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GTA Clinics Doing IUD Insertions & Sales

Clinics Selling and Inserting IUDs

Clinic Contact Info IUDs for Sale
Planned Parenthood Toronto 36B Prince Arthur Ave
416-961-0113
Mirena: $380
Jaydess: $306
Mona Lisa: $54-63
Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion.
Bay Centre for Birth Control 76 Grenville St
3rd Floor
416-351-3700
Mirena: $434.89 ($363)
Jaydess: $351.79 ($290)
Mona Lisa: $89.29 ($77.03)Prescriptions from or stamped by the Bay Centre for Birth Control qualify for the discount (as indicated in the brackets). Clinic will do insertion.
Hassle Free Clinic 66 Gerrard St East
2nd Floor
416-922-0566
Mona Lisa (5yr): $50
No drop-in’s. Assessment required before insertion. Minimum 2 appointments will be required.
Scarborough Sexual Health Clinic
Ages 15-24, low income, or STI/HIV-positive
Scarborough Town Centre
160 Borough Dr
416-338-7438
Liberté UT 380: $60
Mirena: Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion.
Birth Control & Sexual Health Centre 960 Lawrence Ave West
Suite 403
416-789-4541
Copper: $60
Liberté UT 380: $65
Mirena: Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion.
Immigrant Women’s Health Centre
Newcomers to Canada, refugees, or women of colour only
489 College St
Suite 200
416-323-9986
Mona Lisa: $60 (3-5yr), $70 (10yr)
Mirena: $375
Kaylena: $375No outside products allowed. Clinic will do insertion.
Care Clinic 960 Lawrence Ave. W, Suite 501 416-256-4139  Copper T, Jaydess, Mirena: $250-450

Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion.

 

Clinics Doing IUD Insertions Only

Clinic Contact Info IUD Insertion Procedure
Rexdale Youth Resources Centre
Youth 28 or under
The Albion Mall
1530 Albion Road, Unit 83
Etobicoke
416-741-8714
IUD assessments only. Clients will have their IUD inserted at the Rexdale Community Health Centre (listed below).
Rexdale Community Health Centre 8 Taber Rd.
Etobicoke
416-744-0066
No sales. Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion by appointment.
Anne Johnston Health Station 2398 Yonge St
416-486-8666
No sales. Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion by appointment.
The Jane Street Clinic 662 Jane St
416-338-7272
Press option 5, then select location.
No sales. Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion by appointment.
Crossways Clinic at Dundas West 2340 Dundas St. West
416-392-0999
Press option 5, then select location.
No sales. Buy at pharmacy with prescription, clinic will do insertion by appointment.

How do I get an IUD?

Before getting an IUD, you usually have to first get an assessment appointment that includes testing for infections. Most clinics are moving towards same-day assessment/insertion, butt some may require you to return to the clinic at a later date to have your IUD inserted. Call individual clinics for details. Some family doctors, nurse practitioners, or gynecologists may also insert IUDs.

Where can I go to get a prescription?

Please call ahead to the clinics listed above. Some clinics have restrictions on who they can see. For example, you may need to be under 30, you may already have to be a registered client of the clinic, or you may be added to their waitlist.

If you have questions about this topic, feel free to contact one of our peer educators. [Link]

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