Covid-19 Resources

Resources for pregnant people and new parents in the postpartum:
 
Walk in clinics for all. If you don’t have OHIP this spread sheet will help you to find a doctor here.
 
HealthcareAccess Ontario will  help you to find a walk-in clinic for clients without OHIP. 
 
Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic resources for Non- Status Women can be found here.  
 
You can find the Ontario government CoVID-19 support website here which includes information and resources about financial support, supports for child and youth, emergency shelters and mental health services. 
 
The Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic has put together this handout Resources for Non-Status Women During Covid-19 for people who currently don’t have status in Ontario. 
 
First Nations Health Managers Association updates can be found here regarding resources and announcements relating to CoVID-19.
 
Best Start resources for families on having a baby during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out Health Nexus Website under the COVID-19 Section. 
 
Toronto Public Health Online Self-Referrals

Clients can self-refer to receive telephone support with breastfeeding and or postpartum coping from a Public Health Nurse by completing an online form on the TPH website:

Michael Garron Hospital Breastfeeding Clinic 416-469-6580, extension 6667 to book an appointment. Due to Covid-19 your first visit will be a virtual appointment with a Lactation Consultant. They will then book you an in-person visit after this based on need. Currently there is no drop-in option due to the requirement to socially distance and the cleaning requirements of Covid-19. As of Aug 17th, 2020 the clinic will be open 5 days a week being closed on Wednesday and Sunday. 

The Midwives’ Clinic’s next zoom prenatal classes will be held in the fall but you can find online resources here

*Updated information*Recalls:

Health Canada is advising Canadians that hand sanitizers containing technical-grade ethanol are being recalled from the Canadian market because they are not compliant with federal regulations and may pose a risk to your health. You can find the updated list from July 3rd here