ATTENTION: Casey House is under COVID-19 restrictions, please read carefully
Day health program: as of Mon June 22 open for scheduled individual appointments; clients required to undergo screening to enter building. In-person group activities, including lunch, continue to be on hold. Some sessions are being conducted virtually. If you are a Casey House client requiring support call (416) 962-7600 to arrange food and harm reduction supply delivery, seek support, or arrange regular check-ins. Phone is answered Mon-Fri, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Inpatient program: operational, visitors not permitted (limited exceptions), intake unchanged
Harm reduction supplies: distribution at 119 Isabella remains unchanged
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Casey House is Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people with HIV/AIDS. In 1988, the disease was stigmatized, and so were the people who lived with it. Fear ran so deep that Casey House’s first patient was delivered to the door by a team of medics wearing hazmat suits. He was greeted by Casey House with an embrace. It was the first time he’d been touched in months.
Casey House is still one of the few places where people with HIV/AIDS can seek care without judgement. We are more than a place that saves lives, we are a place that speaks up, shines understanding through compassion, and empowers our clients to get better. We make our clients’ humanity more visible than their disease. We warmly welcome you to Casey House.