Covid-19 Information


We provide essential services to the most vulnerable members of our community. Please see our program calendar for more information about how to access food and community programs as well as a variety of online services. 

People attending our clinics and programs in person must be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination. At this time, clients and community members attending our health clinics, offices and programs must wear masks indoors. We continue to monitor the COVID situation in Toronto and will update our public health policies as the situation changes. Thank you for your cooperation!


Non Insured Walk In Clinic

Residents of the city with precarious immigration status can visit our Non Insured Walk In Clinic for free, confidential health care services on a first come, first served basis. Find more information about visiting our Non Insured Walk In Clinic.

Vaccine Engagement

Access Alliance’s Community Health Ambassadors (CHAs) participate in Vaccine Engagement activities and education in the Taylor Massey, Oakridge, Victoria Village, and East York Don Valley communities. CHAs also offer pop-up vaccine clinic support, appointment-booking support and vaccine-related information for residents. Contact us for more information.

How to get your COVID-19 vaccine certificate in Ontario

Please see our step-by-step guide for help completing the forms to get your COVID-19 vaccine certificate.

COVID-19 Free Testing Centres (City of Toronto)

If you feel any symptoms or believe you have been exposed to COVID- 19, please get tested at one of the City of Toronto’s Assessment Centres.  Appointments are required.

Other resources

COVID-19 resource list for families. Toronto Children’s Services, December 2020.

Searchable database of walk in clinics in Ontario that accept all patients, including non insured.