Expansion to Women's Services

Parkdale CHC and St Joseph's Health Centre is pleased to announce that effective July 1, 2012, the programs and services offered through the Women's Health Centre at St Joe's will be operated and managed by PCHC. Please click here for more information.


Want to learn about what's happening at Parkdale CHC?

Not sure when or where your favourite group is taking place? Interested in learning more about our ongoing programming? Check out our easy-to-use program calendar, accessible under the "What's New" menu tab or by clicking here.

You can view daily and weekly programming by day, by month or by population by selecting a group in the drop down menu at the top of the page.

Programs and services are grouped as follows:

  • Seniors
  • Everyone
  • Women
  • Diabetes
  • Health Care
  • Special Events
  • Street Health and Harm Reduction
  • Families and Newcomers
  • Dental Services

Questions? Feel free to get in touch with us: 416.537.2455.

Family Day Weekend Closure

Parkdale CHC will be closed this Saturday February 18th and Monday February 20th for Family Day.

Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

Free Income Tax Clinics

Parkdale CHC will be hosting free volunteer-run income tax clinics during March and April to assist individuals prepare their 2011 returns. Efile is available.

To qualify, your total income from 2011 must be less than:

  • $25,000 - if you are single
  • $30,000 - if you are single with 1 child ($2,000 extra for each child under 18 years)
  • $35,000 - if you are a couple ($2,000 extra for each child under 18 years)

You must bring ½

  • Income slips: wages, social assistance, ODSP, pension, E.I., etc.
  • Proof of rent and landlord's name
  • Expense receipts: donations, tuition, medical, child-care, TTC passes, etc.
  • Bring your own interpreter if needed

Tax clinics will be held on Tuesdays from 10AM to 3PM at Parkdale Community Health Centre starting Tuesday March 6th and running until the end of April. An appointment is required.

To confirm your eligibility, book an appointment, or for more information, please call and leave a voicemail message: 415.537.2455, extension 242.

We want your feedback!

During February and March, we are conducting our annual Client Satisfaction Survey. If you have been a client of Parkdale CHC in the last year, please take a few minutes to fill out a survey and tell us how we are doing. You do not have to write your name on the survey and your responses will be anonymous. The results from this survey will be used to help improve our programs and services.

We appreciate your feedback!

You can obtain a hard copy of the survey in person at reception, or click here to fill it out online.

Surveys are also available in Portuguese, Spanish, Hungarian and Chinese.


Parkdale Community Crisis Response and Recovery Network (PCCRN)

The PCCRN is committed to supporting the Parkdale neighborhood in and around times of crisis that have an immediate impact on the Parkdale community in regards to safety, security, health and wellbeing.  The PCCRN wants your input in creating a safer community environment and developing community leaders in the process.

  • Are you interested in being involved in leadership- building in your community?
  • What are specific safety needs in your community?
  • Be a voice for your community
  • Learn to be part of safety initiatives in your neighborhood
  • Be actively involved in your community
  • Share your ideas in a safe space
  • Support positive changes in Parkdale!

For more information, please contact:

Junia Mason, Project Coordinator, PCCRN                    
Phone: 416-537-2455 x 283

Download the flyer for the PCCRN here.