Our Clinic Sites

The Aids Network

140 King St East, lower level
A space for people who have or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

Canadian Mental Health Association Primary Health Care Clinic

131 John St. South
A non-profit community mental health agency which provides services to adults with serious mental illness.

Good Shepherd Health Clinic

82 Stinson St.
A multi-purpose clinic serving many different groups of people. This is also the headquarters for our Shelter Health Network clinic coordinator.

Good Shepherd Men’s Centre

135 Mary St.
A men’s shelter in downtown Hamilton.

The Hamilton Clinic

Provides support and counseling to those struggling with addictions of all types, including opioids, stimulants and alcohol.

Men’s Addiction Services Hamilton

Mission Services

325 James St. North
A men’s shelter in downtown Hamilton.

Notre Dame

A 24-hour emergency shelter and multi-agency resource centre for homeless and street-involved youth aged 16 to 21 years.

Salvation Army Booth Centre

94 York Blvd
A men’s shelter in downtown Hamilton.

Vanier Towers

95 Hess St. South

A city housing building and site of a Community Hub – a central access point for many health and social services.

Wayside House

15 Charlton Ave. West
A long-term residential addiction treatment program for men.

Wesley Special Care Unit

A residential harm reduction program for men and women living with alcoholism.

Wesley Street Health Clinic

195 Ferguson Ave. North
A drop-in centre where homeless people can access housing help, meals, harm reduction supplies and health care.


431 Whitney Ave.
A residential addiction treatment facility for women, as well as an emergency shelter and withdrawal management service.

Women’s Services

30 Pearl St. North


A women’s shelter in Hamilton.

Youth Wellness Centre

38 James St South
A community hub for youth services.

YWCA Hamilton

75 MacNab St. South
A multi-service, community based organization providing programs and services for women and girls. YWCA has a transitional living program for homeless women.