At RaY’s Health Clinic, you can see a Nurse Practitioner for your medical needs. The clinic is located at RaY and, like the rest of RaY, is non-judgmental.
Anything you share with the Nurse Practitioner is entirely confidential.
Here are some of the things the Nurse Practitioner can help with:
Common cold, flu, or illness
Wounds, cuts, rashes
Pregnancy testing, birth control, prenatal care/postnatal care
STBBI testing (Sexually transmitted blood borne infections, also known as STI or STD)
Condoms, dental dams, and lube
Referrals and connections to additional medical services
General medical care or inquiries
Harm reduction supplies
Narcan (naloxone) kits and training
Transitioning and gender affirming care
Our Nurse Practitioner is available by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Speak to the Mental Health & Addictions team to make an appointment.
Do I Need an Appointment?
Yes. Appointments are necessary to see our Nurse Practitioner. To request an appointment, you can email us at email@example.com, call us at 204-783-5617 ext 203, or speak directly with a RaY staff member.
What Do I Need to Bring?
Just Yourself! If you have a health card or other information about your health, you can bring those, but the Nurse Practitioner can see you even if you don’t have them.
I don’t have my health card. Can I still use RaY’s clinic?
Yes! Staff can help you get a new health card, but in the meantime, we can still provide medical services. You will still need a health card to access care at other organizations.
I’m Trans, how can you help me?
At RaY, we are inclusive of all genders and non-judgmental. Our Nurse Practitioner can talk with you about what sort of care can best support your transition, while calling you by your preferred name and your pronouns.
Who can use RaY’s Health Clinic?
RaY’s health clinic is available to youth ages 0-29 who are connected with RaY’s services. If you are outside of these ages, you can receive primary care at Access Downtown, 640 Main Street.
RaY is committed to supporting all youth under the age of 30. This includes youth of all genders and sexualities.