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🚨 Important Notice: Temporary Closure on April 19, 2024 🚨 Please be advised that the NECHC Clinic, Dental Clinic, and administrative offices at 2131 Gottingen Street will be closed on Friday, April 19, 2024, due to essential maintenance. All services, including immunizations/vaccinations, foot care, chronic disease management, daily bloodwork clinics, and dental clinic services, will be temporarily unavailable. Provider and dental appointments will be conducted via phone. There will be no walk-in availability for social work or mental health services on this date. For urgent matters, please dial 9-1-1. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
What we do

Support for the health and well-being of the North End Community

Community Health Clinic Community Health Clinic
A full-service health clinic for residents living in the North End of Halifax.
What we do
What we do
Pause Mental Health Pause Mental Health
A mental health drop-in program where community members can access a 45 minutes counselling session on a first-come first-served basis.
Dental Clinic Dental Clinic
NECHC has three fully equipped dental suites where we offer regular visits to a licensed dental care provider, i.e. a dentist or dental hygienist.
Community Programs Community Programs
Fun and informative programs to help you on your health journey!
Supported Housing Supported Housing
We assist people to locate an appropriate, safe apartment of their choice and then provide ongoing, individualized support to help people to develop meaningful goals and enhanced independence.
Mobile Outreach Street Health (MOSH) Mobile Outreach Street Health (MOSH)
MOSH provides primary health care to people who are homeless, marginally housed and street-involved, with our specially-equipped clinic on wheels provides essential primary medical and mental health care.
Managed Alcohol Program Managed Alcohol Program
Starting in 2020, the North End Clinic began the Mobile Outreach Street Health (MOSH) Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) to help mitigated risks for community members with alcohol use disorder.

Strong Community, Healthy People.

Bringing Health Care Services to the HRM since 1971.