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Please note that any COVID-19 coronavirus updates will be posted on the main page of this website.

Please note that the last clinic for 2019 will be on Monday December 23 in Stratford. Clinic will restart in 2020 on Jan. 6 according to our new schedule which includes expanded hours on Wednesdays in Seaforth from 10:30-12:30 and 1:00-4:00.

Please welcome Dr. Jill Chettiar, a second year family medicine resident with a special interest in the treatment of addiction. She will be joining our clinic team every 2 weeks for the next several months beginning in October 2019.

Anyone who is interested in becoming a client is encouraged to call as at (226) 455-2165. New clients must call ahead of time to schedule an appointment and begin treatment. We will no longer be accepting walk-ins due to time constraints. Any existing clients who are not seen for 4 weeks will be deemed to be discharged and will need to call to book a new appointment.

It is expected that all patients attend their appointments as outlined in the agreement. If you are unable to attend you must notify the clinic via email or telephone call.

Please be mindful of noise levels and language as we share our space with other health care professionals and their clients.

Our contact info:

http://huronperthclinic.org
email@huronperthclinic.org
226-455-2165

As of Jun 11, 2016, the program has expanded to Perth County. In Perth, we are hosted by the West End Pharmacy at 426 Huron Street in Stratford. Clinic hours are 12:30 - 4:00 on Monday and Thursday, by appointment. Please call (226) 455-2165 to book a time. In Huron, we continue to be hosted by the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance Mental Health Services at 28 Centennial Drive in Seaforth.  Clinic hours are 12:30 - 4:00 on Wednesday.  Follow-up visits are first come, first served.  New clients require an appointment.  Please call (226) 455-2165 to book a time. See the location pages for further information.

Naloxone kits are available for emergency overdose treatment at our clinic locations without a prescription. You can also talk to your pharmacist or Choices for Change or your local public health unit for other access options.