting birth control, you will need to see our nurse practitioner, physicians (Timmins only) or visit your own family doctor first.
Are you (or someone you know) pregnant and facing challenges? Do you have questions about your pregnancy? Ask us about CPNP.
We have a confidential, easily accessible sexual health clinic. Our nurses provide a variety of sexual health services.
If you or your child has been exposed to or has head lice, this page contains information to prevent, check and treat head lice.
Healthy Smiles Ontario is a free program for kids 17 and under. If eligible, your kids will get regular dental services at no cost to you.
Children at this age require a minimum of 60 minutes of moderate physical activity a day. At this age, the child should have the confidence and competence to execute a variety of movements in various environments.
A parenting group that includes your infant for portions of shared experiences and learning. Share your experiences with other parents, and enjoy music circle and scrap-booking in each session.
Whether you want a quick tip on how to handle a specific problem, or you want some ideas on how to promote your child's development, or you have more complex family issues, a registered nurse trained in Triple P can help meet your needs.
Immunization clinics offered in schools for Grade 7 to 12 students
The Timmins Sexual Health Clinic offers various testing methods and free treatments for STIs. Whether you have symptoms, risks, or want routine testing for an STI, your best bet is to come to one of our walk-in clinics.