The Bay Centre for Birth Control clinic offers comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care for women in Ontario. Our confidential services include physical examination, counselling, information and referrals.
Our clinic also houses two specialized clinics:
The Bay Centre provides information, counselling and assessment for all methods of birth control, including:
We offer the following services related to reproductive health care:
We provide information on, and access to, the range of choices available to women. As part of this service, we also provide assessment and pre- and post-abortion counselling. For more information on abortion, including decision-making for unplanned pregnancies, types of abortion procedures and what to expect before and after a procedure, please visit our Women's Health Matters site by clicking here.
The Bay Centre is accredited by the National Abortion Federation. Go to www.prochoice.org to learn more about the National Abortion Federation.
The Bay Centre also offers a host of other sexual health services including:
The Bay Centre also offers a diagnostic colposcopy clinic for women who have been referred by their doctor.
No referral is required (except for a colposcopy appointment).
We strongly recommend that you make an appointment to see us. We will see drop-in clients until half an hour before the clinic closes, but only if time permits and staff are available.
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Bay Centre for Birth Control
790 Bay Street
(southwest corner of College and Bay)
Toronto, ON M5G 1N8
Tel. lines are open on weekdays from
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Hours of Service
Monday and Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
9 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Closed on public holidays and long weekends.
This clinic is wheelchair-acccessible.
We can provide services in both English and French.
Visit the Birth Control Health Centre on Women's Health Matters
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