Speak Up. Be safer. Know your body. And know your choices.
The new Peel Public Health Clinic, Malton site is open!
On Wednesday June 18th the new Peel Public Health Clinic, Malton site opened at Westwood Square Mall, Lower Level, Unit B7, located at 7205 Goreway Drive, Mississauga. The previous clinic site located at 7330 Goreway Drive is now closed.
Healthy Sexuality, Needle-Exchange and Vaccine pick up services are all available at the new clinic location.
For further information please call 905-799-7700.
for the Malton clinic map and clinic hours
Peel Public Health is working to secure an appropriate space in South Mississauga in order to offer South Millway clinic clients the benefits of an updated clinic which will serve area residents and visitors.
While Peel Health staff continue to collaborate with partners to secure a new location, South Millway clients are encouraged to visit the Peel Public Health clinic located at the Meadowvale Town Centre. Healthy Sexuality client files have been re-located to the Meadowvale clinic and hours of service have been adjusted to accommodate additional visits.
The Meadowvale Town Centre clinic is located at 6975 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, Unit 3, Mississauga (from the South Millway location, clients can take Mississauga Transit bus route: #13 Northbound or #48 Northbound.) Bus tickets will be provided to South Millway clients attending alternate clinic locations.
Clients are also welcome to visit Peel Public Health's other four Healthy Sexuality Clinics.
South Millway Needle Exchange clients are encouraged to call or text the Peel Works Needle Exchange Program Mobile Van at 647-225-1623.
For clinic hours of operation or to book an appointment, contact the clinic directly:
Healthy sexuality is more than just having sex. Itâ€™s about communicating, accepting and giving love and affection; itâ€™s about excercising your sexual rights; and itâ€™s about discussing your feelings and values.
Itâ€™s also about physical and emotional needs, pleasure and fulfillment and self-image and respect.
Like your body and your feelings, your sexuality belongs to YOU.
Making wise and informed choices, taking care of your reproductive
health and accepting and expressing your sexual identity are all vital to
staying sexually healthy throughout your life.
Peel Public Healthâ€™s Healthy Sexuality Program, together with individuals and groups, helps to promote a sexually healthy community in Peel. Our services include sexual health clinics, community outreach and a Sexual Health Information Line.
Wednesday October 01 2014