Sexual Health

Sexual Health

Programming Information

We use an inclusive sex-positive approach to educate students on a variety of sexual health related topics to help them make informed choices. We focus on contraceptive use, healthy relationships, and sexually transmitted infections. When we are operational again, we would like to continue to offer safer sex supplies to students to promote the use of contraceptives through our Wellness Hub and online form.

Program Offerings

Tell us what kind of sexual health training that you would like to participate in FW 2020-21. Fill out the survey today.

Be sure to check out all our upcoming events.

Resources

Resource Description
AIDS & Sexual Health InfoLine and eChat Created by Toronto Public Health, free and confidential help from a counsellor that will provide the information needed about sexual health.

Blue Door Clinic: a walk-in clinic with a focus on HIV for people who don't have health insurance or immigration status in Canada. This clinic is located in Regent Park Community Health Centre and is open two Mondays a month from 9:30 AM-11:30 AM. For more information please call 647-730-3222.
City of Toronto- Sexual Health Clinics A listing of sexual health clinics across Toronto. You do not need a referral or OHIP coverage to visit a clinic.
Sex & U SexandU.ca takes a real-life approach to the questions and issues around sex and sexuality that matter most to Canadians.
Sexual Assault Survivor’s Support Line & Leadership - SASSL B 449, Student Centre (4th floor, around the corner from the elevator)
SASSL Office & Information Line:
416-736-2100 ext. 40345
Support Line: 416-650-8056
General Email: sassl@yorku.ca
The Centre for Sexual Violence Response Support and Education 301 York Lanes
416-736-5211 (24/7 hotline)
thecentre@yorku.ca