Health Card Kiosk and Identification Replacement Clinic

Identification is necessary to apply for subsidized housing and income assistance programs (such as Ontario Works), receive appropriate health care and access many other programs and services in Canada.

The health card kiosk and identification replacement clinic is a joint partnership with Street Health Community Nursing Foundation and Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Hosted on the fourth Wednesday of every month, this clinic helps homeless people replace lost, stolen or damaged identification - usually within 3-6 weeks.

Staff from Ministry Of Health are on site to process health card applications. Staff from Street Health are available to process birth certificates, ‘record of landing’ (ROL) documents and social insurance number cards for homeless people.


465 Dundas Street East


Every fourth Wednesday of the month from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Areas We Serve

South of Bloor, north of Lake Ontario, west of the Don River, east of Yonge Street


Calvin Henschell