Integrated Screening and Prevention Services (ISPV)

The CIUSSS has a responsibility to provide access to screening for everyone in its territory.

For the general population, this access is provided by the front line, i.e., CLSCs, family medicine groups and sexual health clinics.

For young people, screening and other services are offered by youth clinics. Click  here for youth clinic hours and to book an appointment.

The ISPV clinic (Integrated Screening and Prevention Services) is a complementary measure that targets certain groups by offering adapted services. Its aim is to reach vulnerable clienteles at higher risk of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) and to offer screening, prevention, counseling, immunization and treatment.

Integrated Screening and Prevention Services (ISPV) are offered to certain groups of clients who are at greatest risk of being affected by sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBI). These groups are:

  • Troubled youths (street youths, for example)
  • Men who have sexual relations with men
  • People who inhale or inject drugs
  • People who are now incarcerated or have been incarcerated
  • People who come from a region where HIV infections are endemic
  • People from indigenous communities
  • Sex-trade workers
  • Transgender persons

If you do not have any symptoms, you can meet with an ISPV nurse who, after evaluating your risk factors, will provide appropriate counseling and screening. 

If you have one or more symptoms that may be linked to an STBI, please consult your doctor.

To make an appointment

 www.clicsante.caScreening and Treatment STBBIs Clinics option

514-731-8531, select the CLSC Métro option, then listen to the appointment options.

Clinic hours: The ISPV clinic is open by appointment only, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday.


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