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We are open 24/7/365  Valid ID required for entry

Steamworks works closely with Toronto Public Health and other community based organizations to be a partner in your sexual health. With these partners we offer a variety of on site testing, outreach and counseling.

Maggies Toronto Sex Worker's Action Project 


Testing & Outreach schedule:
Sundays 12:30am-2:30am
Last Monday of the Month 10pm-2a

Testing, outreach and counseling  FAQ

Q: What type of technologies does Maggies offer?

A: Maggies is one of Canada's oldest (by and for) sex worker support organizations. We are funded to perform HIV education and prevention work with those at most risk (gay men, people of colour, etc.). People attending Steamworks can obtain lube and condoms from us, as well as sexual health information, referrals and more information about Maggie's and the programming we offer

Q: Where can I get more information?
A: You can visit their
 website or visit them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Q: What type of outreach and counseling does ACT provide?
A. ACT’s Gay Men’s Outreach Program provides safer sex materials, sexual health and harm reduction

     information and referrals by peer outreach volunteers. Our volunteers are trained to provide HIV and STI       

     information about transmission, testing and treatment. They are also trained to provide harm reduction

     information and tips, handing out condom, lubes and literature with information that can empower gay men to

     make informed decisions when it comes to sexual health and risk.

 

Q: Where can I get more information?
A: For more information from ACT’s Gay Men’s Outreach Program contact: 416-340-8484 ext. 254 or visit

    their website.

Q: What type of outreach and counseling does Alliance of South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP) provide?

A: ASAAP provides information on sexual health and referrals to counseling, testing and other resources of

     information and support.

Q: Where can I get more information?
A: You can call (416) 599-2727 Ext: 227 or visit their
 website or on Facebook and Twitter.

Q: What type of outreach does Asian Community Aids Services (ACAS) provide Steamworks’ members?
A:  ACAS provides outreach at Steamworks by connecting to the patrons through friendly conversation with a

     Peer Outreach Worker and trained volunteers.  We offer pre/post counseling on sexual health (HIV, STIs,     

     testing, etc.) and also offer referrals to service organizations.

Q: Where can I get more information about ACAS?

A: ACAS is located at 260 Spadina Ave. Unit 410. Toronto,  Ont. You can also call (416) 963-4300 ext. 235 for

     Richard or ext. 236 for Daniel or visit us on our Tumblr page.

Steamworks Baths is committed to excellence in serving all customers including people with disabilities.