See all of the services, programs, and resources offered by the North Western Toronto Ontario Health Team.
If you are looking for help, please take a look at our existing resources below.
Provides 24/7 access to information for mental health and addictions services.
To access services:
- Call 1-866-531-2600.
- Web chat and email options are available.
Please note that ConnexOntario will access a translation service for you. They can provide service in over 170 languages, including Mandarin, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Vietnamese, Greek, Polish, Russian, and Serbian.
Learn more at https://www.connexontario.ca/en-ca/
Get connected to health care 24/7
Access safe, high-quality care and avoid unnecessary visits to the emergency room. This service is an easy way to get connected to care you or your loved ones need, but it does not replace your other touch point with your health care provider. In a medical emergency call 911 immediately.
Connect with a registered nurse day or night for free, secure and confidential health advice.
- Call at 811 for health advice or information or online at Ontario.ca/Health811 (also available in French: Ontario.ca/Sante811)
- Toll free TTY line: 1-866-797-0007.
- Start a live chat with an advisor.
- **For medical emergencies call 911.
Features of Health811:
- 24/7 access to live support via telephone or online chat.
- The telephone service is available in over 200 languages, including Indigenous languages such as Cree, Ojibwe and Inuktitut.
- Free access to health professionals, such as registered nurses, registered dieticians, lactation consultants and smoking cessation coaches.
- Provides support for those searching for information about mental health and addictions.
- An online health services directory that enables Ontarians to find health services and health care providers by keyword, location or postal code.
- An artificial intelligence-powered symptom assessment tool that guides users through a series of questions to suggest possible reasons for their symptoms and provides care options, as well as a downloadable symptom report. 2
- An online medical library that consists of curated content created by experienced doctors and medical safety experts. Ontarians can also call Health811 to receive a fecal immunochemical test (FIT) to screen for colorectal cancer, get assistance finding a family physician or nurse practitioner accepting new patients, connect to the Refugee HealthLine and more.
Your guide to finding care close to home.
The Toronto Health and Social Services Directory is a website that helps people more easily find health, social and community services in Toronto, including the former municipalities of East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough and York. You can search by location combined with keyword or topic.
The directory has more than 8,000 health, social and community service listings in Toronto. These include services related to mental health, food, housing, employment, youth, seniors, newcomers and more. If you live and/or get care in Toronto, the directory is your guide to finding care close to home.
Learn more at https://torontoservicedirectory.ca/